57 people die in Kenya every hour.

With a working emergency healthcare system, this number could potentially be reduced by half.

We are an NGO supporting governments and emergency healthcare providers across Kenya to save lives by strengthening the emergency healthcare system through capacity building, knowledge development, advocacy and research.

Emergency medical care involves:

Community

Help

Ambulance

Medical

Emergency Department

Everything you need to save a life from first aid, emergency numbers and how to get help when you need it.

How we are helping to save lives

Capacity Building

We work with emergency healthcare services to improve infrastructure, equipment and processes.

We provide the latest in emergency medical care practice to healthcare workers and the public through our Casualty app, training, and the provision of freely available educational resources.

Knowledge Development

We work with national and county governments and stakeholders to develop emergency medical care policies and frameworks to achieve universal access to emergency medical care in Kenya.

Advocacy

We foster collaborations and partnerships to promote and encourage the study, research and advancement of the science and practice of emergency medical care in Kenya.

Research

Our Impact​

counties supported to strengthen their emergency healthcare systems.
30
public ambulance services supported to enhance their capabilities.
0
public emergency departments supported to enhance their capabilities.
80
emergency healthcare providers trained in emergency medical care.
3122
patients impacted annually by improved quality emergency medical care.
1 M

As a Ministry, we are confident that continued support from EMKF will ensure that every Kenyan has access to the highest standard of emergency medical care, thereby significantly reducing morbidity and mortality across the healthcare system in Kenya.

Our Partners

Funding Partners

Implementing Partners

Help us save lives in Kenya.

Your support will enable us to provide crucial emergency medical care infrastructure and resources, train and empower current healthcare professionals in emergency medicine, and create sustainable solutions to improve emergency healthcare services in Kenya.

Emergency Medicine Kenya Foundation