The September community health worker (CHW) report from Kisumu, Kenya, shows that 12 WiRED International-trained CHWs reached a total of 6,538 people with health services. This monthly number is the highest recorded in 2022!
What is alcohol dependence? How is alcohol consumption measured? Is there a definition for “moderate drinking”? To answer these questions and many more, WiRED International just completed a Quitting Alcohol for Health module.
WiRED International-trained community health workers (CHWs) confront a staggering number of health concerns during a single month — ranging from gender-based violence to pneumonia, heart disease, bipolar disorder, drug abuse and dengue fever.
WiRED International is pleased to report the donation of an X-ray machine and a TrueNat molecular tuberculosis testing machine to the KUAP-Pandipieri clinic in Kisumu, Kenya, where WiRED community health workers (CHWs) are headquartered.
WiRED International reports that during the month of June 2022, 12 community health workers (CHWs) in Kisumu, Kenya, reached a total of 5,408 people with health services. Working 24 hours per
Why is continuing medical education (CME) essential to doctors, nurses and especially community health workers (CHWs) in low-resource countries? WiRED International answers this question in an article entitled “A Continuing Medical Education Program for Community Healthy Workers in Underserved Regions of the World.”
WiRED International reports that during the month of May 2022, 12 community health workers (CHWs) in Kisumu, Kenya, reached a total of 5,504 people with health services. Working 24 hours per week, each of the 12 CHWs met with at least 52
WiRED International is proud to announce the graduation of our second community health worker (CHW) training class in Kisumu, Kenya. The new group of 16 finished the challenging 140-hour course, based on World Health Organization
In 2001 WiRED began to open information centers throughout Kenya where anyone could come and learn about health and disease, individually or in groups. Then, people largely sought information about HIV/AIDS.
Some monthly observances can be amusing, such as April’s Unicorn Day, Blah Blah Blah Day, National Talk Like Shakespeare Day, Tell a Lie Day and Zipper Day. However, monthly health observances not only call attention