PROVEN TRACK RECORD - 52 MILLION AND COUNTING
We partner with vulnerable populations to address their complex challenges and strive to minimize our organizational footprint by working with a systems view through organizations already on the ground.
Initiatives are supported by and help create social enterprises as well as other sustainability approaches to house, scale, and maintain innovations and ensure their financial sustainability to benefit community partners over the long-term.
Our current portfolio of initiatives is an ever-evolving cycle of research, quality improvement, and business development. We are constantly nurturing new projects in a variety of areas, each supported by subject matter experts that are leaders in their respective fields.
(KENYA INNOVATIVE MANUFACTURING SPACE AND SOCIAL ENTERPRENEURSHIP ACADEMY)
An innovative education, enablement, and entrepreneurship/maker space for vulnerable populations.
How do we continue to grow and sustain ICChange initiatives while also supporting vulnerable populations and create a physical manifestation of the ICChange problem-solving method? KIMSSEA is a coworking manufacturing space and start-up incubator mentoring and empowering the next generation of East Africans to solve the problems most important to them.
Access to clean, potable water for 140,000
How can we reduce the high prevalence of diarrheal illness in children under 5 years in Kenya? From pounding clay and stone by hand to mass production, the KCP is a safe, affordable, tamper-proof point of use filter supplying potable water and limiting the spread of waterborne illnesses.
(KIBERA MEDICAL RECORDS INITIATIVE)
Providing over 100,000 slum dwellers with access to cloud base electronic health records
Can the largest urban slum in Africa house an effective electronic medical records system? KMRI answered the question with an evidence-based multi-facility, secure Electronic Health Record (EHR) program approved by the Kenyan Ministry of Health. It creates a protected medical identity for individuals, promoting collaboration and increasing the standard of and access to care.
(KENYA TRAUMA AND INJURY PROGRAM)
Delivering a comprehensive trauma and injury program for 52,000,000 Kenyans
How can we decrease mortality and morbidity due to injury? KTIP delivered by developing a framework and trauma registry through interdisciplinary partnerships across an international network of non-profit, academic, and government partners.
HELP US EXPAND OUR IMPACT
Over the last 15 years we have launched 4 major initiatives, created 6 social enterprise spin offs,
been involved in important advocacy efforts and collaborated with over 40 local and international partners.
If you are interested in helping us scale, get in touch.