THE DRUG FREE YOUTH BOOK TOUR OLENGURUONE. 12/9/2019

The people at Olengeruone invited us and we came. We delivered and we enjoyed every bit of it. We took the drug free youth book tour to a community group and to the RVIST institution both situated in Olengeruone. These individuals appreciated the book and the fact that it was very exciting to read. WeContinue reading “THE DRUG FREE YOUTH BOOK TOUR OLENGURUONE. 12/9/2019”

THE DRUG FREE YOUTH BOOK TOUR NAKURU COUNTY 9TH – 13TH SEP 2019

The drug free youth book was released after one of our most successful projects The Drug Free Youth which aimed at linking the effects of drug abuse and non-communicable diseases and making that communication interesting to the youth. The drug free youth book tour took us to Nakuru County where we visited various institutions andContinue reading “THE DRUG FREE YOUTH BOOK TOUR NAKURU COUNTY 9TH – 13TH SEP 2019”

NCDS YOUTH CHAMPION ACTIVATION IN JOOUST 11/9/2019

  Joust in full is the Jaramogi Oginga Odinga University Of Science And Technology. In this institution we had an amazing team of young vibrant individuals led by one Tonny Olela. The institution under the Kukachora club already had started plans of organizing their community event on non-communicable diseases awareness. We were amazed by theContinue reading “NCDS YOUTH CHAMPION ACTIVATION IN JOOUST 11/9/2019”

NCDS YOUTH CHAMPIONS ACTIVATION IN KWISTI 10/9/2019

  KWISTI in full is the Kenya Wildlife Institute Of Science And Technology. We visited this lovely institution in a bid to also activate the programme in this institution. The students were ready and the institution clearly was awaiting this launch. We had an extremely exciting time talking to these students about NCDS and sharingContinue reading “NCDS YOUTH CHAMPIONS ACTIVATION IN KWISTI 10/9/2019”

NCDS YOUTH CHAMPIONS ACTIVATION IN NTTI 9/9/2019

NTTI in full is Nakuru Teachers Training Institute. The movement led us to this prestigious institution developing teachers for the future. In this institution it was a blessing that they joined the movement. Its crucial that teachers formed part of the movement because as it is teachers are some of the biggest agents of change.Continue reading “NCDS YOUTH CHAMPIONS ACTIVATION IN NTTI 9/9/2019”

NCDS YOUTH CHAMPIONS ACTIVATION IN RVIST 12/9/2019

RVIST in full Is The Rift Valley Institute Of Science And Technology. The NCDS youth champions team upon invitation set camp in the institution to activate the NCDS youth champions movement. We met a vibrant group of youths in this school who were very ready to start of the activities. The movement is on andContinue reading “NCDS YOUTH CHAMPIONS ACTIVATION IN RVIST 12/9/2019”

NCDS YOUTH CHAMPIONS WEEK 1 9-13TH SEP 2019

The first week of the NCDS youth champions was a huge success with a lot of planning beginning and a lot of activation taking place in various universities. We established a strong connection with the various participating schools and to this end we were able to comfortable start of a series of planned events andContinue reading “NCDS YOUTH CHAMPIONS WEEK 1 9-13TH SEP 2019”

26+ ORGANIZATIONS JOIN THE NCDS YOUTH CHAMPIONS MOVEMENT.

The NCDS youth champions movement began on a very high note and it has managed to keep so. The project has already attracted 32 organizations which have already started planning activities and events related to the NCDS youth champions movement. Some of the organizations which registered include Kenyatta University, Amref Health Africa, Peer Counselors Africa,Continue reading “26+ ORGANIZATIONS JOIN THE NCDS YOUTH CHAMPIONS MOVEMENT.”

STOWELINK ATTENDS THE 6TH ANNUAL NON-COMMUNICABLE DISEASES CONFERENCE AT NAIROBI HOSPITAL 27/7/2019

On this day Stowelink attended and participated actively on the 6th annual non-communicable diseases symposium/conference at the Nairobi hospital. The conference brough n board epxperts and passionate individuals in the field of non-communicable diseases to discuss how non-communicable diseases can be integrated into universal health coverage. The conference involved various presentations focusing on opportunities forContinue reading “STOWELINK ATTENDS THE 6TH ANNUAL NON-COMMUNICABLE DISEASES CONFERENCE AT NAIROBI HOSPITAL 27/7/2019”