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”
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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??”
Stowelink at the launch of the National Guidelines for Cardiovascular Diseases Management 31/5/2018
Stowelink was privileged to be invited by the ministry of health to participate at the launch of the national guidelines for cardiovascular disease management which happened on the same day as the world tobacco day. The theme of the day was linking between tobacco abuse and cardiovascular diseases. It came out very strongly that cardiovascularContinue reading “Stowelink at the launch of the National Guidelines for Cardiovascular Diseases Management 31/5/2018”
SIMPLE HABITS TO PREVENTING LIFESTYLE DISEASES.- PIMA PRESSURE EVENT
Stowelink has been doing myheart ke project for sometime now and below are 5 key things we discovered o how to prevent lifestyle (non communicable) diseases in general!!! Reduce your salt intake. Why is a high salt intake so bad for you? A high intake of salt puts you a twice the risk of developingContinue reading “SIMPLE HABITS TO PREVENTING LIFESTYLE DISEASES.- PIMA PRESSURE EVENT”
PIMA PRESSURE EVENT- STOWELINK BIGEST EVENT YET P1.
Stowelink on 29th May 2018 in collaboration with Amref Health Africa in Kenya, KUPSA and KUPHESU today conducted their biggest event yet. The event was divided into 3 sub events, a Morning Sensitization Walk.we tested over 300 people in a period of 3 hours. and reached more people during the walks and the hea;lth talks which wasContinue reading “PIMA PRESSURE EVENT- STOWELINK BIGEST EVENT YET P1.”
Stowelink participates in the world hypertension day (PART 2) HOW TO PREVENT AND CONTROL HYPERTENSION.
High blood pressure, which is also called hypertension, increases your risk of developing many serious health problems, including heart disease, stroke, and kidney disease. While you can’t always control whether you get high blood pressure, there are healthy lifestyle habits you can develop to help prevent hypertension and reduce your risk of high blood pressure-relatedContinue reading “Stowelink participates in the world hypertension day (PART 2) HOW TO PREVENT AND CONTROL HYPERTENSION.”
STOWELINK CONDUCTS COMMUNITY DIAGNOSIS IN KIBERA.
We recently conducted a community diagnosis at Kibera Sub County where we visited a few villages in kibera led by Community Health Worker Adoyo Peter Of Kibera Sub County. The data collected at the activity was based on 5 key areas which are risk behaviors responsible for putting teenagers later in life at high riskContinue reading “STOWELINK CONDUCTS COMMUNITY DIAGNOSIS IN KIBERA.”