Some of our volunteers during the Health Action Day - An outreach program whereby our members usually partner with different organizations to offer medical support to the local communities
A KPNA volunteer administers the jiggers' eradication and immunization program on a young boy during a community outreach program.
Members of the local community continue to benefit from educational forums convened by KPNA in various rural healthcare facilities across the country
KPNA's Chairman ,Michael Nyongesa receives a cheque from the Madison Insurance Company's Official in support of the Association's core objectives. The insurance company will also conduct a program on financial literacy for the KPNA Members.
KPNA officials convene at the Nursing Council of Kenya (NCK) offices awaiting to present their submissions on the Nurses Act to the NCK Board.
KPNA's Former Treasurer, Jamila Wamwiri (far left) ,Ms Cynthia- Nursing Now Campaign (center) and KPNA's National Secretary - Mrs triza Ireri
KPNA team with nursing graduates at the North Coast Medical Training College (NCMTC) during its 5th graduation ceremony
A Team of surgeons from the BelaRisu Foundation which together with Smile Train has partnered with KPNA following the Association's commitment towards extending free safe cleft lip/cleft palate surgeries and highly subsidized safe surgeries from other surgical specialties that all aim at restoring hope and dignity to the victims more so children.
KPNA members pose for a photograph after successfully concluding a research study assignment courtesy of AMREF
The Association's Chairman,Michael Nyongesa (standing) during a meet and greet session with Nurses in Machakos County.
KPNA's National Chairman, Michael Nyongesa (far left) together with the Association's National Secretary, Triza Ireri (far right) having a light moment with KPNA members from Kwale County during the Association's Annual Conference (2018)
KPNA members team up with the Madison Insurance Company group during one of the Association's Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) activities.
KPNA's Chairman, Michael Nyongesa holds a trophy presented to the Association during one of the ECSACON's conferences
KPNA's former national treasurer; Jamila Wamwiri (left), Lead Health Sector Specialist with WHO;Pro. Khama Rogo (center) and a KPNA member pose for a photograph during a past East,Central and Southern Africa College of Nursing (ECSACON) Conference.
The Association's Chairman,Michael Nyongesa representing Kakamega County during this year's ECSACON Conference
KPNA's National Secretary,Triza Ireri with some of the members at the Mombasa County Government's offices.With them is the County Government's Chief of Staff (far left).
Some of the KPNA officials at the KPNA's exhibition booth during the launch of the Nursing Now campaign
KPNA's Former National Treasurer,Jamila Wamwiri with Nurse Leaders from from different countries during an international forum held in Nairobi; Kenya
KPNA's Executive Team,the Parastatal Representative (Mr. George Omwenga) meet with Kenyatta National Hospital's branch officials.
Many children are often ridiculed for their condition leaving their mothers distraught over their child's situation. But through a joint CSR initiative by KPNA,Smile Train and Belarisu Foundation, many women can now afford to keep hope alive.
It is immense joy from a grateful mother who could not hide her smile after her child received a life-altering care. This was courtesy of a strong partnership between KPNA and Belarisu Foundation that has so far seen dignity and hope restored in the lives of many children born with cleft lip/palate condition.
KPNA officials are joined by other Nurse Leaders during the submission of a Memorandum on the Nurses Act to the Health Committee at Parliament Buildings.
KPNA officials during a Nursing Now campaign drive in Nairobi. (From left to right) National Secretary - Triza Ireri, National Treasurer- Carol Omondi and the National Chairman- Michael Nyongesa
Kenya National Union of Nurses (KNUN) Vice General Secretary, Maurice Opetu addresses delegates at the 32nd ASC Conference held at Wild Waters; Mombasa
KPNA's Chairman, Michael Nyongesa (far left) and the Association's former National Treasurer, Jamila Wamwiri (2nd from right) together with Dr Wala of AMREF
KPNA's National Treasurer-Carol Omondi and the National Secretary, Triza Ireri lead other nurses from around the countryduring a match ahead of the Nursing Now Campaign launch in Nairobi;Kenya
Madison Insurance Company and KPNA members having a hearty moment during a joint collaboration meeting
KPNA Kwale branch in collaboration with student Nurses from Pwani University holding a community outreach service targeting school going children and their teachers on Cancer awareness at Kwale County.
KPNA's National Chairman,Michael Nyongesa (fore-front) leads other officials in a jig during his homecoming party. These officials include KPNA's former National Chairman, Thaddeus Mayaka, 1st Vice-Chair-person- Salome Situma, the National Treasurer, Carol Omondi, National Vice Treasurer, Jackline Obonyo and the National Secretary,Triza Ireri.
One of the KPNA's officials nurturing the youth in Mombasa County during a joint exercise with Beyond Zero
Women attending one of our outreach programs. In most health facilities across the country,our members ensure that women (especially mothers) are provided with free HIV testing,counselling and treatment.
Some of our volunteers counsel one of the patients during the Health Action Day. KPNA's outreach programs comprise of of HIV testing,cancer screening and awareness programs
One of our members promoting maternal healthcare during a clinics and community sensitization program organized by KPNA.
With the support and commitment of our members in various health facilities across the country, today's new mothers are highly sensitized and are now able to make informed decisions concerning their healthcare needs.
KPNA's volunteer team doing what it does best. Our members are keen on exhibiting a positive attitude in their areas of designation in order to meet the society's needs in a progressive and satisfactory manner.
Kwale County Government and Kwale Branch officials celebrate the victory of KPNA's National Secretary, Triza Ireri (3rd from right;front row) during her homecoming party. She's flagged by Mr Collins Forbes (Base Titanium) CEC Kwale County Government: Hon. Francis Gwama and the County Nursing Service Manager: Edward Mumbo
In order to alleviate chronic health conditions our members have introduced educational outreach forums in various primary healthcare facilities across Kenya.
KPNA officials collaborating with Pharmaceutical Society of Kenya delegates at a PSK conference recently
KPNA's Branch Officials from Wajir County withthe Majority Leader of the National Assembly of Kenya under the Jubilee Party; Aden Bare Duale.
KPNA's National Secretary; Triza Ireri (left) and the Chairman; Michael Nyongesa (right) take on the fight against cleft lips by undertaking sensitization programs for the communities via the media.
An official from Madison Insurance Co. awarding retirees at KPNA's Kwale County Branch meeting during a joint partnership exercise
KPNA's National Chairman, Michael Nyongesa having a word with the former 1st African International Council of Nurses ICN President ; Dr. Muringo Kiereini
Nurse Leaders at St Paul's University- Limuru during the 2nd Nursing & Midwifery Leadership Conference