“The Impact of Having the Leaders of Faith
Based Organization (FBOs) and Community-
based Organizations (CBOs) as Blood Do...
Overview
Background
• Location
• Current Situation
• Population of Kenya in relation to blood
donation
• Recruitment in Ke...
Regional Blood Banks in Kenya
Current Situation
• KNBTS estimates Kenya’s annual need for blood to be
200,000-250,000 units annually.
• Collection is ab...
Proportions of Blood Donors (2009)
Potential Blood donors Population
15-64 years
Secondary School: 1,796,467
Adult: 18,888...
HWWK and Blood donation
HOPE worldwide Kenya (HWWK) is a faith-
based - Non Governmental Organization,
mandated by Kenya N...
Engaging CBOs to increase adult blood donors
• HWWK trains community based groups leaders on
blood donation and blood safe...
Kwarula from NBTC training mobilisers on blood and blood components
Engaging FBO Leaders
• HWWK trains FBO leaders and they in turn
educate their people on blood donation.
• Faith Based radi...
Training of Imams in Mombasa
Donor Community Club Model
GG
Train the Clubs on Blood safety/blood
donation/P25
The Clubs Organize for blood drives and r...
0
5,000
10,000
15,000
20,000
25,000
30,000
35,000
2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013
Blood Units Mobilized by HWWK 20...
Repeat Donors
• The proportion of repeat donors increased
from an average of 37% (4,771/ 14,725) in the
2006-2008 period t...
7.5%
14.2%
16.9%
17.4%
0%
2%
4%
6%
8%
10%
12%
14%
16%
18%
20%
2010 2011 2012 2013
%ofHWWKContribution HWWK Contribution to...
41
48 50
61
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59
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10
20
30
40
50
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70
Oct-Dec
2012
Jan-Mar
2013
Apr-Jun
2013
Jul -Sep
2013
Oct-Dec
2013
Jan-Mar
2014
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7.5
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7.0
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Oct-Dec
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Jan-Mar
2013
Apr-Jun
2013
Jul -Sep
2013
Oc...
Impact of working with organized
community groups
• The community group members owns blood
donation activities and organiz...
A community mobilizer during west gate
disaster blood drives
Hakuna Kulia youths perform during a
blood drive
Recommendations
• Lobby the Kenya government to increase blood safety funding
in its fiscal planning
• Partnership with pr...
FINALLY,
Acknowledge
• CDC
• WHO
• PSI
• KNBTS
• HWWK
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KNBTS estimates Kenya’s annual need for blood to be 200,000-250,000 units annually.
Collection is about 160,000 units.
There is a deficit of about 40,000-90,000 units annually.
However WHO recommends 10-20 units of blood per 1000 population.
Kenya population (2009) was 38,610 097* which would put Kenya’s need to a minimum of 380,000 units annually.

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  • Mention that the funding and number of mobilizers stayed the same.
  • Oct-Dec 2013 high cost is due to start of the year activities such as staff planning workshops.
  • The Impact of Having the Leaders of Faith Based Organization (FBOs) and Community-based Organizations (CBOs) as Blood Donor Recruiters and Safe & Sufficient Blood Champions: Case of HOPE worldwide Kenya (HWWK) blood safety program 2006-2013

