Our vision is alleviating the physical and psycho-social suffering associated with progressive incurable illnesses.



Our mission is to access high quality Palliative Care Services to patients and their families in Nakuru County



Our main Objective is to enhance quality of life and positively influence the cause of illness through the provision of palliative care.

About Us

Nakuru Hospice was born following Elizabeth Ndungu’s painful experience through the suffering of her dad who had prostate cancer between 2003 and 2006. She managed to mobilize various stakeholders in Nakuru County including Ministry of Health as a result Nakuru Hospice establishment was approved and allocated a building at Nakuru Rift Valley Provincial General Hospital (PGH) in March 2008. Nakuru Hospice started operation in June 2009 in a two roomed office at the Casualty Department after signing a Memorandum of Understanding to be reviewed after 20 years.

The Nakuru Hospice building was renovated with support from Safaricom Foundation which was completed in 2011 and in which operation started immediately. The Lions Club donated all the furniture and Hospice Care Kenya donated funds to buy the medical equipment. The Technical Support from Kenya Hospices and Palliative Care Association (KEHPCA) enhanced capacity and skills for staff, Directors and stakeholders on how to run a Hospice and implement and maintain palliative Care Standards.

Since then, Nakuru Hospice has registered many patients facing life threatening illnesses and their families for palliative care.

We appreciate our Partners either Corporate, Groups, Schools or individuals, who have supported us so much to date without them we would not be where we are. May God bless you all.

Advisory Board


Timothy Olweny – Chairman

Stella Karanja - Director

Late J.S. Shah

Dr. Victor Achoka


Abbas Parkar - Treasurer

Dr. John Wachira

Hellen Mburu


Dr. Mugenya


Ms Elizabeth Ndungu - Hon Secretary

Kamonjo Kiburi

Dr. Benjamin Ombito

Shailesh Sheth

Our Staff Members

Pamela Owame

Naomi Kinagwa

Calvin Manani

Amos Njuguna

Gidraph Waithaka

What we do? – We implement Palliative Care Programme


Palliative Care is defined by World Health Organisation (WHO),(2002) as an approach that improves the quality of life of patients and their families facing problems associated with life threatening illnesses through the prevention and relief of suffering, the early identification o and impeccable assessment and treatment of pain and other problems ; Psychological, and spiritual.

Palliative Care involves

  • Pain Management
  • Symptoms Control
  • Home Based Care
  • Psychosocial Support ( counseling and Spiritual Care)
  • Day care ( Group Therapy)
  • Bereavement Programme
  • Education and Training in Palliative Care
  • Create Awareness on Palliative Care
  • Research , Advocacy and Lobbying

Support us

Donate to Nakuru Hospice: Lipa na  Mpesa – Paybill 365150 or Till no. 338114

Or write a cheque to Nakuru Hospice

Be a Friend of Nakuru Hospice by subscribing what you can afford either

monthly, quarterly , semi annually or annually  to Nakuru Hospice as follows:

50, 000 and above


Ksh. 10,000 and above

Ksh. 5,000  and above

Ksh. 500  and above

Our Supporters Over Time


Supervision of  Nakuru Hospice building renovations Jan –Dec 2010


Funding Renovation of Nakuru Hospice  building & landsacping, power and water connection Dec 2009 to Dec 2010)


Staff Hospice cleanup and cash donation 50,000 in March 2011. The staff participates  charity walks and makes their contributions.


Donated  Office furniture and Equipment in 2011. The Club has donated drugs to the Nakuru Hospice several times. However some  individual members have donated various items such as TV, DVD, Conference tables, seats, wall picures and many more items.


Shared a day with Patients during DAY CARE DAY and purchased kitchen items and beverages for meals and drinks for 30 patients and their Caregivers on 28th April 2012


 Funded  Nakuru Hospice promotional event-Dinner at Merica Hotel 1st July 2011

Donates  drugs every  2 Months worth Ksh. 60,000  

Supports annual charity Walk


Funded Construction of Nakuru Hospice gate, Security sentry and fencing July 2011


Donated two water tanks-for rain water harvesting July 11th 2011


Donates Ksh. 10,000 per Year


Supported cancer awareness charity walk events upto 2015

Hosts Nakuru Hospice Website from 2014 to date


 Supported day care and donated 50,000 in 2013 


Supports cancer awareness  month of October events since 2013


Supported a day care in August 2013. Donated soap and cooking oils to more that 100 patients.


Supports  drugs  especially morphine and DF118 for patients since May 2012 to date


Supported DAY CARE DAY with meals and drinks for 30 patients and their Caregivers on 28th April 2012)


Donated Nisan Urvan Van worth 3million used for Home Based Care on 1st July 2011. This vehicle has enables palliative care services reach patients in their homes and hospitals


Donated Kitchen Utensils, gas cooker, gas cylinder and supported Day Care day their caregivers Feb 18th 2012. However they later donated a generator, telephone equipment, alarm system, photocopier and a printer in 2015


Donates Ksh. 10,000 per Year.