Community Wellness Africa is a registered non-governmental organization (NGO) in Kenya. Our primary goal is to promote the well-being of vulnerable people such as women, youth, children, and the elderly. Our programs are grounded on the principle of community participation.
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Community Wellness Africa’s work focuses on health and social development programs in the following areas:
- Maternal and child health
- Adolescents’ health
- Youth empowerment
- Mental health promotion and support
- Communicable and non-communicable disease prevention and control
- Care and support of the elderly and their caregivers
We achieve our goals through collaboration with other key players in the health and education sectors. Our organization welcomes new partnership arrangements.
Building enduring partnerships for healthier communities in Africa.
To improve the health and quality of life of women, youth, children, and the elderly in Kenya and beyond.
Creativity and Innovation, Teamwork, Partnerships, Project Sustainability
Community Wellness Africa’s programs entail working for and with the community. We have adopted a partnership model that brings together different stakeholders with our shared vision on community health and development.
Some of the activities geared towards the realization of our strategy include:
• Adapting a science-based approach in community entry, mobilization, sensitization, and implementing our programs. Our collective social action model aims at improving the livelihood of the poor and the vulnerable.
• We mobilize community members and engage them in impactful capacity-building activities within their locality with the aim of enabling them to take charge of their personal and community health.
•As an organization, we engage in advocacy to champion the rights of women, adolescents, and children.
•A partnership program with (Egetuki Medical Clinic), a Level 2 facility providing curative and rehabilitative care to the local community in the Kisii suburbs. This clinic focuses on maternal, neonatal, and child health.
• Collaborative projects with a group of health facilities within Nairobi’s Kibra informal settlements – Kibera Professional Health Cluster ( KIPHEC)
• A school-based partnership program in Kisii, Nairobi, and Makueni counties. Some of the schools we have partnered with include St. Thomas Academy, Tracer Academy in Kisii, and Kyemundu Secondary school in Makueni.