Africa covers 6% of the earth’s total surface area and 20% of the total land area. It has been the fastest-growing part of the world in internet connectivity and use of mobile phones with digital access. BandaGo, which runs on these digital networks, helps medical clinics deliver the right treatment right away.
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Last week, I had the pleasure of hosting three members of the team from Cana Family Health Care Center – one of our clients – at our home in Kijabe. Cana has been switching over to Banda from paper.
I am old enough to know now that, behind all the sweet stories and pageants of this holiday season, there is a Christmas story reality that gets some people to give up their plans for finding peace and security in life and pursue something bigger but less comfortable.
– and you are a real, licensed healthcare provider trying to take care of your patients.
The Mukuru slum is home to over half a million people. Walking down Mukuru’s dirt streets, you see people everywhere — shopping, visiting, working, eating, and sleeping. The lively atmosphere is not necessarily what you would expect to see in an underprivileged living settlement.
A child’s terrified cry rings out at 6 a.m. in the poor, high-rise community of Builders outside Nairobi, Kenya. Residents rush to their laundry-strewn balconies to locate the source of the scream, already knowing what happened: another child has fallen from one of the balconies onto the dirt road below.
A Young Dentist on a Mission to Establish Herself in Nairobi By Natalie Walters Subscribe to our newsletter Linda standing outside of JoLynn Dental Clinic. “JoLynn”
Elizabeth was working part-time in a hospital in Nairobi while completing her gynecology residency when she realized she wanted to do something more to help her community. But to do it right, she needed her sister, Lorna. Together, they opened the new St. Catherine of Sienna medical center just outside of Nairobi.
The first thing I noticed at Community Health Partners Health Center in Narok, about three hours outside of Nairobi, was the beautiful Maasai patients sitting on a single, wooden bench outside the clinic.