Hearing is a gift

Hearing impairment is a national and international issue that knows no boundaries. We believe that everyone has a right to better hearing healthcare and we make every effort to continue supporting the work of various organisations that are dedicated to alleviating hearing impairment in needy countries.

Some Of Our Work To Date Includes:

Lavandah Omondi

My name Lavandah Adhiambo Omondi,  I am 22 years old student at Catholic University of Eastern …

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Helping Children Reach Their Dreams – Vera Alouch

This young girl, found a purpose at a Soccer Club in Kibera after being treated by …

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Making Hearing Health a Global Priority

As a Trustee of the Hearing Conservation Council, Seema has trained health-workers in various developing countries such …

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Sisters from The Missionaries Of Charities Mother Teresa Home

Sisters From The Missionaries of Charity Mother Teresa Home After being fit with Hearing Aids by …

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Helping Children Build Their Future – Fortune, 16yrs

  REF: THANK YOU VERY VERY MUCH!! My name is Fortune a Student in Lang’ata high …

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Setting Up Ear Care And Audiology Services In Addis Ababa – Kindernothilfe Ethiopian Orthodox Church

Dr Rupani and Seema have have been instrumental in setting up Ear care and Audiology services …

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Zanzibar Outreach Program

The Zanzibar Outreach Program (ZOP) is a respected NGO committed to improving community access to Health …

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Advisor On Hearing For The World Wide Hearing (World Health Organisation)

Seema has always believed that hearing care needs to be affordable and accessible. She works with …

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Setting Up An ENT And Audiology Department At The Mnazi Moja Hospital, Zanzibar

As part of the sponsored work by Impact, Dr Rupani and Seema have assisted in the …

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Trustee Of The Impact Foundation, Advisor On Making Hearing Aids And Hearing Aids Maintenance Affordable And Accessible

I truly value your contribution to the prevention and reversal of hearing loss through IMPACT, Hearing …

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Seema has been bestowed with the prestigious Presidential National Award of Moran of the Order of the Burning Spear (Jamhuri Day Honours 2021) by HE The President Uhuru Kenyatta and The First Lady Margaret Kenyatta. She has been recognized for Clinical & Professional Excellence and contribution to the lives of people living with hearing loss, and prevention of disability, at local, national and international levels.


It’s a privilege to have met you. You, like your Father who I respect so much are wonderful. May you be blessed, Uncle Moody.

HON Moody Awori, Former Vice-President of Kenya

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An article by Seema Shah published in the Canadian Audiologist

Seema’s interview with Crossover on the importance of addressing hearing difficulties and why she is so passionate about her work.


An Article published in the Business Daily highlighting our efficient and quality services

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