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HEIR International UK delivers a range of programmes on health issues and Education. It provides information, advice and guidance and offers a wide selection of basic training programs and support to find employment.

Healthcare promotion

HEIR International runs activities that are aimed at;

  • Encouraging Physical activity
  • Smoking cessation
  • Preventing teen conceptions and sexually transmitted infections
  • Substance misuse and vulnerable young people
Information advice and guidance

The training and support to enables learners to tap into available opportunities and resources.  The learners are supported with employability skills via our Job Shop. Clients can however access these services independently as stand-alone services.

Training and development

HEIR international offers basic training on volunteering, CV development, interview skills, language skills, Healthy and safety at work. It also trains on equality and diversity.



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Education is a fundamental human right (as in article 26 of The universal declaration of human rights) and essential for the exercise of all other human rights. It promotes individual freedoms and empowerment, yet millions of children and adults remain deprived of educational opportunities, many as a result of poverty. Education is instrumental to a thriving society. It is therefore vital to educate and empower the next generation of agents of change. The result of this investment is profound; better job opportunities, raising income, improving health and reducing poverty among others.

Our work in Kisii county-Kenya Is working in partnership with the local community and teacher-parent association to support Nyankororo community school with ICT and laboratory infrastructure. We anticipate that through public cash donations, IT and laboratory equipment, HEIR will be able to provide the school with computers, books and bursaries to the very needy.


HEIR International today supports small rural healthcare facilities in Kenya. We work hand in hand with both national governments and local communities to ensure basic healthcare is available and affordable for all residents of remote villages. We currently are working with two health facilities, Keumbu and Ibeno.Training and education are also central to our support of health services. We mobilize volunteer healthcare professional to train and mentor health providers, managers and community representatives to strengthen their abilities to manage, regulate and monitor their local health services.

Our approach
  • Health Facility Support
  • Community-Based Health Services
  • Malaria control programs
  • Training and Education
  • Capacity Strengthening
  • WASH programs
Water and sanitation

Lack of access to clean water and proper sanitation traps people in poverty. Their health suffers and the prospect of developing economically remains far out of reach. Poor sanitation is one of the world’s biggest killers

Our water project in Kisii county- Kenya provides access to clean, safe and reliable water by digging wells, boreholes, tanks for rainy harvesting, spring protections and other water sources. As a result, now women and girls can save time once spent trekking long distances fetching water and invest it in education and other livelihood/economic activities. A sister project is under development in Machakos county where the need is even greater.

We are also helping poor communities to build Ventilated Improved Pit (VIP) latrines in school. They are equipped with ventilation pipes to get rid of the flies and smells. These are now very popular and very effective that local people have taken the initiative and built more in homesteads.