Fire Safety Tips For Our Homes & Schools

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In 2016, over 100 high schools nationwide experienced unrest between May and August as classrooms, dormitories and school facilities went up in flames. The fires were attributed to students’ protests over tough policies that had been put in place by the CS for Education, Dr Fred Matiang’i. Consultative meetings were held and for a moment, calm was restored in the schools

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World Humanitarian Day – 19th August 2017

As the world marks World Humanitarian day this Saturday, Bloodlink Foundation wishes to celebrate you, our esteemed blood donors.  By showing up regularly at our country-wide blood drives, you have helped save lives and alleviate human suffering to one person in every 10 minutes in Kenya who needs blood transfusion. That is the very essence of humanitarianism.
Contrary to the popularly-held belief, blood is not just needed for emergency situations. Hospitals for instance depend on donations daily for routine procedures and operations. They may need up to 10 donations for a heart bypass operation whereas a leukemia patient can use up to 700 donations over the course of their treatment.

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