The medical camp held in Madrasatul Taqwa, Marsabit was a success; we partnered with NOFMA, a medical association of young healthcare providers from Northern Kenya. The dedicated team of medical professionals provided essential care to 308 patients. Through unity and compassion, we’re breaking boundaries to ensure a healthier future for all.
The camp held on August 19th aimed at providing accessible and essential healthcare services and promote health awareness to the local community, particularly those who lack access to health services due to financial constraints. The camp brought together a team of medics, volunteers, village elders and community members.
We are pleased to be actively engaged in significant initiatives that are yielding positive effects on the health and education sectors within our communities. For more information, reach out: firstname.lastname@example.org
Cardiovascular diseases remain the leading cause of death globally. In Kenya, estimates show that 25% of hospital admissions and 13% of deaths in Kenya are due to CVD.
It was a great pleasure to be part of the 40th Kenya Cardiac Society Annual Scientific Congress; Dawa Life Sciences aims to promote awareness about cardiovascular disease and treatment options. Members in attendance included cardiologists, physicians, nurses, clinical officers, and other allied health professionals from across all counties in Kenya and from both public and private health institutions. #BetterQualityLifeForAll
Cardiovascular disease (CVD) remains a formidable health challenge, affecting millions worldwide. This silent threat encompasses a range of conditions, including coronary heart disease, heart failure, stroke, and high blood pressure. The prevalence of CVD is attributed to lifestyle choices, genetic factors, and underlying health conditions. Amidst these alarming statistics, it is crucial to raise awareness about the significance of heart health. Regular exercise, a balanced diet, stress management, and quitting smoking are pivotal steps in preventing CVD. Early detection through regular check-ups and embracing healthy habits can pave the way towards a healthier heart and a brighter future.
Together, let us take the reins of our cardiovascular health, as knowledge and action are the keys to conquer this preventable yet potentially life-threatening disease.
Our hearts swelled with joy as we joined hands with KEL chemicals and Kenya Wildlife Association for an incredible tree planting initiative this past Saturday.
Led by our Managing Director, Dr. Ajay Patel, we planted over 300 trees and donated exotic trees to the community in Kilimambogo Area. This is an initiative to encourage planting of trees even at the community level. We thank Kenya Wildlife Association and the Friends of Ol Donyo Sabuk National park for such a successful joint activity.
Together, we united to make a positive impact on our beautiful planet, one tree at a time.
Our team at the Kenya Diabetes Study Group scientific conference, in Nairobi.
We were honored to share our product portfolio with over 200 members from the professional association in Kenya.
Empowering our sales team with comprehensive training on one of the latest breakthroughs in anticoagulation therapy, #Apixaban. Dawa Life Sciences aims to provide healthcare solutions that address the evolving needs of patients and societies.
“We are excited to discuss Apixaban with physicians, orthopedic surgeons and cardiologists. Our brand, Xaban is now launched and available in Nairobi, Mombasa, Nakuru, Eldoret, Mt Kenya and Kisumu regions. ” Francis Waweru, Product Manager.
Dawa Life Sciences and Siri Gurdwara Thika in conjunction with Lions Sight First Eye hospital & Lion’s Club Chania Falls held a free medical camp at Immaculate Heart Mission Hospital in Kilimambogo. Free checkups included general, dental, diabetes, blood pressure and eye checkup.
Over 500 people from Thika were attended to by qualified medical specialists. Later we all had lunch provided by Ramgarhia Youth Organization.
“We are exploring ways to partner with other private health entities to offer better health services to the people at the grassroots” Dr. Raju Mohindra, Dawa Life Sciences and Thika Level 5 Hospital Chairman.
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Other sponsors included Medanta Africare, Lab & Allied, Hindu Council of Kenya, Malbros and Capwell Industries.
The team from AAR Hospital visited Dawa Life Sciences. ‘Pharmaceuticals contribute to improved life expectancy and quality of life for our patients. It was a pleasure meeting with Dawa Life Sciences, a local drug manufacturer to explore ways of increasing the proportion of our demand met by locally manufactured products that are affordable and of high quality. Kenya is working towards becoming a regional manufacturing hub by 2030.” Joyce Sitonic, AAR hospital
It was a great pleasure interacting with the team as we continue partnering to provide a better-quality life for all in Kenya.
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Our team at the Kenya association of physicians scientific conference, in Kisumu.
We were honored to share our Diabetes product portfolio with over 200 members from the professional association representing physicians in Kenya.
Dawa Life Sciences donated medicines to Thika Level 5 and Kisii Level 4 Hospitals. Watch the news coverage here: Dawa life Sciences kũheana ũteithio wa ndawa cia mĩthemba itiganĩte kũrĩ Thibitarĩ ya Thika Level 5 – YouTube
The medicines included pain killers, antibiotics and medical devices.
In partnership with public and private institutions, we are working to meet health needs and impact lives in the communities we operate in. The team was led by head of sales, branded division, Mr. Sumeer Raina.
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Our visit to Strathmore university marks the beginning of a partnership that will enable students to receive practical experience in Dawa Life Sciences.
The students will be able to demonstrate relevant knowledge and skills within a real work environment.
We look forward to the impact that the program will have on the young people.