Jiggers Clinic

February 25, 2024
by Swahiba@OlympicDrive

The Jiggers Clinic, held in collaboration with Light Mission Africa, and Rays of Care Kenya was both heartening and bittersweet. We successfully educated 120 students and 11 elderly individuals about the dangers of jigger infestation and the significance of maintaining hygiene. Additionally, they were treated for jiggers and provided with socks and shoes.

However, it was disheartening to realize that there are still numerous other victims in different locations who have yet to receive assistance. Nonetheless, we remain optimistic, trusting in divine connections to accelerate our efforts to make a meaningful difference.

We extend our deepest gratitude to our partners and friends who have consistently supported us in this endeavour.

To get involved

Donate Online: https://bit.ly/tabasamu

Get in touch info@swahiba.org




Submit a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Bringing Hope: Empowering Widows in Kibera

Bringing Hope: Empowering Widows in Kibera

In Kibera, the communities we serve, it is traditionally the man’s responsibility to provide for the family. Most of these families survive on just $3 a day, which presents a significant challenge. The situation becomes even more dire when the breadwinner passes away,...

read more


Since the day I decided to go to Kenya for missions, I knew I was going to learn a lot, but nothing could have prepared me for this. It is one thing to hear stories about the change God can bring, but a completely different experience to see the transformation...

read more

Pin It on Pinterest

Share This