This focus area will seek to reduce the existing epilepsy treatment gap by facilitating universal access to affordable, sustainable and comprehensive quality health care;

Currently we have 3 owned and 26 affiliated epilepsy Clinics and by 2020 we aim to have 80 Epilepsy Clinic

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Health Care-New clinics Launched in 2016

KAWE have been working hard to support health care in Kenya by prioritising the effort to reduce the epilepsy treatment [...]

Towards a Seizure free Refugee Camp.

Continuing Medical Education (CME) is one way that KAWE fights epilepsy. With an invitation from The Kenya Red Cross, [...]