Endeavour Medical supports the Sustainable Development Goals, specifically SGDs 3,4 and 5: Good health and Wellbeing, Quality Education, Gender Equality.
We help fund and deliver community health and first aid programmes in Northern Kenya.
Many of the the communities we support live in poverty, as defined by the WHO as earning less than $1.25 per day. Their access to healthcare and health education is poor. At the invitation of these communities we support both health care projects and health education in the form of First Aid training. During the programmes we run a train the trainer day to ensure the knowledge and skills taught can continue to be taught within the communities.
We are delighted that many of our courses are now entirely Kenyan led, or we enjoy the pleasure of working as an entirely joint faculty.
We enhance gender equality through working with the charity Future Health Africa and the project Team Talk. Team Talk enables social and behavioural change in communities to give a better life for women and girls.
We use sport as a vehicle to break down gender barriers, and we work with Kenyan educational specialists to deliver these programmes.
Successes of Team Talk include: more girls reaching the final year of primary school, adaptation of cultural practices such as female circumcision and a shift in perception of the role of women and girls in the community. For more information please visit www.futurehealthafrica.org
Endeavour Medical aims to create a community of health professionals across LMICS and HICs who can together contribute to Global and One Health challenges.
If you would like to get more involved in any of our charitable programmes then please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.