Join Us for an Evening of Film and Music
Kubatana Marimba Southwest band will perform in concert and the award winning film, Mbeti, The Road to Kisesini will be shown on Saturday, November 1, at the South Broadway Cultural Center, 1025 Broadway Blvd. SE, from 7-9:30 pm. Tickets are $10 in advance, $12 at the door. Kids are free. Benefits to Global Health Partnerships and Tariro, providing health and hope for Zimbabwe’s orphans. Please join us for a night of fun!
We have changed the lives of this child and his entire family!
Alex Wambua is a 3 year old child, the fourth born in a family of 5 children. Alex’s family lives in a 2 room house made with homemade bricks and mud. For livestock they only have 6 chickens. They buy what food they can from a nearby shop. The father is a laborer and the mother is a homemaker.
Alex, a beautiful, bright boy, was born with club feet. He has never been able to walk normally and had no hopes of doing so without the help and generosity of GHP donors.
Thanks to your donations, Alex was able to undergo surgical treatment at the Kijabe Hospital near Nairobi. When seen for his 2 month follow-up and cast removal, his feet look great. Alex must work a few months more to build up the bone density in his heels, but soon he will be walking normally. GHP has changed the future of Alex and his whole family.
Global Health Partnerships (GHP) is a non-profit organization of medical professionals and other volunteers who work in Kenya as partners with local community organizations and health care providers to improve the health and well being of the poor and marginalized.
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In Kenya we support primary health care and prevenion of llness for approximately 35,000 very poor people with an emphasis on improving the health and survival of young children.
We provide direct medical services, deliver medical supplies and equipment, and provide training to local community health providers. We support outreach clinics for the very isolated.
We support a life-saving ambulance that is critical to the transportation of surgial, medical, and obstetrical emergencies. Without this ambulance, emergency services would simply be out of reach for the 35,000 people we serve.
We support full time obstetrical services, delivered by three wonderful Kenya nurses. These services will soon be delivered in our new maternity center.
Needs In Kenya
Funds to cover the costs of medicine, supplies, and emergency transportation. Furnishings, including beds and medical equipment, for the new maternity center. Funds to continue educational programs for the Community Health Workers who extend our medical mission to the very isolated. Donate now.