Awards & Research

Here you will find various awards, recognitions that Stowelink has received. Also you will find research work that has been conducted by Stowelink or its executive that is related to the work that we do.


AWARDS AND RECOGNITIONS


2021

WINNER – Kenyan Quality Health Care Awards: Student Innovation Project of the year.

2021

First Runners Up – Kenyan Quality Health Care Awards: Best Use of Social Media in Health Care

2020

RECOGNITION – By UN Youth Envoy for our efforts in fighting COVID 19 globally. LINK

2019

WINNER – GAME CHANGERS AWARDS- YOUNG COMPANY OF THE YEAR AWARD

2019

FIRST RUNNERS UP – Kenyan Quality Health Care Awards: Student Innovation Project of the year.

2019

WINNER – 254 YOUTH ENTREPRENUERSHIP AWARDS – HEALTH CATEGORY

2018

WINNER – KUSA AWARDS HUMANITARIAN AWARD 2018/2019

2018

RECOGNITION – FEATURED ON NATIONAL NEWS PAPER: THE STANDARD: LINK

2017

RECOGNITION FEATURED ON NATIONAL NEWS PAPER:DAILY NATION: LINK


PUBLISHED RESEARCH WORK


INCORPORATING MHEALTH INTERVENTIONS INTO KENYA’S HEALTH INFRASTRUCTURE TO AUGMENT UNIVERSAL HEALTH COVERAGE, SERVICE DELIVERY IMPROVEMENT APPROACH

DOI: https://doi.org/10.11576/seejph-4317

HOW TO CITE

Oduor, K. ., Ogweno, S. ., Ajwang’, D. . and Okinyi, N. (2021) “Incorporating mHealth Interventions into Kenya’s Health Infrastructure to Augment Universal Health Coverage, Service Delivery Improvement Approach”, South Eastern European Journal of Public Health (SEEJPH). doi: 10.11576/seejph-4317.

SOURCES OF INFORMATION ON COVID-19 AMONG THE YOUTHS AND ITS IMPLICATIONS ON MENTAL HEALTH. A CROSS-SECTIONAL STUDY IN NAIROBI, KENYA

ACCESS THE PAPER HERE: LINK

HOW TO CITE

Ogweno, S., Oduor, K., & Mutisya, R. (2021). Sources of information on COVID-19 among the youths and its implications on mental health. A cross-sectional study in Nairobi, Kenya. Retrieved 26 April 2021, from https://www.ajol.info/index.php/eamj/article/view/205320

THE EFFECT OF EHEALTH ON INFORMATION AWARENESS ON NON-COMMUNICABLE DISEASES AMONG YOUTHS BETWEEN 18-25 YEARS IN NAIROBI COUNTY, KENYA 2019.

DOI: https://doi.org/10.37284/eajhs.2.1.136

HOW TO CITE

Ogweno, S., & Gitonga, E. (2020). The Effect of eHealth on Information Awareness on Non-Communicable Diseases Among Youths Between 18-25 Years in Nairobi County, Kenya, 2019. East African Journal of Health and Science2(1), 15-29. https://doi.org/10.37284/eajhs.2.1.136

THE FUTURE OF PUBLIC HEALTH

PUBLISHER: THE WRITER’S PEN

Authors:Ongola OtienoOgweno Stephen
Genre:Journal, Opinion Piece

The opinion piece offers a fresh perspective of what the future of public health practice will be. It analyses current trends and gives insights on key points to master to become a future proof public health practitionr.

Read the opinion piece on the link below: LINK


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