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NKF Singapore /
Posted 3 months ago

Faced with the daunting challenge of coping with the rising kidney failure rate in Singapore with an average of 5.5 new daily cases needing dialysis or a transplant to survive, NKF initiated a Kidney We Care Movement (KWC), which was launched by Ms Grace Fu, Minister for Sustainability and the Environment on 9 January 2021. This movement aims to encourage people to undertake projects raising awareness of kidney health and to reduce kidney-related diseases. β€œA group of us comprising of 5 National University of Singapore (NUS) students were the first to take up a KWC project, collaborating with NKF to raise awareness about kidney failure on our Instagram page, @π—žπ—Άπ—»π—±π—²π—Ώπ—žπ—Άπ—±π—»π—²π˜†π˜€. As a group of students who wanted to give back to the community, we went to find out more about NKF and its cause, and learned a lot about kidney failure. After doing so, we wished to share the knowledge with border community so that more people are aware of this silent killer and will lead a healthier lifestyle!” β€” 𝑻𝒉𝒆 𝑡𝑼𝑺 π‘»π’†π’‚π’Ž Find out more about how you can participate in our Kidney We Care Movement and contribute with like-minded people like them! qrco.de/nkfkwc #PeopleOfNKF

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