Kenya Medical Mission

Kenya Project

Every year approx 2454 women are diagnosed with Cervical Cancer in Kenya.  Every year 1676 women die from Cervical Cancer  in Kenya.(WHO/ICO HPV and related Cancers Summary report update 2010)

Forty four percent of unwell Kenyan’s do not seek medical care because they are hindered by cost. (Allianz Healthcare in Kenya report)

In February 2014, the Kenyan Medical Mission project hope to send volunteers to help with Diabetes screening, Hypertension screening  and Cervical Cancer screening.

The project will run in partnership with HOPE worldwide UK and HOPE Kenya.

Between the dates 19th February and 23rd February 2014, once a team of volunteers and funds for medical supplies and equipment have been secured,  a medical mission will be sent out to Nairobi, Kenya.

We are putting out a call for any:

If you are inspired to serve the poor by using your gifts, talents and skills. Please email  to express an interest, or ask any questions.

If you would like to support the project financially please give via,       The Kenya Project 2014.