"She has been serving the people living with HIV for all those years not giving up working in the slums and during this time of COVID she has been ensuring they get there drugs even taking them to their homes.
That is much dedication"
"Rachel is the most amazing woman and has so much energy for not only going above and beyond as her duties as a nurse for people, but she is also a nurse for the Environment. She not only organizes massive tree growing drives around Kibwezi/Mtito but also clean up days for the towns and villages in between with the Kibwezi WellWishers Group"
"Dr. Barasa is a pediatrician and she really loves kids. Ön a daily basis she operates between Naivasha District Hospital and Avenue hospital ensuring safe deliveries by our mothers and babies are safe amidst this COVID pandemic.
She also volunteers her medical services at Ubuntu in Mai Mahiu. "
"She puts patients’ interests first before hers. She is selfless.
Brenda works so hard and has great plans for her medical career sometimes she forgets about herself and to rest. This treat will be ideal for her to unwind, experience time in nature and rejuvenate!"
"Under COVID 19 she has dedicated her service to provide health care and forgone to stay with her only son. Currently taking care of HIV patients providing medicine and following up on those who abscond on picking up drugs!
Lastly not forgetting that she is a passionate advocate in appealing for O(-) negative blood donation for patient in need anytime an appeal is made."
"A nurse has the courage to care for others as they would care for their own family member, saves lives for a living, and has the strength to carry out the duties required of a nurse. "
"Patrick is a very kind and honest person. The medical field is lucky to have him as one of theirs. I've known him since his college years and I don't think I've met anyone as committed to his craft as Patrick! He is very passionate and loves his job."
"She's a very committed and hardworking doctor. Her industry is unlike anyone else I know in the field. She's very passionate about Medicine and the corona virus just came out of the blue as a stumbling block. Now she's on the frontline saving lives while risking her life."
"Since the pandemic struck, she has barely taken off days.
It does not help that her husband lost his job so the weight of caring for patients is heavier with that of supporting her family during this tough period."
Gacharage-ini Village, Mathioya,
Murang’a county, Kenya
24 HOURS A DAY