As we announced in our last report, the Kamili Centre was proud to received an award from The United Nations Inter-Agency Task Force on the Prevention and Control of Non-Communicable Diseases
“for their achievements in providing community mental health care services and commitment to battling the stigma associated with mental health”.
As part of this award, Kamili recently developed 'The Kamili Model' - a best practise framework for providing holistic mental health care to their patients. The model, after being perfected was launched on 1st February 2022 and will be an incredible tool for training nurses and existing staff.
Developing assets for future nurses
This has been a major milestone for Kamili, as this resource will be long continue to be a training asset for future nurses joining the training program. It is also testament to the position of Kamili as a thought leader in the field, and whose influence spreads right across the country. Despite setbacks and difficulties from the pandemic, Kamili continue to train nurses and provide outreach mental health care to thousands of people.
New outreach clinic being developed in Siaya County
One scholarship training nurse recently completed his training, and two more are shortly to follow which means that the team are looking to develop better mental health care and facilities in the Siaya County. This week the team visited Siaya to take further steps in creating high quality care. They are well on their way!
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