The Epilepsy Support Foundation

The Epilepsy Support Foundation is a registered Welfare Organization (No. 1190/1990) established on the 17th of April 1990 and is a member of the International Bureau for Epilepsy. It was set up to promote and support people with epilepsy. There are regional branches and support groups in Harare, Gwanda, Buhera, Gutu and Bulawayo.

The purpose of the foundation is to supply free medical support services in the form of early detection, diagnosis, counseling, treatment and rehabilitation.

The Epilepsy Support Foundation have their own website, please visit them at ‘We, at the Epilepsy Support Foundation, believe that although people living with epilepsy face challenges that hinder their development socially, psychologically, medically, educationally and economically, with your support this situation can be reversed and we can together offer those living with epilepsy a better quality life and better opportunities to realize their personal potential.’

New EEG equipment put to good use

Posted on Jan 7th, 2014 - By admin

The EEG consumables donated to the Epilepsy Support Foundation in September have been put to good use on diagnostic and follow-up tests. This week,…

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EEG consumables donated to The Epilepsy Support Foundation

Posted on Sep 7th, 2013 - By admin

Through the kind donations of supporters of Friends of Kids in Zimbabwe we have been able to import EEG consumables for the EEG unit at the Epilepsy…

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We welcome The Epilepsy Support Foundation to ‘Friends’

Posted on Dec 15th, 2012 - By admin

The Epilepsy Support Foundation of Zimbabwe, a registered Welfare Organisation, established in April 1990 to promote and support people with epilepsy…

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