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With the help of Dr. Amos Otedo, we have already conducted many medical screening events at the former Victory Christian School (VCS) building​ and elsewhere. The focus is to screen for diseases such as diabetes mellitus, hypertension, cancers, as well as many communicable diseases like Malaria, Pneumonia, and HIV. IKI most recently conducted a screening event serving over 300 patients including 75 children. Further screenings will be carried out over 16 sites in the communities of the greater Kisumu and Siaya counties. Learn more about our plans to construct a dedicated hospital and better provide quality health care below

​Dr. Otedo meeting with the Kenyan Minister of health and the Mayor of Kisumu County

Dr. Otedo




With your help, we have begun construction on the VCS expansion in Kadawa village! The construction of the VCS expansion is being done entirely by local small business, infusing capital back into the local economy.

Kadawa Village Construction
Access to health care is very difficult in rural Kenya, with an estimated 30% of people either unable to reach or afford health services. Additionally, the doctor to patient ratio in a general outpatient clinic or government hospital is 1 to 19,000 in Kisumu county and 1 to 21,000 in Siaya county. Which is why IKI plans to construct a dedicated community hospital to provide quality, affordable healthcare
Our initial priorities will be the accommodation of out-patients, consultation rooms, 50 beds for in patients, X-ray capability, laboratory with blood storage capacity, a surgical theater with 2 operating beds allowing simultaneous surgeries. Our long term goals include:
  • 200 in patient beds, 3 surgical theaters, C-T and MRI machines, physiotherapy unit, and research laboratory
  • Education of medical students and partnership with US medical schools for tele-medicine
  • Partnerships with local government and the national health care insurance provider (NHIF) ​