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Kenyan-Heart National Foundation is a Medical Charity whose Mission is "Prevention, Reduction, Control, Treatment and Management of Heart Disease through Public Awareness & Education, with an emphasis on Prevention".

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Kenyan-Heart partners with UEFA and WHF to "Make a Healthy Heart your Goal"!

Kenyan-Heart National Foundation (KHNF) through World Heart Federation (WHF) was privileged to be granted the mandate by UEFA, to run the initiative “Make a Healthy Heart your Goal” with a special focus on Girls and the youth in Kenya. It is a FIRST in East Africa.

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June / 2014

  • - Analysis exercise of Strep Sore Throat (SST) Data from participating clinics in collaboration with intern Dr. David Philpott from University of Texas.

July / 2014

  • - WHF/UEFA funded Football Tournament on Saturday 12th July 2014.
  • - Conclusion of the data collection phase of the Nutrition Research at Westlands Primary School.

September / 2014

  • - September, the "Heart Month": Activities for creating awareness on Heart Disease Prevention.
  • - World Heart Day-2014 (WHD) Celebrations Activities on Saturday, 20th September 2014.

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Get in touch
Phone, fax, e-mail

Address: Kenyan-Heart National Foundation (KHNF), Viking House, 3rd Floor, Westlands  Waiyaki Way, Opposite CBA
P.O. Box: 59178 - 00200, Nairobi, Kenya
Telephone: +254 2 4452214 / 3005084
Mobile: +254 729 625741 and +254 735408784
FAX: +254 2 44522141
E-mail: info@kenyanheart.or.ke

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Our Partners
Kenyan Heart National Foundation's partnerships


Kenyan-Heart, Danish Heart Foundation and Ministry of Health representatives together with the Danish Ambassador to Kenya Amb. Finn Thilsted, at a press briefing.

The Kenyan-Heart National Foundation is already in collaboration with the following organizations.

International Collaboration:


Left to right, Elizabeth Gatumia of Kenyan-Heart National Foundation, Dorte Fremm of Danish Heart Foundation and Dr. James Munene of Kenyatta National Hospital during a meeting to discuss various areas of collaboration.

On a visit to the Kenyan-Heart office, Rose Emily (left) of Childspring International (USA) meets Mutinda Mwikali (center), a beneficiary of heart surgery made possible by the partnership between Childspring International and Kenyan-Heart.

Local Collaboration: