Resources Still Required

Completion of construction of Phase I (January 2017 – December 2017) Ksh 359,308,730 (USD 3,593,087). Basic Operations commence.

Phase I Financial Requirements - Kshs 359,308,730

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Construction of Phase II (January 2018 – December 2018) Ksh 361,523,940 (USD 3,615,940)

Phase II Financial Requirements Kshs 361,523,940

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Equipment supplies and operations of Phase I approximated at Kshs 500,000,000 (USD 5,000,000)

resources_150px-01 Patients with SCI usually have permanent and often devastating neurologic deficits and disability. This is compounded by the fact that it costs an estimated Ksh.10 million and above to rehabilitate one person with SCI, a service that must be sourced abroad as there are no Rehabilitation Centers within East and Central Africa, yet more than 200 patients with the traumas of spinal cord injury at any given time need rehabilitation in this country. In which case the economic implication is far out of reach for individuals, families and consequently the Country as there is resultant significant loss of human life that would otherwise translate to productive populace. A majority (upto 70%) of SCI survivors die barely within 6 months upon leaving treatment Centers mainly due to secondary complications like depression, stress; pressure/bed sores inter alia due to lack of rehabilitation services. The most important aspect of clinical care for the SCI patient is preventing complications related to disability. Beyond clinical treatment, supportive rehabilitative care has shown to decrease complications related to mobility.

resources_150px-02Thank you for supporting KPO Chandaria Spinal Injury Rehabilitation and Trauma Center On behalf of the people who will benefit from its medical, therapeutic, education and community support services, we would like you to understand how much we appreciate not only your donation, but also your respect for the challenges people face in overcoming disability to become as independent as possible in Activities of Daily Living (ADLs). In addition, your donation says that you value the work that we will do in rehabilitation and our commitment to provide the maximum personalized opportunity to each individual, in terms of rehabilitation success. Without access to rehabilitation, a person with SCI is more likely to die prematurely. Appropriate medical care and rehabilitation can prevent complications associated with SCI and can assist the person towards a fulfilling and productive life. The provision of appropriate and timely medical care and rehabilitation (including assistive technology) has significant impact on mortality, morbidity and disability in people with SCI whose outcome is productive and enjoyable life for people with SCI. You will help us make a difference in the lives of more than 50,000 people every year.