info4food – beating NCDS through Nutrition

Stowelink for the next seven months will be venturing on a new social enterprise dubbed info4food which is an award winning social enterprise which focuses on provision of better nutrition though food preservation and  alternative crop growing. at Stowelink we continue to remain focused on our primary goal which is on alleviating NCDS through handingContinue reading “info4food – beating NCDS through Nutrition”

STOWELINK AT AHAIC CONFERENCE IN KIGALI

Stowelink was represented well at the AHAIC conference in kigali Rwanda organized by Amref health international. the conference brought the best of the best in the medical field all under one roof for three days to talk about achieving UHC.  the conference which was meticulously planned from the reception from the airport to the amazingContinue reading “STOWELINK AT AHAIC CONFERENCE IN KIGALI”

STOWELINK QUALIFIES FOR THE AHAIC CONFERENCE.

  Stowelink this year once again qualifies to present at a global conference in the AHAIC conference organized by Amref health Africa. this comes after we submitted our scientific research from past projects and initiatives. We are really hoping we make it to present at this conference and share at the scientific conference and toContinue reading “STOWELINK QUALIFIES FOR THE AHAIC CONFERENCE.”

Stowelink attends and presents at the Universal Health Care Conference in Nyeri (part 1) 13/9/2018

Stowelink was privileged to be invited to participate and make a presentation at the Universal Health Care Coverage Conference in Nyeri County. Universal Health Care forms the big 4 agenda where the government is focusing on in the next 5 years. We were privileged o represent youth voices and talk about youth and non-communicable diseasesContinue reading “Stowelink attends and presents at the Universal Health Care Conference in Nyeri (part 1) 13/9/2018”

Selected for the World Obesity Patients Summit in the United Kingdom 13/8/2019

We are very privileged to announce that Stowelink has been officially selected to attend the upcoming World Obesity Patient Summit which will be happening at the United Kingdom, Windsor Castle. Stowelink represents East Africa in this summit and is among the 20 world wide organizations that focus on non-communicable diseases that were selected for theContinue reading “Selected for the World Obesity Patients Summit in the United Kingdom 13/8/2019”

Stowelink at Cambridge University SA #MLBT_winner 5/8/2018

Stowelink happened to be among the top 3 winners of the my Little Big thing competition and as a result got a rare opportunity to visit south africa and to study at the Cambridge Institute of sustainability leadership at intervals game lounge in Gauteng South Africa. The trip was fully sponsored by MK AFRICA, SOUTHContinue reading “Stowelink at Cambridge University SA #MLBT_winner 5/8/2018”

Stowelink in collaboration with KUHESMA organise a YALI serves event

Stowelink in collaboration with KUHESMA which stands for Kenyatta University health services management student association organised a YALI serves event. Tali serves events are events aimed at creating social impact and thus year they were turned around the exemplary leadership of Nelson Mandela. The event was organised by a panel of competent leaders from theContinue reading “Stowelink in collaboration with KUHESMA organise a YALI serves event”

Stowelink at the 5th Annual non communicable diseases symposium 2018. 14/7/2018

Stowelink was privileged to be invited to the 5th annual non communicable diseases symposium which was held in Nairobi hospital .the symposium saw relevant bodies dealing with non communicable diseases including medics, the government, non communicable diseases Alliance of Kenya and public health officials invited and participate by giving out presentations. The conference which isContinue reading “Stowelink at the 5th Annual non communicable diseases symposium 2018. 14/7/2018”

Cardiovascular diseases and tobacco use WHATS THE LINK??

Cigarette smoking is the most important preventable cause of premature death . It accounts for more than 440,000 of the more than 2.4 million annual deaths. Cigarette smokers have a higher risk of developing several chronic disorders. These include fatty buildups in arteries, several types of cancer and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (lung problems). AtherosclerosisContinue reading “Cardiovascular diseases and tobacco use WHATS THE LINK??”