Emergency Medicine Kenya Foundation

Ensuring timely, accessible and quality lifesaving emergency care in Kenya

Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) [...]
Registration for the 5th African Conference on Emergency Medicine is now open [...]
Emergency Care Algorithms 2020 Now Available [...]
First Aid for First Responders in Africa [...]
Dr Andrew Mulwa, Chairman, County Executives Committee (CEC) for Health at our breakfast meeting with the CECs for Health [...]
Charles Murito - Country Manager, Google Kenya explains the partnership with EMK Foundation to place 180+ public health facilities with emergency services on Google maps [...]
Download the 2019 Annual report here [...]
In May 2019, the 72nd World Health Assembly (WHA) adopted a resolution on emergency and trauma care aimed at helping countries to ensure timely care for the acutely ill and injured [...]
We are working with the Ministry of Health on the first emergency medical care policy in Kenya [...]
Our experts have developed tailored courses to provide specific emergency care training to healthcare providers [...]
We are working with the Ministry of Health on Project 47 to map out public emergency centres across Kenya [...]
#18HoursFilm team (Rocque Pictures, EMK Foundation and Chapter 1) with the former U.S. Ambassador, Robert F. Godec meeting to discuss the film launch [...]
Our ECUIP project has provided emergency care equipment and training to more than 50 public emergency departments across Kenya. [...]
Through The Injury Prevention and Safety Initiative (TIPSI), we have brought together stakeholders and local health care professionals to improve injury outcomes in Kenya [...]
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Emergency Medicine Kenya Foundation (EMK Foundation) is a not-for-profit organisation