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Interview with a NICU mum

This is your baby, he's absolutely tiny, but he's in the best of hands. Gabriel at 36 weeks The Friends of Kijabe podcast was created to share real voices of Kijabe Hospital heroes, speaking about faith, life and work at Kijabe.  Often these heroes are staff, but...

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Kijabe Inspiration

As we approach our 5th anniversary in Kijabe, Arianna and I spent the day looking through memories.  We found some absolute gems that I think you'll love too.    Arianna wrote the three stories below some years ago.  Please...

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Kijabe Compassion

What does compassion look like?   Above are compassionate healers at Kijabe hospital, including members of the latest Kairos course, learning about cross-cultural mission work. . .and even dressing the part!   Update on the Mt. Kenya Challenge:...

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Words of Encouragement

"Compassion starts by understanding the hearts of others."  - Joseph, Maternity "You have shown us that every mother and every child is precious, no matter the outcome." - Dr. Steere "Even if Kenya forgets you, my family will never forget you." -...

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Art in Kijabe

You're doubtless familiar with term the Art of Medicine, made popular by Sir William Osler: “The practice of medicine is an art, based on science.” What would happen if the idea was around and medicine viewed as art?   Following is a visual...

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Mt. Kenya Challenge

A private family foundation in Melbourne Australia approached Friends of Kijabe in early 2019 with a unique proposal to incentivize planned giving.  Immediate gifts up to $40,000 and monthly gifts up to $80,000 will be matched.  After much discussion about...

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