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…

When rain takes it all…

Covid, poverty, floods – which is the most difficult one? In the middle of our hygiene activities project in Mukuru Slums in Nairobi, it’s not just the virus that creates a lot of challenges. It’s poverty, too. And it’s floods. Just imagine you live in the slums with a few things sitting in your small…

They are made to shine – join our live session on 13 June

Made To Shine” is the theme for this year’s International Albinism Awareness Day (13 June 2020). The theme was chosen to celebrate the achievements and successes of persons with albinism worldwide. As the UN states: “It is also a call to stand in solidarity with people with albinism through their challenges. In this unprecedented time,…

Why HOPE for the young generation in the slums makes a difference!

If there is hope, the sky is the limit! Francis Gikufu, a social entrepreneur, has grown up himself in the slums of Nairobi. After some very difficult years as a young adoloscent he got support and learned on how to make real impact happen – for himself first and from there he started to engage…

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…