About KSPRAS

The Kenya Society of Plastic Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgeons was registered by the registrar of societies on 10th November 2006. From it's modest beginnings, the society now boasts a membership of 30 registered Plastic Surgeons and Plastic Surgery Trainees. Through KSPRAS, the first Plastic Surgery training program in the region was established at the University of Nairobi. The success of the society has been built on the foundation of unity, collaboration and excellence in clinical practice and research

MISSION

To uplift the standard of practice in the field of Plastic Surgery

VISION

To become a global authority and leader in setting standards of Clinical care in Plastic Surgery



Key Society Goals

INCREASE MEMBERSHIP

A professional society can only be as strong as it's membership. Our 2020 recruitment campaign seeks to onboard all Registered Plastic Surgeons in Kenya

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RESEARCH & PUBLICATIONS

The completion and publication of the National Wound Care Guidelines and Point Prevalence study will be a key performance indicator for KSPRAS IN 2020

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EXPANSION OF THE RESIDENCY PROGRAM

Training Plastic Surgeons has always been at the heart of KSPRAS. The training program ensures continuity and consistent standards of Plastic Surgeons across the country

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KSPRAS Outreach Programs



CLEFT LIP & PALATE CAMPS

In collaboration with Cleft-Kinder Hilfe, the Society has continued to run its highly successful and impactful Cleft lip and palate camps throughout the country. The camps provide highly specialized surgical services to underserved communities

WOUND CARE CAMPS

Conducted in collaboration with wound society of Kenya

BURNS AWARENESS WEEK

Conducted in collaboration with the Burn Society of Kenya to create awareness on Burn safety and Management



KSPRAS Executive Committee



PROF. STANLEY KHAINGA

CHAIRMAN

DR. SHABAN SAIDI

VICE CHAIRMAN

DR. KIMANI WANJERI

SECRETARY GENERAL

DR. DORSI JOWI

TREASURER

DR. KENNETH ALUORA

ASSISTANT TREASURER

DR. JOHN-PAUL OGALO

ORGANIZING SECRETARY



Main Collaborators



  • Ministry of Health
  • County Governments
  • University of Nairobi
  • Pharmaceutical Companies
  • Public & Private Hospitals
  • Deutsche CleftKinderhilfe



Our Partners





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