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We Must Act Now and End Fistula

Fistula is a reproductive health condition, among the most destructive and demeaning conditions for women worldwide. Most women with fistula suffer constant incontinence, shame, social segregation, and health problems. They are unable to fully participate in development activities due to the stigma that comes with the condition. The nature of the condition varies, it manifests ...Read More Read More »

12th National Fistula Camp at Kenyatta National Hospital

Female Genital Fistula (FGF) is a reproductive health condition which results into social degradation of women. The nature of the condition varies, it manifest as an abnormal hole or opening between a woman’s birth canal and the urinary tract or the rectum causing the women inability to control urine and/or stool. Despite the great advancement ...Read More Read More »


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Scaling up Investment towards Fistula

Scaling up Investment towards a birth injury that can be prevented International Day to End Obstetric Fistula (IDEOF) is set aside on 23rd May to recognize the suffering of women living with Female Genital Fistula. On this day, we recognize Government, stakeholders, and healthcare workers efforts towards a global goal of ending fistula by 2030. ...Read More Read More »

Free fistula surgery for women in Kajiado County

Fistula is a maternal health condition that affects several women. In Kenya, statistics indicate that approximately 3,000 women develop fistula during birth. Amongst the causes of fistula include prolonged labor, obstructed labour, and bladder injury. While several women often suffer the condition, very few can afford to cater for the medical procedure required to reverse ...Read More Read More »

30 women living with fistula benefit from free fistula treatment at Kilifi County

Since 1971, The Flying Doctors Society of Africa (FDSA) has spread medical outreach across Africa. Amongst the organization’s primary areas of focus is health and, most specifically, reproductive health with a special focus on fistula repair. Loosely defined, a fistula is an unusual opening that connects your vagina or anus to another organ. Fistula could ...Read More Read More »

At least 30 women living with fistula to benefit from free fistula treatment at Kenyatta National Hospital in Nairobi County

Over 30 women living with Female Genital Fistula a condition where women leak urine and stool are expected to receive free surgeries and medical advice during a week-long camp at Kenyatta National Hospital (KNH). The Fistula camp which will be held until 28th May is part of a partnership between Safaricom Foundation, UNFPA, Flying Doctors ...Read More Read More »

An Evening of Dinner, Fashion & Jazz

The Flying Doctors’ Society of Africa (FDSA) invites you to an unforgettable evening featuring jazz legend, Isaiah Katumwa and top jewellery & fashion designer, Penny Winter. Limited tickets available at Ksh. 10,000pp – this includes a welcome drink, 3-course meal, fashion show, live music, raffle prizes and an auction. All proceeds will go towards offering ...Read More Read More »

12th National VVF Camp

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Charity Golf Tournament at Karen Country Club

Flying Doctors Society will be hosting a “Walk with Us” Charity Golf Tournament this year on 17th February, 2017 at the Karen Country Club (http://www.karencountryclub.org), with tee off scheduled for morning 8am and afternoon. The tournament seeks to raise funds in aid of women and mothers with Vesico-Vaginal Fistula (VVF) The fistula campaign, initiated by ...Read More Read More »