For the past 30 years, Dawa Life Sciences’ mission has been to provide better quality life for all.

This aligns perfectly with our new initiative to tackle a critical issue faced by many women: period poverty.
-The Challenge: 65% of women and girls in Kenya lack access sanitary pads. This often leads to missed school days, work absences, and even health complications. Traditional disposable options are also not affordable to many.

-Dawa Life Sciences Solution: In October 2023, we launched Hani Menstrual Cup, offering it an affordable cost.

-Dawa Life Sciences’ Festive Solution: We’re excited to announce a new program where we’ll be donating a menstrual cup to a woman in need for every purchase made this Christmas. Menstrual cups are reusable, offering a sustainable & cost-effective alternative to disposable products, empowering women to manage their periods with dignity and confidence.

Here’s how to participate in this Festive’ Challenge:

Together, let’s make a significant difference in the lives of women in need. To learn more about this initiative and discuss how you can get involved contact +254 745660133 or

All payments are to be made to Dawa Limited Paybill:

The menstrual cups will be donated to women and girls at free medical camps from December 2023 to June 2024.
We look forward to partnering with you to create a more empowered and equitable future for women.

We provided free check-up and medicines to 305 individuals, while also supporting 192 women with free Hani menstrual cups at a recent medical camp on Kenyatta Road – Juja, Saturday 25th November 2023.

Empowering communities one medical camp at a time.


Last weekend, Dawa Life Sciences, KEL Chemicals, KWS and the community at Kilimambogo came together for a monumental tree planting initiative.

Guided by the KWS experts, we meticulously planted 1400 trees, carefully selected to thrive in the area’s unique ecosystem. Each tree represented a promise for a cleaner, healthier future for the area and its residents.

The impact of this tree planting event extends far beyond the immediate visual transformation of the landscape. The 1400 trees will serve as green lung, purifying the air, providing shade, and supporting biodiversity. Moreover, they will act as a catalyst for community engagement, encouraging conversations about sustainability, climate change, and the importance of preserving our natural heritage.

As these trees take root and flourish, they serve as a reminder of the potential within us to nurture and protect the environment.

The success of this tree planting event is a story of hope, determination, and the enduring belief that we can, and must, make a difference in the world. Together, we have planted the seeds of a sustainable future, and as these trees grow, so does our collective commitment to preserving the beauty of our planet for generations to come.

#CarbonCredits #Sustainability

We had a remarkable experience at the Universal Healthcare Event, recently held at K.I.C.C, where we had the privilege to showcase our comprehensive pharmaceuticals portfolio aimed at advancing accessible and affordable healthcare solutions for Kenya and the region.

The Event served as a platform for passionate discussions about the future of healthcare accessibility and affordability. It was inspiring to connect with policymakers, healthcare professionals, and innovators who are dedicated to ensuring that healthcare is a fundamental right for every individual, regardless of their background or location.

We unveiled our diverse range of pharmaceutical products, each meticulously crafted to address a spectrum of health needs. From life-saving medications to innovative treatments, our portfolio reflects our commitment to creating a healthier country, healthier Africa. We were honored to meet the President. H.E William S. Ruto, Health CS Susan Nakhumicha, Nairobi Governor Sakaja Johnson and Pharmacy and Poisons Board C.E.O, Dr. Fred Siyoi among other delegates.

We are immensely proud of the partnerships we have cultivated with healthcare providers, governments, and other organizations; Together, we are working towards the common goal of making essential medications accessible to all. Our collaborative efforts continue to drive progress, enabling us to reach underserved communities and transform lives.

Feel free to reach out and connect with our team; Together, For Better.

Dawa Life Sciences team shared an exciting experience during the Faraja Cancer Walk /Run held at Muguga grounds, Karlo. As silver sponsors for the event which had over 1000 attendees, it was a collective journey towards strengthening our bonds, promoting wellness, and fostering a spirit of teamwork.

We stepped out into nature, leaving behind our desks and devices, to breathe in the fresh air and soak in the natural beauty around us. There’s something incredibly refreshing about taking our meetings from the boardroom to the open trails, connecting with each other amidst the rustling leaves and the gentle breeze.

As we walked and ran side by side, we shared stories, laughter, and encouragement. These shared moments created a sense of belonging and solidarity among us. It was inspiring to witness the determination and support we offered one another, embodying the true essence of teamwork. Together, we pushed our boundaries and celebrated every step, reinforcing the importance of collaboration both on and off the track.

We celebrated not just the distance covered, but the effort, determination, and team spirit that powered us forward.

The positivity and energy from our walk/run activity will continue to resonate within our team. It’s a reminder that when we work together, support one another, and celebrate each other’s successes, there’s no limit to what we can achieve.

A big thank you to the entire team for their enthusiasm and dedication. Here’s to more shared experiences, more achievements, and more steps taken together!

Feel free to reach out and connect with our team; Together, For Better.

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:


Our Animal Health division Medisel Kenya Limited had an incredible experience at a recent Veterinary Event where we had the opportunity to showcase our cutting-edge products for the healthcare and well-being of livestock and pets.

From insightful seminars to hands-on demonstrations, the event was a hub of knowledge exchange for veterinary professionals and pet enthusiasts alike. We were delighted to engage with passionate veterinarians, researchers, and fellow pet lovers, discussing the latest advancements in veterinary science and pet care.

We unveiled a range of innovative products designed to enhance the health and happiness of our animal companions. From advanced diagnostic tools to state-of-the-art wellness solutions, our products are tailored to meet the diverse needs of pets, ensuring they lead healthy and fulfilling lives.

We extend our heartfelt gratitude to everyone who visited our booth, shared their experiences, and discussed the future of veterinary medicine with us. Your insights are invaluable and inspire us to continue pushing the boundaries of innovation in the field.

Feel free to reach out and connect with our team; Together, For Better.

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.