Improving early detection, treatment and care with Point-of-Care Ultrasound

The Kenyatta National Hospital in Kenya and the Muhimbili National Hospital in Tanzania received Point-of-Care Ultrasound (POCUS) equipment from the Kenya Haemophilia Association and the Haemophilia Society of Tanzania as part of the project ‘Expanding Access to Blood Disorders Care in East Africa’. The handover was followed by a week-long training session for 11 physiotherapists in Kenya and 5 in Tanzania.

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Ensuring a future for quality bleeding and blood disorders care

In a huge step towards building a sustainable quality care system, Kenya Haemophilia Association (KHA) is working with the Kenya Medical Training College (KMTC) to formulate a training curriculum that will give a bigger focus to bleeding and blood disorders.

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Giving a voice to haemophilia carriers in Latin America

Haemophilia touches the lives of boys and girls, women and men. Women who are haemophilia carriers bear much of the burden, but their voices are rarely heard.

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Mombasa’ ambitious goal: Top haemophilia clinic in Kenya

On 7 February 2024, the General Manager of NNHF, along with team representatives, visited the Haemophilia and Sickle Cell Care Clinic of the Coast General Teaching and Referral Hospital in Mombasa.

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2024 EAHAD Lifetime achievement awards

The European Association for Haemophilia and Allied Disorders (EAHAD) has recognised the outstanding achievements of two women who have each made important contributions to the global bleeding disorders community.

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Novo Nordisk Foundation’s Chairmanship visits Kenyatta National Hospital

Dr Kibet Shikuku, President of the Kenya Haemophilia Association, discussed the ‘Expanding access to blood disorders care in Eastern Africa’ project with the NNHF team.

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