Veronica came to Kivulini to have her twins as she had no other means of accessing maternity care. Her twins were born prematurely and one was too sick to survive. The other was given quality care in our partner neonatal project at ALMC for 3 weeks and then here for...
353!!

353!!

This weekend marks 6 months since we opened the doors of Kivulini Maternity Hospital. It has been an incredible journey for all the 70 staff. The opening followed a long process of construction, set up, recruitment and specialist training. Since then we have delivered...
Reaching Out

Reaching Out

photo credit: H.Swanson As we enter the Christmas period here in Kivulini, we are grateful that we can join hands in celebrating the blessing of new birth. We are proud of all the work that our team has put into making this our first Christmas in our new centre. The...
Brad returns to Australia

Brad returns to Australia

Yesterday we were so sorry to see Brad leave us to return to his home in Australia. Brad has spent the last few months as a volunteer, training our national staff in running and maintaining our amazing health facility.  We are delighted that Elibariki Mushi is now...
Jason Leaving

Jason Leaving

This weekend marks the departure of Dr Jason ,his wife Xiao and their little girl Xaiya. They have been with us for the last 10 months and in this time Jason has been part of the team  developing and teaching our 2 months orientation programme ,updating  policies and...
A visit from the Australian High Commission

A visit from the Australian High Commission

On Friday, we had the  honor of having the Australian High Commissioner Alison Chartres and her colleague Maggie Nunan visit Kivulini Maternity Centre. They were introduced to a number of our Australian volunteers and midwife lead, Karenna Shaw who led a tour of the...

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