NCDS 365 PHASE 2 MARCH REPORTS

Stowelink has been constantly aiming at improving NCDs literacy through sharing relevant messages on non-communicable diseases. This year as we embark on the phase 2 of the NCDs 365 report, here is a summary of the project reach in March 2021. Lets change lives Let’s save lives #stowelink REMEMBER-if you want to support Stowelink IncContinue reading “NCDS 365 PHASE 2 MARCH REPORTS”

NCDS 365 PHASE 2 FEBRUARY REPORTS

Stowelink has been constantly aiming at improving NCDs literacy through sharing relevant messages on non-communicable diseases. This year as we embark on the phase 2 of the NCDs 365 report, here is a summary of the project reach in February 2021. Lets change lives Let’s save lives #stowelink REMEMBER-if you want to support Stowelink IncContinue reading “NCDS 365 PHASE 2 FEBRUARY REPORTS”

NCDS 365 PHASE 1 REPORT RELEASE AND DISSEMINATION FORUM 26-2-2021

On the 26th of February 2021 Stowelink conducted its dissemination forum for the NCDs 365 project. During this event we were joined by Harrison Andeko, programmes manager at the NCD Alliance Of Kenya. The session started with a detailed update on the project and the progress that the project had made, then we got aContinue reading “NCDS 365 PHASE 1 REPORT RELEASE AND DISSEMINATION FORUM 26-2-2021”

NCDS LABS FIRST CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS

Background of the NCDs labs and the next generation NCDs globally result in 40 million deaths each year, many of which are preventable. Children and youth, especially, suffer from the wide casted impacts of NCDs, and do not have access to appropriate treatment, causing preventable inequalities which leads to increases of morbidity and mortality forContinue reading “NCDS LABS FIRST CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS”

NCDS 365 PHASE 2 JANUARY REPORTS

Stowelink has been constantly aiming at improving NCDs literacy through sharing relevant messages on non-communicable diseases. This year as we embark on the phase 2 of the NCDs 365 report, here is a summary of the project reach in January 2021. Lets change lives Let’s save lives #stowelink REMEMBER-if you want to support Stowelink IncContinue reading “NCDS 365 PHASE 2 JANUARY REPORTS”

NCDS 365 PHASE 2: ELEVATING HEIGHTS NCDS LITERACY ACROSS AFRICA THROUGH ANIMATED VIDEOS

NCDs 365 project is a flagship Stowelink project powered by NCDs champions that is set to improve NCDs literacy across Africa through provision of easy simple to understand information on non-communicable diseases and leveraging on the power of media and technology to pass this message across nations in Africa. In 2020 the project conducted itsContinue reading “NCDS 365 PHASE 2: ELEVATING HEIGHTS NCDS LITERACY ACROSS AFRICA THROUGH ANIMATED VIDEOS”

VIHIGA IPAB PROJECT PHASE OUT AND HANDOVER

As the IPAB PROJECT comes towards an we held a close-out event to mark the end of the IPAB project pilot phase and the handover to the government of Vihiga. The event attracted key players in the county government including: NCDs Coordinators office Health Records department County Finance department Representatives of PLWNCDs We presented theContinue reading “VIHIGA IPAB PROJECT PHASE OUT AND HANDOVER”

NCDS 365 DAY 342-348 NCDS PREVENTION DON’TS

Day 342 of 365 NCDs prevention tips : DON’TS Not drinking enough water Staying hydrated helps to keep your memory sharp, your mood stable and your motivation intact. Keeping up with your fluids helps your skin stay supple, your body cool down when it’s hot, allows your muscles and joints to work better and helpsContinue reading “NCDS 365 DAY 342-348 NCDS PREVENTION DON’TS”

STOWELINK IN VIHIGA COUNTY: DEVELOPING OF THE NCDS ADVOCACY ASKS FOR POLICY MAKERS 9-12-2020

Over the last quarter the NCD alliance of Kenya has been actively training youth ambassadors on policy and public participation process. Stowelink and its network of young people in Vihiga county also benefited a lot from this initiative and has been on the forefront ever since championing for NCDs advocacy and policy participation in theContinue reading “STOWELINK IN VIHIGA COUNTY: DEVELOPING OF THE NCDS ADVOCACY ASKS FOR POLICY MAKERS 9-12-2020”