CFWshops Statistics - Patients Served For Year 2002
 
 
JANUARY
FEBRUARY
MARCH
APRIL
MAY
JUNE
JULY
AUGUST
SEPTEMBER
OCTOBER
NOVEMBER
DECEMBER
TOTAL
1
Arahuka
820
644
655
727
800
547
878
947
758
818
749
634
8,977
2
Bethsaida
281
120
168
232
229
242
288
238
299
246
297
192
2,832
3
ByFaith
190
110
-
12
264
358
451
340
266
206
161
184
2,542
4
Ebenezar
277
257
299
94
-
-
-
114
278
160
147
138
1,764
5
Ecclesiastes
New Shop
32
226
258
6
Exodus
82
56
137
103
125
137
124
214
141
101
92
75
1,387
7
Gakiambika
512
634
634
532
632
549
644
352
356
392
422
290
5,949
8
Genesis
371
215
260
288
388
229
302
293
237
246
320
252
3,401
9
Good Samaritan
233
232
257
291
237
295
352
315
245
409
397
302
3,565
10
Good Shepard
47
38
21
44
31
36
20
Shop Closed
237
11
Kibingoti
954
825
1051
779
1073
1223
1208
964
851
812
865
970
11,575
12
Kiburu
942
703
660
574
1010
883
937
923
768
907
1046
908
10,261
13
Kamucina
47
88
51
41
34
68
64
96
168
221
181
188
1,247
14
Kanthenge
116
125
142
127
213
219
16
59
61
68
56
70
1,272
15
Kanyariri
174
174
161
123
231
175
276
146
113
86
68
89
1,816
16
Kanyuombora
548
505
531
476
520
556
804
592
459
507
473
546
6,517
17
Karaba
200
178
130
174
167
179
166
79
138
109
60
71
1,651
18
Kiandumu
395
361
-
-
-
-
365
460
321
352
419
322
2,995
19
Kigamu
64
72
41
27
58
46
41
66
104
105
426
160
1,210
20
Mathiga Meru
74
-
4
-
-
61
58
25
Shop Closed
222
21
Mbambaini
70
Shop Closed
91
94
112
63
-
430
22
Muga
157
181
197
194
189
203
212
179
151
158
138
129
2,088
23
Mwanana
37
107
173
154
192
251
306
284
220
203
184
174
2,285
24
Mwihoko
590
405
504
496
594
740
603
519
522
547
620
516
6,656
25
Mworoto
156
Shop Closed
156
26
Nezire
96
125
190
164
137
156
76
113
110
161
133
109
1,570
27
Njuka
368
406
475
309
433
480
437
296
313
222
253
219
4,211
28
St. Phillips
289
176
187
169
214
271
202
203
200
198
186
140
2,435
29
Thaita Clinic
379
316
159
356
288
231
228
136
166
129
140
116
2,644
 
TOTAL
8469
7053
7087
6486
8059
8135
9058
8044
7339
7475
7896
6794
91,895
NOTES:

1. CLOSED SHOPS

Ebenezar - Shop was closed in May by SHEF management when found in contravention of franchise rules. It was re-opened in August under new management.

Good Shepherd - This shop closed in July due to very poor performance, caused in large part by relationship difficulties experienced within the group that owns it. We are working with the group to see how the shop can be re-opened.

Mathiga Meru - This shop is in the Mbeere district, a poor area. The one Community HealthWorker was found to be unsuitable for the franchise work, and the group involved has not been able to find another shop manager so far. We hope to revive the shop by holding clinics there at least two times a month so that the community receives some basic services.

Mbambaini - This shop was also run by a community group, and they found the shop manager to be unsuitable. Though there was an attempt to re-open the shop under new management, there were unresolved issues which led to the shop being closed in December.

Mworoto - Shop was closed in February by SHEF management and the owners, who re-located from the area. A community health worker from the same area has successfully applied to open a shop, and the new shop will open in May 2003. 

 
2. NEW SHOP

Ecclesiastes - We opened one new shop in November. The shop is owned by Mrs. Mary Karuana, who was a member of the group that runs Genesis Shop. She has worked hard to save up enough funds for her own shop, and we were happy to enable her to start her own business.