Please consider a contribution to WiRED in your giving this year. Your generous donations over the years have enabled WiRED’s volunteers to make a profound difference in the lives of struggling populations often overlooked by governments and large institutions.
How can we measure the achievements of WiRED International’s community health workers (CHWs) in Kisumu, Kenya? One way is to look at the numbers. Lillian Dajoh, our manager in Kisumu, began sending CHW deployment reports in July 2020.
WiRED International’s paraprofessional team of community health workers (CHWs) in Kisumu, Kenya, reported another successful month of providing health benefits to their area residents.
WiRED International’s Tony and Edie Hodge Health Screening Clinics (HHSCs) launched in April and are now fully functional in Kisumu, Kenya. The eight-hour clinics will occur monthly in underserved locations around Kisumu and will be
The team of WiRED-trained community health workers (CHWs) in Kisumu, Kenya, reported another month of providing health education to their area residents — despite a severe drought followed by flash flooding.
Taken separately, HIV and tuberculosis (TB) rank as the world’s two most fatal diseases. But existing together, they pose an even deadlier threat. HIV weakens the immune system, increasing the risk of contracting TB, which can
WiRED International is pleased to announce the naming of the “Tony and Edie Hodge Health Screening Clinics” program in grateful memory of the Hodges for their lifelong dedication to helping the poor and their concern for global health.