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Welcome to Kenya Haemophilia Association

 

About Kenya Haemophilia Association

The Kenya Haemophilia Association (KHA) was established in Nairobi in 1979. In 1992, it was recognised as a National Member Organisation (NMO) by the World Federation of Hemophilia (WFH). With this status, it is the official Kenyan patient organisation in charge of representing the rights of all patients living with Haemophilia and allied bleeding disorders in Kenya.

Vision
To achieve the highest standard of care for people living with Haemophilia and other bleeding disorders in Kenya.
Mission
To work together with other stakeholders for the social good and greater benefit of all people living with Haemophilia and other bleeding disorders in Kenya.
Main Objectives:

  1. To provide clinical support, management and care for people living with haemophilia and other bleeding disorders in Kenya;
  2. To lobby the government, agencies and institutions concerned to provide a conducive environment for the holistic management of haemophilia and other bleeding disorders in Kenya;
  3. To create awareness to the general public on haemophilia and other bleeding disorders
  4. To engage in resource mobilisation activities that will facilitate the activities of the Association;
  5. To promote research and education through dissemination of information on haemophilia and other bleeding disorders
  6. To train and build the capacity of care givers involved in management of haemophilia and other bleeding disorders.
 

 

Real Life Stories

   


James Kago
Haemophilic Patient

"My mum recalls I bled a lot during teething. By the time I started crawling, she realised my condition was not normal when my feet and elbows kept swelling whenever I stumbled and hit an object.



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