WiRED International honors Sister Bernadette Nealon and Ms. Lillian Dajoh with Award for Longtime Service.
WiRED International is an internationally operating NGO which provides health information to underdeveloped areas by delivering programs, equipment and coordinated health education. Over the years, the organization has opened facilities in 15 countries, while NGOs, medical schools and hospitals in many additional countries have adopted its programs for community health education. The organization serves remote regions and, when appropriate, supplies laptops, projectors, solar equipment and complete health education libraries.
WiRED has supported the KUAP Pandipieri Health Programme for the past 15 years.
WiRED International recently presented Sr. Bernadette Nealon and Lillian Dajoh with the Health Education Champion Award for Outstanding Leadership in the Community Health Education Program for their work among critically underserved populations in Kisumu, Kenya.
Watch the video of Sr. Bernadette and Lillian discussing WiRED’s contribution to their health awareness efforts: