Epilepsy Knowledge.

poor access to clinical care and epilepsy medication
is mostly attributable to poor knowledge and awareness
about epilepsy, misleading socio-cultural myths
and beliefs, poverty, stigma, and an ill resourced health system.

More about Epilepsy.

Seizures can have many causes, including brain injury, poisoning, head trauma, or stroke; and these factors are not restricted to any age group, sex, or race.

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Upper Hill Medical Centre 5th Floor Ralph Bunche Road Address: P.O.Box 10257 00100 Nairobi Country: Kenya.

To stay healthy, you need to obtain and continue the treatment until the doctor suggests a change

To stay healthy, you need to obtain and continue the treatment until the doctor suggests a change

Email: info@epilepsykenya.org


31st August 2018

Dr. Symon Kariuki

He is an epilepsy researcher at KEMRI-Wellcome Trust Research programme and a Honorary Research Fellow at University of Oxford, with postgraduate training in epileptology from King’s […]
31st August 2018

Fatuma Chelimo (Assistant secretary)

She assists the secretary to coordinate all activities of NECC. Chelimo also works with E-med Africa Initiative, a mentorship programme for medical students that focuses on […]
31st August 2018

Anderson Kedeki (Treasurer)

Anderson is the Chairman of Kifafa Care and Support Child project, and he is a holder of Diploma in Print Technology from Technical University of Kenya. […]
31st August 2018

Eddie Chengo (Vice-chairperson)

Eddie is a Clinical Officer with an interest in epilepsy. He is involved in the Epilepsy Outreach Program focusing on clinical and research wok under the […]
31st August 2018

Epillose Musimbi (Secretary)

Epillose has served NECC in different capacities previously as assistant secretary and now as the secretary in which position she coordinates activities of NECC. She is […]
11th July 2016

Angaza Kifafa Bank of Africa Caravan

The Angaza Kifafa Bank of Africa Caravan toured Nakuru County on the 7th August 2015 and increased Epilepsy awareness in the region