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Still A Mum opens centre to support bereaved parents

Still A Mum has launches a wellness Centre to support bereaved parents who have lost their babies through miscarriage, stillbirth or infant death. The Wellness Center has been made possible through a grant from the Facebook Community Leadership Program.

Kenyan Blogger Wanjiru Kihusa starts Still a Mum campaign on miscarriages

10-25% of all clinically recognized pregnancies will end in miscarriage. This means that best case scenario, 1 in every 10 women will have a miscarriage or worst case scenario 1 in every 4 women will get a miscarriage.

WOMAN OF PASSION: Supporting parents through child loss

After her miscarriage, she noticed the gaps that existed in the area of new-born deaths.People did not know how to be there for me and relatives spread rumours as to what must have caused the miscarriage

EMPTY ARMS: The story of Kenya’s broken maternal health system

This ‘Brazen: Reflections’ series was born out of a desire to continue the conversations springing out of the ‘Too Early For Birds: Brazen’ theatre performance in Nairobi in July 2018.

The baby I didn’t want died shortly after birth, and it hurt very bad

When she joined Moi University back in 2013, it never crossed 24-year-old Vanessa Wambui Ochieng’s mind that she would end up pregnant while pursuing her studies.

'Why we planted trees for the children we lost'

Based in Nairobi, the group offers one on one and group counselling sessions to help parents process their grief, and to support them in restarting their lives.



Loss is equally terrible for fathers- Still A Mum – POWER 98.7


Interview on BBC Newsday