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Kenyan Nurses And Midwives Association

The home of Kenyan Nurses who have relocated to the UK.

Kenyan Nurses And Midwives Association consists of Nurses and Midwives who have relocated from Kenya and now permanently residing in the United Kingdom (UK). We are passionate about sharing our experiences with all other Kenyan Nurses or Midwives empowering each other for a common good. We strive to achieve excellence in our daily lives and the communities we serve both in United Kingdom and Kenya.

KENMA-UK face to face launch meet

First Face to Face Launch meeting with KENMA-UK professionals, delegates, Nurses and Midwives

26 March 2022 | 10:00 – 17:00 GMT

KENMA-UK conference 2024

Holiday Inn Rotherham-Sheffield

11th May 2024

Kenma-UK Hoodie

KENMA-UK Hoodies Available Now

Our Mission

To represent Kenyan Nurses and Midwives in UK, advancing their nursing profession, promoting their wellbeing, welfare and have economic sustainability.

Our Vision

To provide a platform where Kenyan Nurses and Midwives can communicate and collaborate with other like-minded people or organisations, with the aim of striving for excellence.

Our Objectives

  • Recruitment & Training

    To support in identifying different recruitment and training routes allowing specialisation in all avenues of Nursing and Midwifery

  • Leadership & mentorship

    To run leadership and mentorship programmes enhancing promotion opportunities.

  • NMC Assistance

    To assist members with NMC revalidation.

  • Relocation & Settlement

    To offer pastoral care to Nurses and Midwives relocating from Kenya so their settlement is smooth, enhancing integration.

  • Economic Advice

    Advice on Economic sustainability using various stakeholders

  • Collaboration & Learning

    To collaborate with other international associations learning from each other and sharing good practices as we strive to achieve excellence.

  • Strive for Excellence

    To discuss, design, evaluate and implement any other activity that will support the aims and objectives of the association.

  • Career Support

    To support nurses and Midwives as they progress in their careers.

  • Mentorship For New Staff

    To provide mentorship support to new nurses and midwives in the career especially those recruited from Kenya.

  • Representation & Improvement

    To be a voice for all Kenyan Nurses and Midwives, providing a platform to raise, discuss, evaluate and implement recommendations.

  • Learning Through Experience

    To promote good practice, and learning from experiences.

  • Support Programmes

    To support Kenyan and UK programmes that could enhance and promote good practices that are evidence.

  • Equality & Diversity

    To advocate for equality and diversity at work places.

  • Evidence-Based Research

    To promote evidence-based research in nursing and midwifery.

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