Located in in the rural Kibweze area in Kenya, the Kasasule Health Centre provides health care for over 20,000 people who might not otherwise have access.
The Presbyterian Church of East Africa (PCEA) Kasasule Health Centre (KHC) was founded in the year 2000 by volunteer members of the Newton-Nairobi (Presbyteries) Partnership, formed 25 years ago. With initial support from an International Rotary Foundation grant and Presbyterian church members’ donations, two large permanent ranch-style KHC buildings were constructed and are primarily staffed by a Clinical Officer, a Nurse, and a Laboratory Technician in addition to support staff. The KHC continues to operate through joint support, and is looking to increase independent operations through governments support and other payments by 2025.
Located in a rural, semi-arid area of Kenya, halfway between Nairobi and Mombasa, Kenya, the PCEA Kasasule Health Centre provides healthcare for over 20,000 poor villagers who otherwise would have no access to any medical services. It serves very poor men, women and children from rural villages that lie both nearby and, for many from villages that require a several-hour walk.
The PCEA KHC provides critical medical services to subsistent-farming villagers who typically have little, if any, resources to pay. Newton and Nairobi Presbytery church members, realizing that the PCEA KHC is literally a matter of life and death for many of the poor residents in the area, is seeking donations from anyone interested in helping make a huge difference in improving the quality of life and, in many cases saving lives of destitute women, children, and men.
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