Safe Circumcision Training for Haemophilia Patients

Haemophilia is a medical condition in which the ability of the blood to clot is severely reduced, causing the sufferer to bleed severely from even a slight injury. The condition is typically caused by a hereditary lack of a coagulation factor, most often factor VIII and factor IX.

The safe circumcision training was held at Kenyatta National Hospital on 28th March - 1st April 2022 with 40 participants including doctors and nurses. It was lead by Dr.  Peter, Chairperson of Kenya Haemophilia Association and benefited more than 90 patients. 

Launch of Accelerating Access to Blood Disorders Care in Kenya and Tanzania Project

Patients with blood disorders will be supported to get rapid access to care thanks to the recently launched Accelerating Access to Blood Disorders Care in Kenya and Tanzania Project.

The 3-year joint project is a joint collaboration of Kenya Haemophilia Association (KHA), Novo Nordisk Haemophilia Foundation (NNHF), Novo Nordisk Foundation (NNF) and Muhimbili National Hospital in Tanzania.

Opening of haemophilia clinic in Voi

Kenya Haemophilia Association [KHA] in collaboration with Novo Nordisk Haemophilia Foundation [NNHF] visited Voi to open the first joint clinic for haemophilia and other bleeding disorders.

KHA has been undertaking serious infrastructural developments towards enhancing care for patients with haemophila and other bleeding disorders.

Haemophilia Youth of Africa workshop in Mauritius

Patients in Africa with haemophilia and other bleeding disorders between ages of 18-35 met in Mauritius to participate in the first workshop of its own kind on leadership and community engagement to empower them in supporting their national member organization in the continent.

A total of 14 participants from English speaking countries were invited for a two-day workshop.