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MAGGIE

Maggie was a beautiful guest of Living Room, a mother of five young children who fiercely fought a battle with cancer.

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KIMBILIO HOSPICE

meaning Refuge in Swahili  is  a 24 bed, inpatient facility that houses adults and children living with life-limiting
illness.

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TEAM LIVING ROOM

In honor of World Hospice Day, some of the top runners from Kenya and friends from around the world joined together to run on behalf of Kimbilio Hospice...

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JEMIMAH’S STORY OF HOPE

Baby Jemimah arrived to Kimbilio Hospice severely malnourished and in desperate need of loving care. With both, she came back to life. Read more...

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Catherine

When Catherine stumbled into Kimbilio Hospice, she was in excruciating pain. She explained that she had been diagnosed with breast cancer several years prior but had never had access to treatment or pain control of any kind.

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Our Vision:
To create a community of compassion that honors life and offers hope.
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Our Belief:
Every person was created in the image of God. More than treating a disease, we care for a person—physically, psychosocially, and spiritually.
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People

Our Ministry:
Extend quality physical, psychological & spiritual care, Support to families with dying loved ones...
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LATEST NEWS More Latest News

WHO publishes palliative care guide

The World Health Organization has released a publication entitled: Cancer Control: Knowledge into action. The publication is a practical guide for programme managers.

Filmmakers tell the story of Living Room…

Filmmakers Kimberly Nunez-North and Travis North have completed The Space Between documentary, which focuses on the effects of poverty on healthcare in Kenya and the increasing importance of palliative care. The Space Between profiles four guests at Living Room’s Kimbilio Hospice as well as Juli McGowan Boit. The feature-length documentary will be shown at a private benefit screening in Los Angeles on December 8.

DID YOU KNOW? More Latest News

Only 136 countries…

out of the world’s 234 countries, have one or more hospice or palliative care services available to seriously ill people and their families and carers.

Cancer Rates in Africa…

are expected to grow by 400% over the next 50 years.

80% of Cancer Patients in Africa…

have advanced incurable disease at first presentation to a health facility.

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