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 the…

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 helps…

NCDS 365 DAY 335-341 NCDS PREVENTION TIPS

Day 335 of 365 NCDs Prevention. DOs-Get regular health screenings High blood pressure and high cholesterol can damage your heart and blood vessels. But without testing for them, you probably won’t know whether you have these conditions. Regular screening can tell you what your numbers are and whether you need to take action. Maintain a…

STOWELINK VIHIGA 2020 DOCUMENTARY RELEASE

Over the year 2020 Stowelink has been working actively in Vihiga county under the IPAB PROJECT where we aim at increasing priority and attention to NCDs funding in the county. Under this project we have been documenting every step of the way and we will be releasing the full documentary of this project in Vihiga…

THE FINAL KNOWLEDGE EXCHANGE SESSION FOR 2020 HIGHLIGHTS 6-12-2020

Stowelink in partnership with the Kukachora network and other entities has been running a series of monthly webinars since March where we have been able to gather youth from 24 institutions of higher learning situated across the country. We have talked on various issues ranging from mental health, to innovation to entrepreneurship in the health…

NCDS 365 DAY 326- 334 ALL ABOUT EPILEPSY

Day 326 of 365 *_What is epilepsy_* Epilepsy is a central nervous system (neurological) disorder in which brain activity becomes abnormal, causing seizures or periods of unusual behavior, sensations, and sometimes loss of awareness. Anyone can develop epilepsy. Epilepsy affects both males and females of all races, ethnic backgrounds and ages. Day 327 of 365…