Our 2015 Annual Report is Released

Learn about our accomplishments in 2015 and our targets for 2016.

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Every Child Deserves a 5th Birthday

Watch our latest video, produced by Health eVillages, and learn about our 3-year effort to reduce under-5 mortality to 50% of the regional rate.

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2016 Maternal and Child Health Impact Report

Learn about our approach to caring for mothers and children and how it’s impacting the health of our community.

Watch Our Hospital Expand

Take a tour of the Lwala Community Hospital expansion.

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Empowering the Daughters of Lwala

Learn more about girls education programming in Lwala.

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Our Vision

Wholeness of life in Lwala and Beyond

Impact

  • 98% HIV-exposed infants testing HIV negative at 18 months

  • 300% Increase in family planning since 2011

  • 89% Access to improved sanitation

  • 30% Decrease in under-5 child deaths

  • 4,000 Households visited by a CHW

  • 97% Women delivering at a health facility

  • 64% Increase in girls mentored

  • 30,000 Total patient visits in 2015

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Updates from Kenya

One of Lwala’s Own Returns to Volunteer

My name is Tobias (Toby) Okong’o. I was born and raised in Lwala, Kenya.  I am 18 years old and I have 5 siblings. Two years ago, I came to the United States of America to attend high school. I live with Ed and Susan Kelley (Americans) and will be starting my senior year at [...]

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Updates from U.S.

Celebrate #WorldAidsDay

Today is World AIDS Day, which aims to raise HIV awareness, promote prevention, and fight for a cure. Here at Lwala, health is at the very center of our programs. Our region is a hotspot for HIV infections, with HIV rates triple the national average. Out of every 1,000 births, 95 babies will die before their [...]

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