COVID 19 update

Following a recent government press conference on 29 March 2021 and moving along Stage 1a of the roadmap, we wanted to let you know we are still here for you. We continue to follow Government and National Youth Agency Guidance and are still able to provide services with additional measures in place to do this in a controlled and safe way. For our updates on COVID and how to get help and support please click here.

The health clinic

Funded by a UK Rotary club, the health clinic was built in late 2014 and gives medical facilities for the school and wider community. It is at the front of the school so it shares the school’s solar electricity, the water, broadband and night time security. Equipped with 2 consulting rooms, a recovery room and a reception, it can also be used for minor operations. Using a school classroom, it is also used for educating the community about health issues.
Consultations at the health clinic are heavily subsidised, with a typical visit to the doctor or nurse costing 50 Kshs (about £0.35, $0.50). The difference between the actual cost and the subsidised cost is made up by Osiligi. It typically costs around £330 or $500 per month to subsidise the clinic. We are aiming to have the clinic self funding by around 2019.
We are keen to encourage specialist doctors, surgeons, dentists etc. to visit and help the children and community. If you have suitable skills, please contact us.