Fight against childhood killer diseases boosted in four African countries
Rotary International, Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation and World Vision will collectively contribute 300 million U.S. Dollars to strengthen community health systems
By 20 days ago
Fight against childhood killer diseases boosted in four African countries
Floppy infant syndrome: Do your baby's muscles seem weak?
When a baby begins to lose their muscle tone and it feels like they are slipping right through your fingers, the problem could be a sign of the floppy baby or floppy infant syndrome.
By 1 month ago
Floppy infant syndrome: Do your baby's muscles seem weak?
'My mother had to live on the streets to protect me'
When Rahab Keranga hit one and a half years, she began getting paralysed, and could no longer walk, or even play with her friends and siblings. She was diagnosed with polio.
By 1 month ago
'My mother had to live on the streets to protect me'
Paediatrician: Teething is normal, diarrhoea is not
Teething is a normal developmental process where the tooth erupts from its crypt to pass through the gum to the oral cavity.
By 1 month ago
Paediatrician: Teething is normal, diarrhoea is not
World Vision launches 'ENOUGH' campaign to tackle hunger, malnutrition in Kenya
According to the 2023 Global Hunger Index (GHI) Kenya ranked at the 90th position of the 125 countries with sufficient data to calculate the Global Hunger Index. This is a grim ranking.
By 1 month ago
World Vision launches 'ENOUGH' campaign to tackle hunger, malnutrition in Kenya
Why women aren't lining up for life-saving screening, vaccine
Cervical cancer is the leading cause of cancer mortality in Kenya with an estimated 3,200 deaths in 2020 according to the National Institutes of Health.
By 1 month ago
Why women aren't lining up for life-saving screening, vaccine
Medics warn police boss after picketing orders
Koome had issued a statement warning medics against inconveniencing members of the public through their demonstrations.
By 2 months ago
Medics warn police boss after picketing orders
Young environmentalist working with schools to conserve environment
Wanjira has also been working with the county government and the national government in river clean-ups in an initiative dubbed Adopt-a-river, in collaboration with UNEP.
By 2 months ago
Young environmentalist working with schools to conserve environment
Ruto going against KK manifesto, unions say
KMPDU Secretary General Davji Bhimji Atella on Monday claimed that it is clear the government has refused to address perennial ills ailing the health sector.
By 2 months ago
Ruto going against KK manifesto, unions say
School water tank projects quench learners', families' thirst
For the pupils of Kithiani school, the story is changing for the better because the school now has a 10,000-litre water tank.  
By 3 months ago
School water tank projects quench learners', families' thirst
Learning new skills to keep poverty, dependence at bay
Women have used killed they have learned to save and borrow loans to buy raw materials for their small businesses and also to cater for other household needs.
By 3 months ago
Learning new skills to keep poverty, dependence at bay
Students create robot to help them with chores
The Lobster is a robot created by a group of students to collect litter around the school compound.
By 3 months ago
Students create robot to help them with chores
Second chance for Covid-19 teen moms
Life has not been easy for these teen moms, and they admit that their lives will never be the same should they get another opportunity to get back to class.
By 4 months ago
Second chance for Covid-19 teen moms
Does your baby really have colic? Here's how you can tell
Dr Peninah Musyoka, a Pediatrician at Machakos Children’s Clinic says a mother should check her baby to identify why the baby is crying because perhaps the baby is unwell or has pain.
By 5 months ago
Does your baby really have colic? Here's how you can tell
Watch your child's teeth this festive season
The festive season is here and it comes with its treats, especially for children who enjoy every single drop of soft drinks, sweets, cakes and all sorts of sugary snacks.
By 5 months ago
Watch your child's teeth this festive season
Spending time with the elderly? Check their medications
While catching up with the elderly and finding out how they are faring, it is important to inquire and check what drugs they are on especially those with chronic diseases.
By 5 months ago
Spending time with the elderly? Check their medications
Fight against childhood killer diseases boosted in four African countries
Rotary International, Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation and World Vision will collectively contribute 300 million U.S. Dollars to strengthen community health systems
By 20 days ago
Fight against childhood killer diseases boosted in four African countries
Floppy infant syndrome: Do your baby's muscles seem weak?
When a baby begins to lose their muscle tone and it feels like they are slipping right through your fingers, the problem could be a sign of the floppy baby or floppy infant syndrome.
By 1 month ago
Floppy infant syndrome: Do your baby's muscles seem weak?
'My mother had to live on the streets to protect me'
When Rahab Keranga hit one and a half years, she began getting paralysed, and could no longer walk, or even play with her friends and siblings. She was diagnosed with polio.
By 1 month ago
'My mother had to live on the streets to protect me'
Paediatrician: Teething is normal, diarrhoea is not
Teething is a normal developmental process where the tooth erupts from its crypt to pass through the gum to the oral cavity.
