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Through a new documentary short film, Apple is highlighting the innovative work of Lwala Community Alliance.

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Maternal and Child Health Outreach

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Economic Development through Agricultural Training

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Our Mission

Our mission is to build the capacity of the people of Lwala to advance their own comprehensive well-being.

Updates from Kenya

USAID’s NOPE features Lwala in national newsletter

This past year, Lwala Community Alliance, along with 9 other civil society organizations, received sub-contract funding from USAID and NOPE (National Organization of Peer Educators) on a institutional strengthening grant project known as Fanikisha. Specifically, Lwala partnered NOPE to enact a program called Tumalize Ukimwi (“Let’s Finish AIDS”). The primary objectives of Tumalize Ukimwi were [...]

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Updates from U.S.

The IZUMI Foundation joins Lwala’s Commitment to “Thrive Thru 5″

The IZUMI Foundation recently awarded Lwala with a grant to expand the Lwala Community Hospital’s infrastructure and provide additional on-site housing for clinical providers. Through this investment, the IZUMI Foundation will join Ronald McDonald House Charities to support Lwala’s Thrive Thru 5 program, which aims to reduce under-5 mortality in the community by 50% by 2016. [...]

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Impact

  • 2,810 Monthly Patient Visits

  • 643 2013 Babies Born

  • 1,200 Girls empowered

  • 160 Kenyans employed

  • 6,000 Students with Clean Water

  • 1,100 Patients on HIV Care

  • 1,650 Farmers Trained

  • 52 Student Scholarships

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