CFK Healthcare Staff Featured as Frontline Heroes

CFK Community Health Volunteers walking in Kibera

While the COVID-19 pandemic continues to create new healthcare challenges and exacerbate existing ones, our staff are on the frontlines continuing to provide quality healthcare and support the Kibera community. As they and healthcare workers around the world are dedicating their lives to the support of others during this difficult time, it is critical that we recognize and thank them for their hard work. Since the start of the pandemic, we have seen parades, moments of silence, and entire cities coming together to celebrate their healthcare workers from home, and we have heard stories from frontline responders that have inspired us and given us hope.

Thanks to the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, in partnership with Save the Children, Malaria No More, and Global Citizen, we have a new way to support and celebrate our healthcare workers. Many of our staff members were recently featured as “Frontline Heroes,” as part of an inspiring initiative that features firsthand video accounts from healthcare workers on the frontline of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Click here to share messages of support for Frontline Heroes and learn more about their experiences, the challenges they are facing, and, most importantly, what keeps them going.


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Stories of Progress

CFK 2020 ORG Impact Award Finalist
CFK Named Finalist for 2020 .ORG Impact Awards
Carolina for Kibera (CFK) is pleased to announce that we have been selected as a finalist for the 2020 .ORG Impact Awards. Winners will be announced during a 10-day event beginning November 30.
Emphasizing the Importance of Mental Health
By integrating mental health services into existing CFK programs, psychological counselor, Elmard Rigan, hopes to help debunk myths and address the stigma surrounding the topic.
CFK Tabitha Festo
Sacrificing for Success: A Tribute to Tabitha Festo
With $26, a personal sacrifice, and a fierce commitment to serving her community, Tabitha Festo, a Kiberan nurse, laid the foundation for CFK in 2000 when she opened a 24/7 clinic attached to her home.