By 1 month ago
Paediatrician: Teething is normal, diarrhoea is not
World Vision launches 'ENOUGH' campaign to tackle hunger, malnutrition in Kenya
According to the 2023 Global Hunger Index (GHI) Kenya ranked at the 90th position of the 125 countries with sufficient data to calculate the Global Hunger Index. This is a grim ranking.
By 1 month ago
World Vision launches 'ENOUGH' campaign to tackle hunger, malnutrition in Kenya
Why women aren't lining up for life-saving screening, vaccine
Cervical cancer is the leading cause of cancer mortality in Kenya with an estimated 3,200 deaths in 2020 according to the National Institutes of Health.
By 1 month ago
Why women aren't lining up for life-saving screening, vaccine
Medics warn police boss after picketing orders
Koome had issued a statement warning medics against inconveniencing members of the public through their demonstrations.
By 2 months ago
Medics warn police boss after picketing orders
Young environmentalist working with schools to conserve environment
Wanjira has also been working with the county government and the national government in river clean-ups in an initiative dubbed Adopt-a-river, in collaboration with UNEP.
By 2 months ago
Young environmentalist working with schools to conserve environment
Ruto going against KK manifesto, unions say
KMPDU Secretary General Davji Bhimji Atella on Monday claimed that it is clear the government has refused to address perennial ills ailing the health sector.
By 2 months ago
Ruto going against KK manifesto, unions say
School water tank projects quench learners', families' thirst
For the pupils of Kithiani school, the story is changing for the better because the school now has a 10,000-litre water tank.  
By 3 months ago
School water tank projects quench learners', families' thirst
Learning new skills to keep poverty, dependence at bay
Women have used killed they have learned to save and borrow loans to buy raw materials for their small businesses and also to cater for other household needs.
By 3 months ago
Learning new skills to keep poverty, dependence at bay
Students create robot to help them with chores
The Lobster is a robot created by a group of students to collect litter around the school compound.
By 3 months ago
Students create robot to help them with chores
Second chance for Covid-19 teen moms
Life has not been easy for these teen moms, and they admit that their lives will never be the same should they get another opportunity to get back to class.
By 4 months ago
Second chance for Covid-19 teen moms
Does your baby really have colic? Here's how you can tell
Dr Peninah Musyoka, a Pediatrician at Machakos Children’s Clinic says a mother should check her baby to identify why the baby is crying because perhaps the baby is unwell or has pain.
By 5 months ago
Does your baby really have colic? Here's how you can tell
Watch your child's teeth this festive season
The festive season is here and it comes with its treats, especially for children who enjoy every single drop of soft drinks, sweets, cakes and all sorts of sugary snacks.
By 5 months ago
Watch your child's teeth this festive season
Spending time with the elderly? Check their medications
While catching up with the elderly and finding out how they are faring, it is important to inquire and check what drugs they are on especially those with chronic diseases.
By 5 months ago
Spending time with the elderly? Check their medications
Fight against childhood killer diseases boosted in four African countries
Rotary International, Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation and World Vision will collectively contribute 300 million U.S. Dollars to strengthen community health systems
By 20 days ago
Fight against childhood killer diseases boosted in four African countries
Floppy infant syndrome: Do your baby's muscles seem weak?
When a baby begins to lose their muscle tone and it feels like they are slipping right through your fingers, the problem could be a sign of the floppy baby or floppy infant syndrome.
By 1 month ago
Floppy infant syndrome: Do your baby's muscles seem weak?
'My mother had to live on the streets to protect me'
When Rahab Keranga hit one and a half years, she began getting paralysed, and could no longer walk, or even play with her friends and siblings. She was diagnosed with polio.
By 1 month ago
'My mother had to live on the streets to protect me'
Paediatrician: Teething is normal, diarrhoea is not
Teething is a normal developmental process where the tooth erupts from its crypt to pass through the gum to the oral cavity.
By 1 month ago
Paediatrician: Teething is normal, diarrhoea is not
World Vision launches 'ENOUGH' campaign to tackle hunger, malnutrition in Kenya
According to the 2023 Global Hunger Index (GHI) Kenya ranked at the 90th position of the 125 countries with sufficient data to calculate the Global Hunger Index. This is a grim ranking.
By 1 month ago
World Vision launches 'ENOUGH' campaign to tackle hunger, malnutrition in Kenya
Why women aren't lining up for life-saving screening, vaccine
Cervical cancer is the leading cause of cancer mortality in Kenya with an estimated 3,200 deaths in 2020 according to the National Institutes of Health.
By 1 month ago
Why women aren't lining up for life-saving screening, vaccine
Medics warn police boss after picketing orders
Koome had issued a statement warning medics against inconveniencing members of the public through their demonstrations.
By 2 months ago
Medics warn police boss after picketing orders
Young environmentalist working with schools to conserve environment
Wanjira has also been working with the county government and the national government in river clean-ups in an initiative dubbed Adopt-a-river, in collaboration with UNEP.
By 2 months ago
Young environmentalist working with schools to conserve environment
MoH takes heat from senators over new SHIF rollout
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