Projects & Programs

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25th October

Visiting Nairobi

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27th October


Handmade figures from African children. All funds will go into rebuilding school after the flood.

27th October

Charity Dinner

We’ve invited best chefs from Europe. All funds will go into African Children Health Care Program.

Our Projects

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 The global impact of antimicrobial resistance is decimating, threatening to slow down progress against numerous infections. Albeit most anti-microbial resistant micro-organisms initially rose in hospitals, drug-resistant strains are becoming more common in the community. Factors that encourage antimicrobial resistance in the communities are mainly behavioral. These include; irrational antimicrobial use, ineffective infection control programs, and poor sanitation and hygiene. An approach that influences positive behavior change will help to minimize the problem of antimicrobial resistance.

 We engage a lot with community leaders and the residents in solving the crisis of antimicrobial resistance in the settlements.  We train our volunteers to engage in community empowerment. Among the key issues we tackle are: educating the community members and initiating projects on appropriate use of antimicrobials (adherence to dosage, self-medication, infection prevention and control (vector control, hygiene and sanitation, proper waste disposal and immunization) and healthcare financing (educating residents on appropriate health-seeking behaviors, empowering them on financial literacy)


We organize short courses, seminars, training workshops, discussion forums and virtual webinars to educate students on Antimicrobial Resistance and Antimicrobial stewardship.  We focus on shaping behavior in terms of routine monitoring and surveillance of AMR, provision and use of local susceptibility data, use of standard treatment guidelines and clinical pathways, and control of pharmaceutical promotion. Our goal is usually to create positive behavior change in terms of prescribing, administering, dispensing and use of antibiotics as well as raising AMR champions who can disseminate the same information.

We operate in high schools, colleges, universities, youth centers and other tertiary level institutions. Our sensitization programs are customized to the audience. We have designed a one health approach based on the fact that same microbes infect animals and humans as they share the eco-systems they live in. Drug-resistant microbes can be transmitted between animals and humans through direct contact between animals and humans or through contaminated food, so to effectively contain it, a well-coordinated approach in humans and in animals is required.

Antimicrobial stewardship seeks to achieve optimal clinical outcomes related to antimicrobial use; minimize toxicity and adverse events; reduce the costs of health care for infections; and limit the selection of antimicrobial resistant strains.


The rates of antimicrobial resistance has outpaced the discovery of novel antibiotics. No new major types of antibiotics have been developed in over 30 years while antibiotic use has risen to 40% in the past 15 years. This creates a big void which in research which we aim to tackle.

Under innovation, we are working on discovering alternative treatment regimens. Our hub also designs innovative solutions for conducting AMR awareness. Currently, we are developing programs where the use of art can be incorporated effectively in the fight against AMR. We also support students with innovative projects through capacity building and also connecting them with relevant corporations.

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