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  • Purple4Epilepsy Empowering Youth

    Purple4Epilepsy Empowering Youth

    Purple Day a day set aside through the efforts of a young girl with the aim of creating awareness on epilepsy at the grass roots is marked with youth at Nairobi Arboretum.   Youth from Youth on the Move with and without epilepsy connect and

  • Parents Graduate

    Parents Graduate

    Saturday the 24th November 2018 was marked with purple decorations at the Movers paradise. It was a moment of celebration as parents and caregivers of children living with epilepsy graduated. Parents and caregivers from different backgrounds underwent a nine month training program program through which

  • Epillose presents on the need for 3As in epilepsy care(Availability, accessibility and affordability)

    Epillose presents on the need for 3As in epilepsy care(Availability, accessibility and affordability)

    There are nearly one million Kenyans living with epilepsy, approximately 70% of which lack access to treatment and psychosocial care. The problem is further compounded by myths and misconceptions about the condition. Many people believe that it is a fainting spell, a curse or demon

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