This project is dedicated to building a 20 bed paediatric ward at Kikuyu Hospital so that their young patients can be comfortable, safe and properly treated. They will also have access to the specialised treatment that they need in order to have a better chance of recovering and living a full and healthy life.
The project fundraising is complete and the final building stages are taking place!
Kikuyu Hospital, through assistance from the Presbyterian Church of East Africa (PCEA), provides affordable medical assistance to the people of Limuru who would otherwise not have access to this high quality, often life-saving treatment.
The African Impact Foundation is currently raising the funds needed to build the paediatric ward. The Kenyan Department of Health has committed to furnishing the finished ward with beds and equipment and staffing the ward accordingly.
Completing building of the ward and handing it over to the government will mean that Kikuyu Hospital can admit children to a safe, dedicated ward and administer the specialised treatment they need, thereby saving children’s lives.
Long Term Impact:
The dedicated children’s ward, with specialist equipment and personnel, will flourish into a facility capable of providing quality healthcare to the children of the local community and region at large and as such will contribute to a better life and brighter future for members of the community.
The African Impact Foundation projects in Kenya are based in the Limuru District of Kiambu County in the Central Province of Kenya. The majority of the population in the Central Province are Kikuyu – the largest ethnic group in Kenya. However, due to its close proximity to the capital city, Nairobi, the Limuru area is quickly becoming a cosmopolitan area. Other communities (Luhya, Luo, Kamba, Maasai, Kisii) have settled in Kiambu County as a result of rural-urban migration in pursuit of employment and other economic opportunities.
The project is complete! We have fundraised the total budget that was needed.