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International Women’s Day for PLWE

Living with epilepsy as a woman comes with different challenges. For me the biggest challenge was when I was unconscious and major changes had happened to me. So I had just come from town, exhausted from the hot sun. Near our home compound, I am tempted to sit and rest. I can feel an aura

Sikika- Movers meeting

Do you wish your voice was heard?Movers of 2018 meet at the Mover's paradise for their Sikika talk. Youth living with epilepsy use this platform to share their experiences and get out of their protective shells brought about by the isolation experienced from living with epilepsy. This year so far topics that have fired up


Youth on the Move engages the correctional and rehabilitation facilities in partnership with the prison department of Kenya. Through prison visits, trainings on epilepsy care and management, stress and anger management and understanding of rights and responsibilities.

Valentine’s day with Epilepsy in mind

OUT! DEVIL GET OUT! Is what I woke up to when I regained my consciousness? This is not the first time I am experiencing it. I am told that I have demons in me that make me jerk and lose consciousness. Prayer is not the only intervention that I have attempted. Just last week we


YotM in partnership with Kkamega county government and the National epilepsy Coordination committee continue create awareness with the Angaza Kifafa caravan. The event was flagged off by the first lady of Kakamega county. It involved youth, Community health volunteers, medical practitioners and members of the community who will continue to challenge misconceptions held of epilepsy


Do you want to make a change and are you available for 3 days in a week? We look for 24 dedicated youths every year to take part in our training and internship! The selected youth are given classes and opportunities to create awareness countrywide starting in February until December when they graduate. Keep an

Training of Community Health Workers

What does it take to reduce the treatment gap for people with epilepsy? Community Health Workers can greatly contribute to reach out to them and encourage them to seek medical assistance. This year we train three teams of Community Health Workers

Movers Meeting

Join our Movers Meetings in Nairobi and Kisumu which takes place every Saturday from 11 am to 2 pm (except for the last Saturday of the month). This is where we share knowledge, opinions and experiences and we'd love to hear yours! Every week we prepare the upcoming activities and evaluate the last events. For the Kisumu

Parents Meeting

Are you a guardian of a child or youth with epilepsy? Would you like to meet other guardians to learn about epilepsy and share experiences? Then be sure to join us for the Parents Meeting which takes place at our centre in Nairobi and Kisumu on every last Saturday of the month! For for info

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