This is a health program that has been set up to cater for the medical needs of children and their parents from the tea picking population in order to reduce child mortality and malnutrition in Tigoni area.

In Kenya, one out of every ten children dies from various sicknesses.

There is a large population residing within the tea plantations, where living conditions are poor and the people lack basic amenities. This exposes them to many different ailments, which are aggravated by malnutrition.
The majority are unable to afford medical treatment of any kind. There is the added complication of HIV/AIDS, which affects a good portion of the population and results in a number of children ending up orphans.
The aim of this program is to assist 6,000 people (4,200 children between 2 and 14 years of age) and 1,800 adults (parents). Through this program, the beneficiaries will have access to medical services which include regular check-ups, doctor’s consultation, counseling services and treatment in terms of medication or procedural interventions, such as surgery.
Three thousand and fifty (3050) children are already receiving free healthcare services through the CHEP program.

The program has already been rolled out in some of the poorest schools in Tigoni area which include:

  • Umoja Primary School
  • Limuru Mission Primary School
  • King’othua Primary School
  • Riara Primary School

How can you help roll out this program?

For only 50 Euros (KSh. 5500), you can guarantee a child’s healthcare for the next 10 years.
The fund will ensure continuity in the provision of medical services by Kimlea Clinic.
A donation can be made to help:

  • One child
  • One family
  • A group of children in a class or school.

Your donation will help the children to grow up as strong and healthy future citizens of this country.

All donations can be forwarded to:

Bank: CFC Stanbic Bank Limited,
CFC Centre, Chiromo Road,
P.O. Box 72833 – 00200,
Nairobi. Kenya.
Account Name: Kianda Foundation
Account No. 0100000056965
Swift Code: SBICKENX
MPESA Paybill No. 890200