Solasa and Making More Health reach out to elderly in the slums

Our local partner Solasa NGO is located in the 2nd biggest slum in Kenya, called Langas in Eldoret. Together, we have engaged a lot to help the most needy people during the last weeks when Covid 19 has led to a complete lockdown even in the slums. In the past we have been working together…

Listen to Voices from the slums in Eldoret

In the past months, together with our local NGO partner SOLASA we from Making More Health have supported people living in the slums of Langas in Eldoret, Kenya. The COVID crises and lockdown has taken away a lot of informal jobs and has led to a high uncertainty among the population. People stay without any…

Drinking water issues in Homabay – water purifiers urgently needed

The situation of the people in Homabay who have lost their homes due to the floods of the past weeks is critical. Willis, a local climate change ambassador explains how the situation looks at the moment. Just watch this Video. With the donations of some employees we could provide some support for clean drinking water….

Floods, hunger, displacements eclipse COVID19

(For German Version scroll down) In Kenya, the situation is very critical. Not just because of COVID19 and the high infection rate that might not even be measurable due to a lack of testing. Not just because of missing masks and protection measurements, not because of missing hospital structures. But also because of a huge…

“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…

Raising awareness at schools about albinism

Chris, my local social worker visited schools in Bungoma county in Western Kenya. Here we run a lot of projects with farmers and people with albinism. Chris went also to the schools where our children with Albinism learn and had staff meetings and discussions with teachers on how to handle children with Albinism. Some basic…