Project alpha is one of our first and longest projects creating sensitization on cancers. this year we will be doing a third edition of the annual project alpha photo x video shoot where we intend to bring on board some of the best photographers and videographers in Kenya together with young people to one venue to talk about art and cancer. We are continuously using innovative ways to get to the youth and to get to them with relevant health messages.


The event was held with the biggest turn out yet of young people who cane to learn about various cancers through art, photography and fashion.

Recognizing the early warning signs of cancer for adolescents and young adults is key to timely treatment and the best outcomes for these young patients.


The most common signs of cancer in young people aged 15–25 are:


  • Unexplained and persistent pain that doesn’t go away with painkillers. The pain can be experienced anywhere in or on the body.
  • An unexplained lump, bump or swelling, which can appear anywhere on or in your body such in your bones, joints, muscles, neck, armpits, groin or stomach.
  • Significant weight loss not related to exercise or dieting.
  • Extreme tiredness or chronic fatigue.
  • Fever or high temperature that persists for a number of weeks. This could include night sweats.
  • Changes in a mole.
  • Nagging, unrelieved headaches that may also cause blurred or double vision or make the patient feel unsteady or unable to think clearly.



Lets change lives

Let’s save lives


REMEMBER-if you want to support Stowelink Inc and our various projects, if you want collaborations with us or if you want to reach us you can reach us directly through the following contact addresses.

PHONE NUMBER+254714671748

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Published by Stephen Ogweno

a global health practitioner, NCD advocate and mHealth Innovator

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