“I grew up in Limuru, Kenya, and I’m on a mission to bring quality healthcare to Kenyan farming communities by sharing our extraordinary Kenyan purple tea with the world! Join me!“
-Martin Kabaki, Founder
DOING GOOD IN KENYA
In 2012, the Kabaki family established the non-profit Kijiji Medical Clinic in Naivasha, Kenya near the purple tea-growing region of Meru. Currently the Kabaki family and Kabaki Kenyan Purple Tea are fundraising to expand the Kijiji Clinic in order to serve more patients and offer more services including X-ray radiology, blood analysis, kidney dialysis, ultrasound, and mammography. We are also in development to create a sustainable organic farm that will provide food for clinic patients and support the larger community through sales and job opportunities.
Kabaki Kenyan Purple Tea is committed to making quality healthcare accessible to underserved Kenyan communities through fundraising and NGO partnership.
NGO MATTER & KABAKI
Kabaki is proud to partner with NGO MATTER in their commitment to connecting underserved communities with the life-saving resources they need. As a leading international non-profit, MATTER has connected over $52 million in medical equipment and supplies to 40 countries. Together with MATTER, Kabaki is making great strides to bring accessible healthcare and improved quality-of-life to our tea growing communities.
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