Quick Links – In 1989, Indiana University School of Medicine and Moi University School of Medicine agreed to join together to develop leaders in health care for both the U.S. and Africa. That mission, the IU/Kenya Partnership has inspired the provision of invaluable training to future generations of health care providers on both continents. - For over 90 years, the Moi Teaching and Referral Hospital has served as a referral hospital for all of western Kenya. The bed capacity currently stands at 800 with the inclusion of the new Riley Mother and Baby Hospital. Future plans include a 250 bed state-of-the-art Children’s Hospital. - Since 1924, Riley Hospital for Children in Indianapolis, IN has provided compassionate care, support and comfort to children and their families. As Indiana's first and only comprehensive pediatric hospital, Riley Hospital has more than 245,000 inpatient and outpatient pediatric visits annually from across the state, nation and the world. Riley Hospital continues to be recognized as one of the top children's hospitals and has achieved many distinctions, establishing the hospital as one of the premier pediatric research facilities in the nation. - The Moi University School of Medicine (MU) was started as the second medical school in Kenya in 1988. It admitted its first medical students in 1990 and graduated its first doctors in 1997. Its faculty and students are an integral part of the Riley Mother Baby Hospital of Kenya. – Vitamin Angels is dedicated to reducing child mortality worldwide by advancing availability, access and use of essential nutrients to newborns, infants and children under five. They focus on two main programs that ensure maximum impact: (1) Vitamin A -- An estimated 190 million children suffer from vitamin A deficiency (VAD) worldwide, a major underlying cause of child mortality and blindness around the world. However, with a simple, cost-effective vitamin A capsule each six months we can prevent VAD blindness and reduce under-five child mortality by 23%. (2) Multivitamins -- Essential multiple micronutrients, or multivitamins, reduce the effects of undernutrition and malnutrition in children under five. Their program offers infants and children the nutrients they need to grow up healthy, increasing their potential for educational and economic achievements in life. We are grateful for their generosity and assistance in providing our children essential nutrients to assist in their growth and development. -- Hospital Sisters Mission Outreach is a not-for-profit organization focused on the recovery and responsible redistribution of healthcare equipment and supplies to developing countries. Today, Mission Outreach distributes more than $6 million in surplus equipment and supplies each year, with accountability measures in place to ensure appropriate distribution. We are grateful for the generosity of this extraordinary mission and for their assistance in helping to furnish and equip the hospital.