Who We Are

Healthcare and hospitalization in Kenya is very expensive, bankrupting families both financially and emotionally. Fueled by the rise in prevalence of non-communicable diseases like cancers and cardiovascular diseases, the crisis has 1 Million Kenyans pushed below the poverty line each New Year.

We are bridging this gap by delivering quality affordable and reliable clinical and supportive care at the patient’s own home. We achieve this by building a network of healthcare workers who are connected to patients in need of care nearest to them.

We also empower patients and their families to take care of themselves through training on basic caregiving skills as well as health education at 2USD per day.

Our online platform connects buyers of homecare equipment to sellers of used and affordable homecare equipment.

Our Mission

To alleviate the economic & emotional effects of long term hospital stays for chronically ill patients and their families.

Our Vision

Dismantling healthcare injustices by ensuring equitable access to affordable, comprehensive, and compassionate care for all individuals, regardless of their socioeconomic status, geographic location, or cultural background

Our Leadership Team

Naom Monari

Chief Executive Officer & Founder

Rosemary Mideva

Healthcare Manager

Erick Kilonzi

Clinical case manager

Godwin Ouma

Chief Financial Officer

Dennis Mulimi

Operations Manager

Deborah Kemuma

Research Coordinator

Dorcas Moraa

HR business partner

Paul Osiemo

Chief Technology Officer

Advisory Team

Research and Medical Innovation Advisory

Dr. Albanus Mutisya

Lecturer, Jomo Kenyatta University

Dr. James Kahura

Nephrologist, Murang'a County

Salome Kimani

Chief Nursing Officer, Murang'a County

Peter Monda

Lecturer, Jomo Kenyatta University

Business Development Advisory

Peninah Muguku Kanyua

Lecturer, Social Entrepreneurship, Strathmore University

Ali Al Jabri

Founder, Kwema. Safety Badge Reel

Derrick Vormawor

Founder, Platinum Africa Solutions & Business Startup Clinic

Dr. Elijah Githinji

Lecturer, Jomo Kenyatta University. Medical Statistician, Epidemiologist & Critical Care Specialist


Our Traction and Impact

0 1200 +

Family caregivers trained

0 40000 +

People screened through free screening

0 9800 +

Healthcare workers onboarded

0 15000 +

Patients Served

Our Partners