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Medical Center for Orphans and Masai Tribe

Shelter gives them everything they need to live: shelter, food, education, even a future profession. The shelter has its own garden, vegetable garden and farm. Now the medical center has been completed. It is staffed daily by a nurse who has a stock of necessary medicines.

We have decided to build and license a medical clinic at Shelter, which will provide qualified first aid to the orphanage’s residents and the people of the nearby Maasai tribe settlements.

That’s right: the incredible people in beads and red capes from the covers of all the travel catalogs about Kenya in the 21st century have no access to medicine! Not because there are no clinics in the region — there are private clinics, and not bad ones — but because people don’t have the money to pay for a doctor.

So they go to the forest the old-fashioned way, look for medicinal herbs, brew them and drink them for everything. It certainly doesn’t help with malaria…

How it’s now:
  • The medical center building is completed
  • Equipped and opened two offices: one for admitting and examining patients, the other for pharmacy use
  • A full-time nurse who works in Shelter on a daily basis
Regularly replenished stock of medicines

How it will be:
  • A doctor’s office and a medical lab
  • Equipping and running a full-fledged clinic, obtaining a license to operate.

What is needed:
  • Pay a nurse
  • Regularly replenish the stock of medicines
  • Equip the medical center
  • Maintain it in working order

What it costs:
  • Paying for a nurse: 30,000 kes // $ 225
  • Replenishing 6 first aid kits with medicines and dressings: 39,749.94 kes // $ 300
The Children’s Shelter houses up to 200 children.
These are orphans, street children, and victims of military conflicts.
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