Last week I shared a post from my friends at Flawntit here. We were introduced to Keziah Okanga an Ostomy survivor and advocate, and Sally Kwenda who is living with ostomy. These beautiful, strong ladies are sharing their story in order to raise awareness of ostomy and the conditions that ostomates in Kenya have to live with. 

In part two of the series here, the ladies share how ostomy supplies are not readily available or affordable to many ostomates in Kenya, and also of the appalling lack of qualified personnel to help ostomates adjust to their conditions. Please read the rest of their story here

You can read part one of the series here

Please read and share the story. Let’s come together to raise awareness on ostomy, and help ostomates in Kenya enjoy a better quality of life. 


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