On 20th to 24th September 2020, a group of Women Cancer Survivors will attempt to summit Mt. Kenya. Accompanied by their caregivers and supporters, these women will leave behind all their daily challenges, and go together with one goal, to reach KILELE.​

Why KILELE Challenge

Life for cancer patients is drastically changed, the moment a diagnosis is made:

  • Treatments leave physical and emotional scars;
  • Cultural beliefs breed social stigma associated with cancer;
  • Finances to secure treatments are scarce, often leaving families impoverished;

A Cancer Journey can make one question their reason for being, and purpose to live.

Women survivors in Africa are often most vulnerable; facing challenges associated with the disease itself, as well as societal and cultural barriers that make coping even harder.

Through the KILELE Challenge, we are helping survivors address the four parameters commonly used to define quality of life in cancer survival: Physical Fitness, Mental Well – being, Finding Purpose, and Economic Empowerment

Through the KILELE Challenge, we are helping survivors address the four parameters commonly used to define quality of life in cancer survival: Physical Fitness, Mental Well - being, Finding Purpose, and Economic Empowerment.

Contact Us

+254 724 635680 | kilele@kilelehealth.org | P.O. Box 1627 | 00200 Nairobi