For Pamela A. Nasimiyu, January 10, 2021 marked the beginning of a journey she never could have anticipated. She labored for days at home by the time she was rushed to the hospital, she was so weak.

As she was in the recovery, she got to learn that her child was stillborn and later realized that she was leaking urine uncontrollably, right there and then, her life took a turn for the worst.

Our teams are working relentlessly to increase public awareness on reproductive health matters with a focus on cervical cancer, HIV/AIDs and Obstetric fistula.

With close monitoring and assistance from our Bungoma field officer, December 2022, Pamela’s reconstructive surgery was successful and her fistula fixed rendering her dry and normal once again at Gynocare women’s hospital. Focused on changing her narrative, Pamela joined our Mumias rehabilitation and reintegration program in July of 2023.

Today, Pamela enjoys life, she’s free spirited, often laughs and reminds us that even when navigating daunting phases, joy is not out of reach.

Your generosity and support makes all the difference, every time you give through https://cpmove-wadadian2.local/donate/ or M-Pesa Paybill 400222 account 314213# raise awareness you enable us provide free reproductive health oriented outreach and sensitization activities throughout and connect those suffering to much needed treatment services.

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