HELP SUPPORT OUR NOBLE CALLING

 

Kenya Diaper Bank Network is a network that collects and distributes diapers to needy families. The
network conducts diaper drives by identifying needy child caregivers and agencies and subsequently
distributes these respectively. The network will start in Nairobi through hospitals in the constituencies
as the partners and gradually into other counties.
It is hoped that at least 5 hospitals in the each selected constituency in Nairobi will benefit at least twice
annually depending on the needs established by each agency.
Volunteers can help/support by either making donations and/or distribution of donations made.

We’ll be glad for your candid assistance/support. DONATE

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What We Do

 

Because 1 in 3 families don’t have access to an adequate supply of diapers? KDBN recognized this need, and has been working towards making the ratio even.

 
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Become A Member

 

Recognition as a member of the Kenya Diaper Network (KDBN) holds more value than ever before for community-based diaper bank programs regionally.

 
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Why It Matters

 

Without diapers, babies cannot participate in early childhood education.
Without childcare, parents cannot go to work. What we do, does matter.

 
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GET INVOLVED

 
According to the GLOBAL STATISTICS, 1 in 3 babies will not be able to be provided with diapers or have access to it. In examining poverty’s many effects, individuals typically overlook or ignore one critical material hardship affecting impoverished families: diapers. The diaper gap is the lack of access to an adequate supply of diapers and other healthcare products impacting the physical, mental, and economic well-being of individuals.

However, the diaper gap affects not only infants and toddlers, but also seniors. As the aging population increase, incontinence health issues also increase. 1 in 3 seniors will suffer from incontinence at one point in their lives. Incontinent seniors spend anywhere from Kshs26500-$42000/month on incontinence supplies. Seniors living on a limited income do not have the economic resources to purchase an adequate supply of incontinence products to live normal healthy lives. Yet, traditional insurance health plans do not provide assistance with incontinence products.

 
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3527Happy Babies
2006Benefited Families
1840Registered Members
28Counties

TESTIMONIALS

 
“Very friendly staff. You don’t have to worry about explaining your situation to get diaper assistance. I’ve had nothing but good experiences on each visit. Definitely recommend I’m so glad Our County has this assistance!” – Marianne Otanga, Wife/Parent.
 

CONTACT US

 

Please feel free to contact us at any time of the day and we will try our best to revert back to you within 48 hours time or e-mail us: info@kenyadiaperbanknetwork.org