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Mfangano Island is home to 26,000 Suba and Luo people who live in remote fishing villages near the Kenya-Uganda boundary waters.
We’ve enrolled and tested over
EK club members!
Our cadre of community health workers are trained in first response, urgent care coordination, and patient advocacy to ensure mothers and babies reach care in times of critical emergencies.
Day and night, the EK Boat transports Mfangano residents in need of critical emergency care, often at mainland hospitals, a lake away
EK FM- “Suba Youth Radio” is Africa’s first wind-powered radio station. Today, our youth presenters are broadcasting in the endangered Suba language to over 200,000 people in Western Kenya.
The “EK” is our HQ on Mfangano: our solar-powered field station, farm and tree nursery, community training facility, mountain bike shop, and favorite lunch spot.