Welcome to Rachael K Foundation. Commited to support others with special needs.

Health And Medication

Mothers and children need better access to good medical care. For this, we help by facilitating registration and payment of NHIF(National Hospital Insurance Fund) for the families we support to ensure that they are be able to access free healthcare services from government medical facilities for the entire year. This covers the beneficiaries as well as the entire family.
We have partnered with the Cerebral Palsy Society of Kenya in Nairobi which offers physiotherapy services to our children with Cerebral Palsy in Nairobi. We have also partnered with ROW Foundation USA which has helped donate Epilepsy medication, trade-marked Roweepra, to the underserved and poor families that cannot afford the epilepsy medication that has proved to be very costly. The foundation has also helped by providing therapy sessions for individuals with special needs that cannot afford to pay for the services.

We have been fortunate to have our new advisory board member Dr. Stanley Simiyu, who has a vast background in non-governmental organization field of work and has worked with various not for profit organization in Kenya. Dr. Simiyu has now joined Rachael K Foundation at the capacity of a medical expert and advisor to the organization.

Registration And Payment Of NHIF

Facilitating Therapy Services

Partnership With Row Foundation

ROW Foundation has partnered with Rachael K Foundation to grant an ongoing supply of the anti-seizure medication Roweepra® (levetiracetam USP). The medication donated by OWP Pharmaceuticals will be dispensed to beneficiaries in Kenya who live with epilepsy, which affects 30 to 50 percent of children with epilepsy. The medication donated by OWP pharmaceutical will be dispensed to beneficiaries identified by Rachael K Foundation in Kenya who live with epilepsy, which affects 30-50 percent of children with epilepsy.