Every Life Deserves a Good Foundation

Working with the community to enable everyone we reach to experience life to the fullest “
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We are proud of where we are today and excited about where we are headed. Your continued support has made an impact in the lives of many.

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We welcome you to be part of a legacy, it’s not enough to have lived. Together we can live for something by making a difference.

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We welcome you to be part of a legacy. It all starts by making a decision to selflessly engage in doing the little things that make a big difference.

About the Mazira Foundation

Our Story

The Mazira Foundation was founded in April 2006 in honour of my father, the late Rev. Hosea Mazira Odwaro. Having battled acute leukaemia for about four years, my hospital visits both in Kenya and Canada inspired me to do what I now do with so much joy- Serving my community and making a difference as a medical doctor.

Mazira Documentary

Mazira Foundation Medical Camp 2015

October 14 , 2015
View how the medical camps are helping the Vihiga Community improve their health outcomes

 

Join Us in the Medical Outreach

Join us in the Medical Outreach Here is an opportunity for you and your friends to volunteer, network and have fun as a team!

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Lots of Ways to Leave Your Mark

Medical Team

Encouraging volunteerism in the medical profession, organize and carry out the Medical Outreaches. 

Host Fundraising Event

Your contribution can also be indirectly sourced from your friends, supporters, fans etc.

Fund Raising Team

Want to raise funds as part of a bigger team, Talk to us and we will connect you.

On-Site Volunteers

Counsellors, Patient Support including ushering, patient flow management etc

Prayer Team

The Battle is first won on the knees before it is won on the battlefield.

Donations

Regular and one-time donations all make a big difference.

Virtual Volunteers

This is for volunteers who are only able to volunteer from their desk

Host a Medical Outreach

For individuals or organizations that wish to give back to their communities

Media

Speak for the voiceless, use your influence and contacts to make a difference.

Medical Team

Encouraging volunteerism in the medical profession, organize and carry out the Medical Outreaches. 

Host Fundraising Event

Your contribution can also be indirectly sourced from your friends, supporters, fans etc.

Fund Raising Team

Want to raise funds as part of a bigger team, Talk to us and we will connect you.

Prayer Team

The Battle is first won on the knees before it is won on the battlefield.

On-Site Volunteers

Counsellors, Patient Support including ushering, patient flow management etc

Donations

Regular and one-time donations all make a big difference.

Virtual Volunteers

This is for volunteers who are only able to volunteer from their desk

Host a Medical Outreach

For individuals or organizations that wish to give back to their communities

Media

Speak for the voiceless, use your influence and contacts to make a difference.

Leave Your Mark

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