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iHOPE’s Free Medical Camp Stages Spectacular Live-Saving Operations in Uasin Gishu



Nov 3, 2022
iHOPE medics carry a surgical operation on a patient during the on-going free medical camp in Eldoret. PHOTO CREDIT/AlenMedia

The iHOPE Foundation Free Medical Camp that begun on Sunday 30th October, 2022, in Uasin Gishu County, has continued to draw the attention of Kenyans from all walks of life in their hundreds, finding hope and solutions for their complex medical conditions.

The Free Medical Camp, supported by top flight medics from Europe and the USA, and in collaborative partnership with the Uasin Gishu County Government, has to date successfully performed 33 complex surgeries and medical procedures that include plastic and reconstructive surgeries, lymphoma and tumor removals, ceaserian sections, facial reconstruction and fibroid removals.

An iHOPE medics pauses for a photo with a patient during the medical camp at Burnt Forest. PHOTO CREDIT / AlenMedia

More than 1,400 patients have so far benefited from the ongoing medical camp being held at the Burnt Forest District for various treatment.

The free Medical Camp triage has handled upto 500 cases with the remaining 900 on waiting lists for today and tomorrow when the Med Camp officially ends.

Patients have thanked iHOPE doctors and the Uasin Gishu government of Gov. Jonathan Bii for conducting the med camp and requested that more camps are conducted in future to save more lives.

A medic examines children. PHOTO CREDIT/AlenMedia

Leading the medics are iHOPE Foundation Founder and CEO Amy Pajnik and Med Camp Medical Director Dr. Norma Rae, the Director of Women Health, Obstetrics and Gynecologist, New Jersey in USA.

The team also includes world renowned Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery Surgeons Dr. Thomas Kempny from Czech Republic and Austria’s respected Dr. Victoria Koenig.



Wamboi Nyambura is a security expert and an ardent investigative journalist on matters human interest. A crime editor at WakajuanessLive.Com.