Our 2015 Annual Report is Released

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

Click here

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.

Click Here

2016 Maternal & 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.

Click here

Empowering the Daughters of Lwala

Learn more about girls education programming in Lwala.

Click Here

Previous Next

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

Click For More Impact

Updates from Kenya

Vanderbilt IEPM student spends summer in Lwala

Written by: Caroline Martin This summer, Caroline Martin, an M.Ed. in International Education Policy and Management (IEPM) student at Vanderbilt University, spent nine weeks in Lwala. During this time, her work included conducting research – in conjunction with Lwala’s education team – to investigate the level and levers of effectiveness of e-readers in 13 public [...]

Read More

Updates from U.S.

Thanks to all our supporters for a successful Lwala2020: Towards Wholeness of Life event

Because of the generosity of our supporters at the Lwala 2020: Towards Wholeness of Life event in Nashville, we surpassed our fundraising goal of $100,000 and raised a total of $160,913 towards reducing under-5 mortality in Lwala, Kenya! That is equivalent to 643 children receiving health services from birth to age 5. We are truly [...]

Read More

Connect

Flickr

Vimeo