DRUG FREE YOUTH SCHOOL TOURS- OUR LADY OF MERCY ACADEMY 28.2.2019 – 5 EFFECTS OF DRUGS ON YOUTHS

Drug abuse at any age can cause serious health effects, but teens who abuse drugs are at particular risk for negative consequences. Teens who abuse drugs are more likely to struggle with addiction later in life and have permanent and irreversible brain damage. Some other common negative effects of teen drug abuse are: * EmotionalContinue reading “DRUG FREE YOUTH SCHOOL TOURS- OUR LADY OF MERCY ACADEMY 28.2.2019 – 5 EFFECTS OF DRUGS ON YOUTHS”

DRUG FREE YOUTH SCHOOL TOURS- OUR LADY OF MERCY ACADEMY 28.2.2019

The drug free youth school tours on the last day of February led us to Our Lady of Mercy in Githurai. On this day we had a lot of interaction with these amazing students from this school where we talked about drugs and drug abuse .the students of this school with the administration were veryContinue reading “DRUG FREE YOUTH SCHOOL TOURS- OUR LADY OF MERCY ACADEMY 28.2.2019”

STRATEGIC PATNERSHIP WITH NACADA

Stowelink is currently partnering with NACADA a government agency responsible for handling monitoring and controlling drugs and substance abuse. The partnership was agreed on when NACADA promised to provide critical insights into our study and also will be helping us with getting the required publicity materials to help us visit these institutions and continue sharingContinue reading “STRATEGIC PATNERSHIP WITH NACADA”

STOWELINK PATNERS WITH JAMII SPORTS

In February this year Stowelink had a strategic partnership with Jamii sports a company dealing with talent and sport development among youths in Kenya. The company has been in the field for some time now and its one of the disrupters in the field using mobile technology as a catalyzer for development and growth inContinue reading “STOWELINK PATNERS WITH JAMII SPORTS”

2019: NEW PROJECTS ,MORE IMPACT- p2

Youth NCD champions This is a revolutionary project which brings onboard youths who have suffered from non-communicable diseases and have survived or are still undergoing treatment. The project aims at raising awareness or non-communicable diseases using victims and survivors of the disease. The aim is to change the perspective of non-communicable diseases, because it isContinue reading “2019: NEW PROJECTS ,MORE IMPACT- p2”

2019: NEW PROJECTS ,MORE IMPACT- p1

Moving into 2019 Stowelink will be undertaking new projects aimed at reaching new audiences with new rebranded messages tackling different aspects of non-communicable diseases. These projects are designed to ensure sustainability, to ensure community involvement and to ensure innovation and disruption around the healthcare field with one aim to transform and empower lives. These projectsContinue reading “2019: NEW PROJECTS ,MORE IMPACT- p1”

YOUTH NCDS CHAMPIONS

Stowelink is privileged to announce that in 2019 we are going to conduct a very big intensive programme called the youth NCDS champions where we are going to highlight youth survivor stories on NCDSs, conduct a school health programme on NCDSs and launch a new technological product which will revolutionize the field of non-communicable diseases.Continue reading “YOUTH NCDS CHAMPIONS”

Project slim FIT- First Bicycle riding sensitization activity

Stowelink recently launched a new project in the UK dubbed project SLIM FIT where we are all about ending weight stigma and promoting physical activity and healthy diets. Our first activity in our series of activities for this project involved bicycle riding for 2 kilometers creating awareness on obesity, healthy diets and good health andContinue reading “Project slim FIT- First Bicycle riding sensitization activity”

Stowelink partners with the Medical Records Institute to conduct a training at Kenyatta university

Stowelink partnered with medical records institute to bring a training to Kenyatta university on the importance of data management in health care and why that’s very important in ensuring innovation and sustainability in health care. The training which saw 70 participants highlighted majorly on the importance of data collection in supporting evidence-based interventions and projects.Continue reading “Stowelink partners with the Medical Records Institute to conduct a training at Kenyatta university”