Kenya 2

Formalise and activate the Kenya Haemophilia Association and enlarge the web-based registry

Partner institution
Kenya Haemophilia Association, Nairobi

Represented by
Fatma Abdalla
Kibet Shikuku
Festus Njuguna
James Kago

1 year, Q2 2014 – Q2 2015



  • Formalisation of Kenya Haemophilia Association (KHA)
  • Establishment of one national registry
  • Increased awareness on haemophilia at authority level and hospital management
  • Disease awareness campaign at national scale leading to diagnoses of 48 new patients
  • Factor donations are now exempt from taxation, and there will be budget allocated to factor purchase
  • Haemophilia is recognised as a debilitating condition, allowing members to qualify for disability grants
  • Costs of hospital admissions will be waivered due to the chronicity of the condition, to allow financial relief to people with haemophilia

Kenya 2: Together having a stronger voice

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NNHF funds and supports projects in developing countries to improve access to care for people with haemophilia and allied bleeding disorders.

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