The coronavirus is a serious public health emergency, but it is not the only primary health challenge facing Kibera. At CFK, we are taking action to mitigate the COVID-19 pandemic in Kibera while continuing to maintain critical healthcare services. Our Tabitha Medical Clinic remains open, but we have limited patient numbers, implemented a mask policy, and setaside an isolation room for potential coronavirus cases. We have also provided our staff with robust training and essential personal protective equipment (PPE).
Learn more from Primary Healthcare Coordinator, EddahOgogo, about how we have adapted our primary healthcare programs and operations.
After completing information and communications technology courses through CFK's entrepreneurship and economic development program, Andrew Otieno Odongo studied coding at the Moringa school and now works at a health-tech startup.
Board Treasurer, Francis Kibet, discusses how CFK furthered its mission while expanding its impact during 2020 and the COVID-19 pandemic. He believes that CFK's model and programs will only continue to grow.