living with epilepsy


People with epilepsy living their lives to full potential

– KAWE Vision

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The platform provides a wide variety of information ranging from: What is Epilepsy, What causes it, Epilepsy Treatment, Concerns about Epilepsy, First Aid during a seizure and what to do in an emergency. It also shows locations of various epilepsy clinics around the country

  • FAFANUKA is a Unstructured Supplementary Service Data (USSD) mobile phone service in partnership with Safaricom Mobile Service Company and other Non Communicable Disease Organisations (NCDs).
  • FAFANUKA brings Epilepsy and other Non Communicable Diseases like Cancer,Diabetes and Cardiac information to you, conveniently in real time, in your hands.
  • The platform is simple to use, by anyone, wherever they are at any time regardless of age, gender and social status. All a user would need is a simple phone and a phone network.

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KAWE supports the needs of patients who cannot afford to buy this medication in order to help better their condition and further their opportunities. KAWE also collaborates and works further with general hospitals to open clinics in order to help these patients. These funds will also help KAWE create a better stable future for people suffering from epilepsy.

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KAWEs story was brought to life as the organization was dedicate to working and providing a better future for people who suffer from epilepsy. Their objectives are initially to provide anti-epileptic medication that is affordable for people to buy, seeing as epilepsy is a long-term disease, that can be cured.

Online Shop

Our shop consists of merchandise from t-shirts to wrist bands, with KAWEs logo on it to continue to raise awareness further.


KAWE being a non-profit organization that works purely with people who have epilepsy, forming and crafting a better future for people who have epilepsy. KAWE also provides an works with these citizens also to teach them and further help them improve their skills.

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It is estimated that up to 70% of people living with epilepsy could live seizure-free if properly diagnosed and treated. 

Around 50 Millions people worldwide have epilepsy, making it one of the most common neurological diseases globally.

In many part of the world people with epilepsy and their families suffer from stigma and discrimination.