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Shared Dependency in Dignity – Karijn speech during Decade Celebrations

It all started in primary school in the Netherlands. I sat in the middle of the class and got one of my epilepsy seizures. As I slowly regained consciousness, I heard some dripping on the floor. I looked down and I awkwardly noticed that I urinated during my seizure and that the whole class was

Commuity Health Volunteers (CHV Training) – Kwale and Mombasa Counties

The #AngazaKifafa campaign are taking epilepsy awareness to Kwale and Mombasa counties. Youth on the Move supports the campaign through training and engaging Community health volunteers from the community on supporting Persons Living With Epilepsy (PLWE). An introduction training is done and a follow up evaluation training to ensure understanding and application of epilepsy care

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