STOWELINK TURNS 5 YEARS THIS YEAR.

In 2016 in a hostel at Kenyatta University deep in the night lied a young man who had just lost 4 close family to him to non-communicable diseases. during this time, this young man was going through a rough patch in his life ad had just began seeking help for his depression that had arose…

NCDS 365 NOVEMBER & DECEMBER 2020 STATISTICS AND REACH

Last year market the end of such an amazing initiative , the NCDs 365. Here are the statistics for November and December. Lead organization statistics NOVEMBER Partner organization statistics – NOVEMBER Lead organization statistics DECEMBER Partner organization statistics – DECEMBER Lets change lives Let’s save lives #stowelink REMEMBER-if you want to support Stowelink Inc and…

LAST POST OF 2020- NCDS 365 DAY 357- 365 NCDS PREVENTION

Day 357 of 365 Diabetes protective foods: Citrus &Sweet potatoes Citrus fruitsResearch has shown that citrus fruits, such as oranges, grapefruits, and lemons, have antidiabetic effects.Eating citrus fruits is a great way to get vitamins and minerals from fruit without the carbohydrates. Citrus fruits are also a great source of: vitamin C, folate, potassium. Sweet…

STOWELINK PARTICIPATES IN THE VATICAN YOUTH SYMPOSIUM 2020

Our Chief finance officer, Mr. Ongola represented the organization in the 2020 Vatican Youth symposium (VYS).   The symposium organized by the United Nations Sustainable Development Solutions Network (UNSDSN) in collaboration with the Vatican Pontifical Academy, brings together young change makers from around the globe working to achieve the sustainable goals. The symposium also officially…

NCDS 365 DAY 349-356- NCDS PREVENTION FOODS TO EAT

Day 349of 365 Heart healthy foods Leafy vegetablesLeafy green vegetables like spinach, kale and collard greens are well-known for their wealth of vitamins, minerals and antioxidants.in particular, they’re a great source of vitamin K, which helps protect your arteries and promote proper blood clotting. Whole GrainsStudies show that eating whole grains is associated with lower…