Project #2137

Provide Health Care to Sick Women in Kenya

by S A C R E N A

We have given out medication to basic illnesses like malaria, cholera, and coughs. We were able to purchase 100 mosquito nets. Single mothers were able to get referral cards for the clinics. We were able to provide clean water for the community with women carrying water with jars 6 kilometers from Oyugis-Othoro markets. We did focus one outreach activity with dancing troup, puppeteers, comedy, and fun. We had the community elder. We have a community donated land already BUT we need friends to help us put up a women rescue Shelter “What SACRENA is doing to these women makes every traditional woman in Africa proud to get medicine alongside food and I want to be a member so that I start same for men “James Odero Village Elder who donated the3 hectors piece of land-Oyugis Village. When we have activity to give subsidy through your support, many women numbering 200-1000 gather to get medications for opportunistic infections. Arrange of older grannies with problems from teeth, eye, mental, stomach and joints problems. So we need more medications and volunteers to and dedicated medical practisoners. SACRENA took one woman-Rose Anyango to the Medical College to help after finishing the training to be a clinician based at the office so that we normally have two day in a week medical check-up for women. We need clinical equipments. Working closely with Kenyan Ministry of Healthe and other service provides at the district level and referrals. Women projects in our community needs more support because if you treat a woman you treat the whole community. If a woman is happy the village is happy-Anonymous beneficiary who came for the services. We have challenges of low donor’s contribution and need for encouragement. We have experience that once a woman is empowered she can reach the world, if given a chance she can change the world. We can wait to see women die of preventable illnesses.No! We will join and take the hand of a woman and feel with her. Time is ending and with your contribution we Can and Yes we can make women succeed. Need of market for the beautiful hand made-African products, where to share there feelings and making friendship with fellow women a cross the globe, women foundations, volunteers and donors. Communicate with us and lets us know what you thinks. Our email: more consider visiting us in Kenya. Welcome and thank you for your contributions and donations. We count on you. We love you. Greetings from women here.

When we asked you to help as women we didnt just sit down and waited help from you.As we asked you we were also working with our hands.little support we got from you to help us get treatment of opportunity illness and major like malaria,diarrhea,Aids,cancer and problems of after birth to go to hospital and get mosquito nets,we also needed to have clean water,and also get capital to bust our hand and craft workshop.All we needed is topping up by getting just little support to help us get more materials and capital so that when we make these lovely African products then we ask you for market outside Kenya in USA and UK and any other country you came from. As women we believe we can!and when we are given opportunity we can change the world for we are the mother ,sisters and the leaders of tomorrow.

Today because of your support we can now take 2 women to vocational trainings for dress making and tailoring we need to take other 5.So your small donations can help sponsoring one woman at a time.To do this a little of 1000 USD can sponsor all the 5 and also help but two tailoring machines for the 2 ladies.

We also request you to enrolemany people you know to helpthis project.We need donors like you to help us build office and shed where we can make our products in a do this you can make a donation becouse we nee your help one 500 USD will go towards building this shed.

We can sell our products here for no buyers and no interest as you know Africa for Africa we need access through you to penetrate the world and sell our with idea.We encourage you to email us and telephone us.Our teenage mothers also have a football soccer clubs of U15 years and U17 years of age to help us overcame stress and not to be bored . and we are the champions in Kenya.

Glenna Smith who is a donor says."What women in Kenya are doing are recommendable and we should get better wars of supporting and sponsoring them more.

Alice Ouma who is one of the beneficiaries helped after post election with food says"when fellow women get small amount of money from donors in America and abroad they help see today i can slime and look at my small baby...;life changed.I need someone to help me get small capital to start selling fish along Lake Victoria.If i get 500 USD i will thank God So Much"

I would like you to came and see how we are changing lives with you little generous donations.

See picture samples of our products and make a request for more and shipments. Kindly also visit our project sports page:www.sacrena,

Let me hear feedback!

women lining at the counseling camp.
women lining at the counseling camp.

During the Kenyan's disputed elections hundrends of thousands of women were raped,contacted sexually trasmitted diseases,some phycologically touched.They need attention to basic urgent treatments and provisions of access to reduced low cost health care.In additional to this, women in Africa are volunarable,poor and with no one to pay for their insurance medical cover.Getting a meal a day is the biggest problem and assume you are on drugs and no food....dangerous problem,need of clean water and prevent more water born and infections.

In this regard,we are on the ground for this women;

1)Offering Community Counselling to 240 women.We had also daigonstic tests for the pared women and formen the 20 group therahies in local 10 villages. 2)Conducting awerenesness campaing against women and gender violence. 3)Visiting the Homes of Women with cancer,Aids,Pregnacy Complication,and vited also parrlised women as aresult of rape and other tretable illeness. 4)walking acroos the poor villages l within the community homes and identifing every home where we shall dig water wells for evry woman. 5)We are working with the Community radio Stations,TV station and the Goverment structures to assist with volunteers and publicity for the medical camp meetings. 6)Setting up a drop in center at SACRENA center for women to come an visit the volunterr doctor for treaments of opportunistic inffcetions e.g Malaria,diareh,TB,Sexually trasmitted inffections and provisons of fre Antirival drugs for Aids patients.

Recommndations: 1)Urgent attentions for community medical camp and more couseling(recruting additional volunteers to handle the number. 2)Provisions of malaria mosqutor nets to avoid malaria. 3)Volunteers to deliver health care servicesservices 4)Facilitaions and getting resource of the well digging,purchase of nets,medications and referals.

I encourage you to spread the word and directly Communicate to us!

offring support to rapoed women
offring support to rapoed women
medical camps
medical camps

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Location: Kisumu - Kenya
Project Leader:
Wycliffe Mboya
Team Leader
Kisumu,Lake Victoria, Nyanza Kenya

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