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

RECENT NEWS

Keep a child with Epilepsy in School

With support from Global Giving online fundraising, we  have been able to support eight school going kids on expensive medication [...]

‘Life is Beautiful’

‘Life is beautiful.’ That is this year’s theme for the International Epilepsy Day  in Kenya this year, because no matter [...]

KAWE Support Group Meeting

The long awaited KAWE support group meeting took place on 2nd December 2017. This was the first meeting for the [...]