YOUNG HEALTH PROGRAMME LAUNCH PHASE 2

The Young Health Programme is a programme by AstraZeneca implemented by Plan International that seeks to empower young people to take control of their health especially in combating long term diseases often referred toas non communicable diseases.  The programme which is currently being implemented in 10 countries was also implemented in Kenya since 2016 where Stowelink has engaged with the programme under different capacities with the aim of improving education and literacy on non-communicable diseases.

Our fonder Ogweno Stephen was once a peer educator with the programme and has continued to actively engage with the programme especially when it came to advocacy and policy issues and has represented the programme and its works globally.

 On the 26th of May the programme launched its phase two in Kenya and our CEO Ogweno Stephen was one of the two co hosts who drove the launch event. The young health programme is so dear to us an organization as focus that we both have is the same: eradicating non communicable diseases and empowering young people to take control of their health. We are looking forward to being actively engaged in phase 2 of the programme which begins this year and runs to 2025.

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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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