At KAWE, we are always working at improving our delivery, methods. One way is by continuing to learn new ways of doing things.

For us to be effective in providing health care, manage the epilepsy knowledge we disseminate and maintain better partnerships as a significant influencer, we take great care to develop KAWE as an institution.

One way we do this is by ensuring our workforce possess up- to- date skills to help them carry out their given assignments.

RECENT NEWS

Help a Child with Epilepsy Stay in School

As Kenya Association for the Welfare of People with Epilepsy (KAWE), we are seeking to raise 600,000 Kenya Shillings (USD [...]

KAWE Launches its 2016-2020 Strategic Plan in a new office.

Friday 29th July 2016 was a special day for KAWE as we launched our new modern office at a cocktail [...]

Institutional Development: Benefiting from e-learning

In the month of October , KAWE’s Programme Coordinator Ms Rosemary Gathara attended an e-learning course facilitated by YETU e-learning. [...]

We Have Moved!

A great Send off for 2015

2015 has ended well for us here at KAWE, and a rather busy year we’ve had. We have conducted trainings [...]