Two worlds – same planet

That’s our world – We hope that restaurants can re-open soon, that the days with work and children at home will end soon. We hope that the economic loss will not be too big and our standards will not change. And that our holidays will be possible – what if not? But it will get…

The rainy season makes it even more challenging

It’s rainy season in Kenya. A lot of mud and humidity- especially in the rural areas. Many people are sick. It’s high season for cough and cold as well as other infectious diseases. The situation has never been good. With the Corona virus spreading around the situation is dramatic. Huge challenges for elderly and differently…

If you care for us we have a little of hope to survive

“I had to make some stands for mounting the vessels. I educate them about personal hygiene and handwashing procedures as well as other ways of preventing the covid.19. I told them about the need for safety and keeping distance.” In our Making More Health communities – farmer cooperatives, villages and neighbors, especially the elderly- we…

Our school – a hygiene hub in crisis times

In the last months under the umbrella of Making More Health we have finalized the first building block for a school in Bungoma county. The inauguration was planned for end of March. But now this has been postponed. At school 750 students and their families around benefit from the new infrastructure which includes also hygienic…

Our people with albinism construct desks for our school

„Yes, I received the donation and by yesterday already 5 desks were ready, built by our community with people with albinism. Thanks to your employees who made this possible”, said Chris, our local partner and social worker from Ampath/GASAAP in Webuye, a town in Bungoma county in Western Kenya. There is a lot of energy…

“Sun lotion chicken“ for our people in Kenya

This week the people with Albinism who are in our Making More Health community received some chicken. This will help them to generate some income. The days before they got some training on how to make sure that the chicken are treated in the right way and how to grow them. The poultry is an…

Trainings at Kenyan school with students and parents started

Two days ago, parents of the school in Kibisi (Western rural Kenya), have been trained on safety in their homes and on the importance of maintaining cleanliness at home to make more health happen. These parents are the parents of about 750 students visiting a very old school in a very bad condition which we…