    1. 1. “The Impact of Having the Leaders of Faith Based Organization (FBOs) and Community- based Organizations (CBOs) as Blood Donor Recruiters and Safe & Sufficient Blood Champions: Case of HOPE worldwide Kenya (HWWK) blood safety program 2006-2013” KNBTS and HWWK NOPE Presentation: June 2014 Margaret Mwangi
    2. 2. Overview Background • Location • Current Situation • Population of Kenya in relation to blood donation • Recruitment in Kenya • Recommendations
    3. 3. Regional Blood Banks in Kenya
    4. 4. Current Situation • KNBTS estimates Kenya’s annual need for blood to be 200,000-250,000 units annually. • Collection is about 160,000 units. • There is a deficit of about 40,000-90,000 units annually. • However WHO recommends 10-20 units of blood per 1000 population. • Kenya population (2009) was 38,610 097* which would put Kenya’s need to a minimum of 380,000 units annually. * Based on 2009 Census by KNBS
    5. 5. Proportions of Blood Donors (2009) Potential Blood donors Population 15-64 years Secondary School: 1,796,467 Adult: 18,888,533 Actual Blood Donors in 2009 Secondary School: 88,590 Adult: 35,429 95.1% 4.9% Secondary School Students Did not Donate Blood Donated Blood 99.8% 0.2% Adults Did not Donate Blood Donated Blood
    6. 6. HWWK and Blood donation HOPE worldwide Kenya (HWWK) is a faith- based - Non Governmental Organization, mandated by Kenya National Blood Transfusion Services (KNBTS) to recruit blood donors from Faith and Community Based Organizations, learning Institutions, and the General Populations.
    7. 7. Engaging CBOs to increase adult blood donors • HWWK trains community based groups leaders on blood donation and blood safety. • The group leaders recruits potential blood donors to become regular blood donors. • The groups are capacity build to become more self sustenance through HWWK organizational capacity development program • The groups use their talents to recruit blood donors during mobile blood drives within their communities
    8. 8. Kwarula from NBTC training mobilisers on blood and blood components
    9. 9. Engaging FBO Leaders • HWWK trains FBO leaders and they in turn educate their people on blood donation. • Faith Based radio stations make announcements of Blood Drives that are due to occur in their FBOs. • This include Hope FM, Radio Iqra, Sayare and Waumini Radio
    10. 10. Training of Imams in Mombasa
    11. 11. Donor Community Club Model GG Train the Clubs on Blood safety/blood donation/P25 The Clubs Organize for blood drives and recruit their community Members of the club grow their club by recruiting other members and organizing for drives HWWK Identifies the Clubs OCD
    12. 12. 0 5,000 10,000 15,000 20,000 25,000 30,000 35,000 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Blood Units Mobilized by HWWK 2006-2013 After training CBO/FBO leaders Prior to training CBO/FBO leaders
    13. 13. Repeat Donors • The proportion of repeat donors increased from an average of 37% (4,771/ 14,725) in the 2006-2008 period to 42% (8,206/ 19,395) in the 2009-2013 period. • Odds ratio 1.530 95% C.I (1.463-1.600), p<0.0001
    14. 14. 7.5% 14.2% 16.9% 17.4% 0% 2% 4% 6% 8% 10% 12% 14% 16% 18% 20% 2010 2011 2012 2013 %ofHWWKContribution HWWK Contribution to KNBTS National Annual Collection (2010-2013)
    15. 15. 41 48 50 61 51 59 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 Oct-Dec 2012 Jan-Mar 2013 Apr-Jun 2013 Jul -Sep 2013 Oct-Dec 2013 Jan-Mar 2014 UnitsofBloodperDrive Average Units of Blood Collected per Drive (18 month period)
    16. 16. 8.9 6.1 5.5 4.2 7.5 3.6 - 1.0 2.0 3.0 4.0 5.0 6.0 7.0 8.0 9.0 10.0 Oct-Dec 2012 Jan-Mar 2013 Apr-Jun 2013 Jul -Sep 2013 Oct-Dec 2013 Jan-Mar 2014 UnitCost(USD) Unit cost of collecting one pint of blood, USD (18 month period)
    17. 17. Impact of working with organized community groups • The community group members owns blood donation activities and organizes bi-annual events. • The CBOs also are able to resource mobilize for their blood donation activities and other of their group events • The groups respond by donating and recruiting the public during disaster. They form a pool of safe donors, and donor clubs- P25 • HWWK also works with the local celebrities as blood donor ambassadors to influence decision making
    18. 18. A community mobilizer during west gate disaster blood drives
    19. 19. Hakuna Kulia youths perform during a blood drive
    20. 20. Recommendations • Lobby the Kenya government to increase blood safety funding in its fiscal planning • Partnership with private entities to promote blood donation. A win-win situation is created for the firm and blood donor program. • Encourage local and international corporates and organizations to support blood donation work after donors pulls out in September 2014 • Partner with Media houses as part of their CSR to promote blood donor activities to curb crisis especially during the holiday months.
    21. 21. FINALLY, Acknowledge • CDC • WHO • PSI • KNBTS • HWWK

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