NEWS

FILM SHOW

In August 2013, panahf held a fund raising film show that raised funds to operate on patients picked up during the kabarak screening. The event was the premier show of Chennai Express in Nairobi and received an incredibly positive feed-back, in fact the show was oversubscribed. It was also covered by a local magazine Asian Weekly which raised awareness about the NGO and its work in Kenya. Due to its...

KABARAK SCREENING

Pan Africa Heart Foundation in conjunction with Kabarak University held a mass Rheumatic Heart Valve Disease screening at Kabarak University, Nakuru, on 6th April 2013. The screening was held for a population comprising of Moi High School students, Kabarak University students and people from the surrounding area. The event was graced by the presence of Former President of Kenya and Chancellor of Kabarak University, His Excellency Daniel Moi; the British...

MISSIONS

As part of its aims, we undertake missions in Africa to support local cardiac surgery programmes. Missions are planned several months in advance working closely with local hospital and corporate partners to ensure best results and maximum teaching opportunities Nairobi, Kenya - February 2012 In February 2012, PANAHF flew to Kenya to carry out a RHVD screening programme along with four cases of open heart surgery. PANAHF successfully signed a MOU...

TARA’S PRESENTATION

Tara, aged 13, has very close links with the founder of PANAHF and decided to give a presentation around how the charity helps, who it helps and what the aims are. While diseases of poverty remain the scourge of sub-Saharan Africa, there is another killer that is rapidly gaining a foothold in the continent - ischaemic (coronary) heart disease. This is the leading cause of death in the Western World...

MARY SUCCESS STORY

PANAHF subsidised the treatment for Mary Muthoni carried out at Aga Khan University Hospital, Nairobi (AKUHN) Mary is a 39yr old lady living in Kangemi slums on the outskirts of Nairobi with her 7 children. She had a severely narrowed mitral valve with high pressures in her lungs. Due to this a second valve on her right side was leaking. Mary was severely short of breath and without surgery she...

KENYA’S VP, KALONZO MUSYOKA COMMENDS EFFORTS OF PANAHF

After meeting PANAHF during October 2011 mission, Kenya’s vice president, Kalonzo Musyoka has praised the work of the charity and founder Mr Raj Jutley for financing and saving the life of Pennina Wekesa. The vice president has since visited Penina and praised PANAHF for their outstanding humane action. Click here to read the full story in the Kenyan Post.

ABOUT PANAHF
PANAHF is a non-profit making NGO charitable organisation registered in the UK and Kenya. Our aims are targeted at both primary prevention and specialised treatment of cardiovascular disease.

STAY CONNECTED
United Kingdom:
UK Charity Commission Number 1138922
14 Park Row, Nottingham, NG1 6GR

Kenya:
P.O. Box 59915-00200 Nairobi, Kenya
+254 (0)738 567 300
info@panahf.org


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