Help us build a clinic!

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This July 2015, Alabaster will be partnering with Girl Child Network to begin the first phase of a medical clinic build within the Endoynolasho School compound in rural Masaailand in Kenya! Stay tuned for sketches ... Read More

We are back!

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Our team has returned safely from Kenya! Thank you so much for your support and encouragement! As we are debriefing our time in Kenya, one of our participants, a gifted writer, has been documenting some ... Read More

Thank you Rotary International!

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We would like to extend our sincere thanks to the Glendale Sunrise chapter of Rotary International for endorsing our work and partnering with us in our vaccine efforts this August! With their generous contribution, we ... Read More

Our first donor of 2014!

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We thank the American Endowment Foundation for their generous grant! We are starting preparations for Kenya 2014! Stay tuned for details. If you are interested in participating in our trip to Kenya this year, please ... Read More

Shompole Dispensary December Update

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Reports from Dr. Anthony Ndegwa at the Shompole Dispensary in Kenya show that Alabaster's December monetary contribution to the clinic, enabled them to: - Treat life-threatening cellulitis in children - Treat 4 people for typhoid ... Read More

Shompole Dispensary Update

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Reports from Dr. Anthony Ndegwa at the Shompole Dispensary in Kenya show that Alabaster's November monetary contribution to the clinic, enabled them to start treatment for: - 2 hypertensive patients - Successfully treat 3 patients ... Read More

Kenya 2012

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Our website is now updated with pictures and stories from Kenya 2012. A special thank you to Tina Babajanians for photo-documenting our entire trip and sharing with us her incredible talent!

Thank you to Dear Lily Fernandes!

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Today Alabaster Mobile Clinic received a generous monetary donation from our youngest donor ever: a five-year old young girl who collected plastic water bottles from friends and relatives for the past 2 months to raise ... Read More