Mary Njambi Koikai, known as Jahmby Koikai, dedicated her life to raising awareness about endometriosis in Kenya.

She died at 38 due to complications from the condition. As a popular radio host and reggae DJ, she used her platform to demand better healthcare for women suffering from this painful menstrual disorder.

Despite her own struggles, she shared her experiences to help others understand and cope with endometriosis.

Her advocacy led to increased awareness and improvements in healthcare, including the establishment of endometriosis centers in Kenya.

Her efforts made a lasting impact, but the fight for better treatment of menstrual disorders continues. This story was reported by BBC.

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