There is no better benefit than health™

A Night for Memusi, 21st of September at The Shelbourne Hotel, Dublin.

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21st September at The Shelbourne Hotel, Dublin

This inaugural Ball is one of the highlights of our fundraising calendar.

Our friends from the world of medicine, business, charity and beyond come together for an evening of fine dining and entertainment at Dublin’s exclusive Shelbourne House. The evening will see guests embrace all things Kenya in support of Memusi.

We would love you to be part of our journey and part of the team making a difference for the communities we serve.

The Memusi Foundation

The Memusi Foundation believes passionately in education and the right that every person has to a quality education aligning ourselves to the United Nations SDG4. It is through quality education that every child has the opportunity to escape poverty in their own lifetime, providing a path of hope.

Memusi Foundation works primarily in Magadi, in Kajiado County having reach to over 8000 children across 42 Primary Schools and ECD centres. As well as building our own schools as beacons of quality, Memusi also invests heavily in Memusi Outreach; our programme working across the whole of the Magadi region to enhance education standards for all children.

videoDoc + Memusi

videoDoc work closely with Memusi to utilise their comprehensive knowledge of the Magadi region to bring healthcare to the people that need it most, we not only treat the students of Memusi schools but the community as a whole.

Healthcare for all

The care of the children does not stop with the teaching of English and Maths, but includes care of the children (and their families and community) through health, food and nutrition.

At videoDoc we deliver health camps across the Magadi region giving free access to medical consultation, free medication and free dental care; providing access to free healthcare to every child across Magadi. This extends to a worming programme for every school child in Magadi, with each round of treatment reaching over 11,000 people.

Our Healthcare Programme also reaches female hygiene through our partnership with AfriPads.  Through training and delivery of items we will have a programme in 2019 that reaches every single adolescent girl in Magadi reducing overall absence of girls in education. Our Pilot programme in 2018 demonstrated impact through reduction of absence from 44% to 0%

 
 

On videoDoc’s first sole expedition to Kenya in February of 2019 we treated 1,150 people, performed 1,000+ dental extractions and provided deworming medication to approximately 1,200 children.

The Ball

Help support Memusi in providing much needed healthcare to Magadi in Kenya with the videoDoc team.  Join us and celebrate “A Night with Memusi” black-tie ball in the luxurious Shelbourne Hotel.

• Cocktail reception

• Fine dinning

• Late Bar, live entertainment, auction and raffle

 
 

The videoDoc first expedition to Kenya:

1150 doctor consultations + 1000 teeth extractions + 1200 deworming treatments

 
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Ready to help?

Book your place

 
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