JMHSK - Dedicated to helping those who suffer from hemophilia

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Join us

Join us and take part in this upcoming activity:

World Hemophilia Day
17th April 
World Hemophilia Day is an international observance held annually on April 17 by the Word Federation of Hemophilia. It is an awareness day for hemophilia and other bleeding disorders, which also serves to raise funds and attract volunteers for the WFH.
Download and fill our membership application form

About Us


The purpose of the society is to provide service and support to persons with hemophilia or other clotting disorders and their families. Read more

Our Programs


JMHSK runs a number of programs aimed at education; support and offering affordable medical help to those living with hemophilia. Read More

 

Annual Events


17th April: We celebrate World Hemophilia Day

25th April: Family Day as it marks Jose Memorial Day

How you can help


We rely on the generous support of individuals and groups to provide services, education and support for people living with hemophilia and other bleeding disorders. Read More

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Our Team Our Team

 

Our Vision

Healthy, active and empowered citizens living with Hemophilia

 

Our Mission

To provide comprehensive care, medical support and service to people with Hemophilia through registration, provision of treatment, education and training.

 

Our Programs

Medical Programs


One of the Society’s ultimate goals is to provide comprehensive care meaning that along with factor replacement therapy, patients receive physiotherapy, dental hygiene, genetic counselling, diagnostics, psychosocial therapy, orthopedics and surgical care. 

Organizational Programs


The society was launched on 17th April 2009 during the World Hemophilia Day (WHD) at the MP Shah Hospital to give it credibility and to create awareness on a wider scale. The media was present at the launch in an effort to inform the public of the presence and purpose of the society.

Family Programs


In Kenya, the pressure to provide basic medical care leaves families on the sidelines. Many families are reluctant and afraid to assert their needs and have thus learnt to be helpless and hopeless, and suffer in silence.

Government Lobbying


The society cannot achieve its vision of comprehensive Hemophilia care without the government’s support. Hemophilia is rare and the government faces other urgent medical needs thus our case can get lost in the many voices crying for government attention.

 

Fund Raising & Public Awareness

 

 

As public awareness on the society is raised, more people will contribute to its success. The society will endeavor to run both of these concurrently to ensure success as they are intimately related. We undertake to identify the stakeholders listed below and create linkages.

Funding source include:

  1. The government
  2. Private Individuals
  3. Corporations and Businesses
  4. The General Public

 

 

 

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