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24/04/2023

Profound gratitude for existence.

Living with epilepsy can be challenging and sometimes even heartbreaking, especially for young girls who are just starting to navigate life’s challenges. One such sad experience […]
24/03/2023

My encounter with “Demons”

I recall it like it was yesterday. I was a class 3 pupil at a local primary school in Murang’a county. Being among the brightest students, […]
14/03/2023

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23/02/2023

St. Valentines celebrations 2023

The smiles tell it all. Valentine’s day marked with flowers and red décor at the #MoversParadise. The space where we feel loved and accepted for who […]
23/02/2023

International Epilepsy Day 2023

It was all pomp and color as we celebrated international epilepsy day on 13th February in partnership with German doctors Kenya, precious Virginia home, county government […]
06/01/2023

Caregivers Program

Empowering the youth as well as their caregivers enhances the understanding and management of epilepsy as the parents provide pyscho-social support to their young ones. Every […]
06/12/2022

Graduation 2022

Hard work and resilience finally paid off and paved way for successful graduation ceremony for the youth in training this year after several months of intense […]
06/12/2022

Community Health Volunteers Training 2022

In collaboration with our partners, National Epilepsy Coordination Committee, Bank of Africa Kenya, Norvatis, and county governments of kwale, Kakamega, Muranga and Nakuru, we were able […]
20/10/2022

Please don’t despise me, everybody has a gem!

Hello? I’m Emmanuel Kasina, mover 2018. Am positively living with epilepsy, and I love to do arts and sing. Growing up, I must admit that I […]