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”
Category Archives: POPULATION HEALTH
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 1) MAY MEASUREMENT MONTH.
Stowelink participated in the recently concluded launch of May measurement month programme during the world hypertension day celebrations. The event organized by various partners attracted a large audience of people getting screened for blood pressure and blood sugar. Hypertension is one of the major conditions leading to the development of non-communicable diseases and especially cardiovascularContinue reading “Stowelink participates in the world hypertension day (PART 1) MAY MEASUREMENT MONTH.”
STOWELINK AT GERMAN SCHOOL OPEN DAY
Stowelink members were privileged to attend the open day held at German school Kenya. The open day was a day where various people mostly parents came to see how and what students and the school had done in school. As Stowelink we went to the open day to benchmark for how we would conduct ourContinue reading “STOWELINK AT GERMAN SCHOOL OPEN DAY”
Stowelink Visits Bondeni Children’s Home(PART 1)
Stowelink in collaboration with House Of Legacy on 15 sun April 2018 visited Bondeni Childrens Home launching our project on MAKE A CHANGE MOVEMENT where we plan on visiting children’s homes and the community to make achange and give back to the society. The visit to Bondeni Children’s Home was one of kind with manyContinue reading “Stowelink Visits Bondeni Children’s Home(PART 1)”
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.”
MYHEART KE NAIROBI COUNTY TOUR-OLYMPIC HIGH SCHOOL KIBERA P1 -HOW TO PREVENT HEART DISEASES IN SCHOOLS
While we were at Olympic High School we discussed on what means and ways the high school students would practice in order to prevent and reduce risks of cardiovascular diseases while at school. We came up with some solutions including the following; Choose a healthy eating plan. The food you eat can decrease your riskContinue reading “MYHEART KE NAIROBI COUNTY TOUR-OLYMPIC HIGH SCHOOL KIBERA P1 -HOW TO PREVENT HEART DISEASES IN SCHOOLS”
PROJECT ALPHA 2018: HOW CAN WE PREVENT CANCERS?
We have been having this training of trainers sessions at kenyatta university where we teach students on cancers.So a lot of reports have been published on preventing cancers and today we choose to bring you top 5 ways on how we can reduce our risk of contracting cancers. Here we go 1. Don’t use tobaccoContinue reading “PROJECT ALPHA 2018: HOW CAN WE PREVENT CANCERS?”
PROJECT ALPHA 2018: #CHANGE4CANCER ONLINE CAMPAIGN
On the week prior to world cancer day Stowelink Inc. was responsible for creating a trending hashtags on cancer where individuals commented on ways to avoid and manage cancer. The hashtag was also featured on KUTV when we were given an interview on cancers. The hashtag managed to get 8000 impressions on Facebook and 3400Continue reading “PROJECT ALPHA 2018: #CHANGE4CANCER ONLINE CAMPAIGN”