Inauguration of the 2nd MMH Center in Western Kenya

Two days back we inaugurated our 2nd Making More Health House in Western Kenya, this time in Eldoret in the Langas slum. The inauguration started with a procession throughout the slum, with a lot of singing and dancing. At the MMH Solasa center some women gave us a nice first welcome, followed by many representations…

Quinn wins: From a marginalized life to a caretaker

Quinn has a brother and a sister, all living with the condition of albinism. She is 45 years old, single mother and lives together with her child and sister in a rural village close to Webuye. “Life has been very hard for us. As children no one wanted to play with us. Never anybody from…

Hydroponic farming – an interesting topic to many people

The group of 20 students comprised some of our MMH volunteers from our people with albinism communities, teachers, religious leaders, community group leaders, Some of our Making More Health Lastmile personnel, police officers and also the national administrator -chief. A Medical social worker from the hospital joined, as well. The reason? Yesterday, the first hydroponic…

Artemisia packing in the Making More Health house and first planting result

Recently, in the Making More Health house and in 4 more locations in Western Kenya our Artemisia farming training has started. Some of the of trained people from our albinism communities, but also other smallholder farmers have already started and the first results are visible. the Artemisia plants are fragile and continuous care is needed….

Our Making More Health Center in Webuye, Kenya is growing

The construction works in our Making More Health Center in Webuye are going on. Only a few months have passend since we inaugurated the first buildings, a training hall for health and hygiene sessions and a production room for e.g. soap. We have started to run a lot of different training sessions for the communities,…

Also we celebrated Christmas – for the first time!

This is our Making More Health house in Webuye, West Kenya where since a few weeks our community for people with albinism meets regularly for vocational trainings, for health awareness programs and just for staying together. A few days before Christmas our community decided that they wanted to celebrate Christmas together. here in the Making…