Kenya 2 project

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



  • Formalise Kenya Haemophilia Association
  • Conduct awareness campaign about bleeding disorders and circumcision
  • Diagnose new people with haemophilia
  • Expand the existing medical registry at Kenyatta National Hospital


  • 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 people with haemophilia
  • 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

Partner with NNHF

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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