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Thousands Of Jobs For Kenyan Nurses In UK, Italy And Kuwait

Already, the Ministry of Health in conjunction with the British High Commission has dispatched the first batch of 19 Kenyan nurses to work at the United Kingdom’s (UK) National Health Service.

Mental Health: Public Private Partnerships Key to Promoting Quality Health Care

The Chiromo Hospital Group is a premier level 5 private mental health facility in sub saharan Africa that offers in and outpatient specialised treatment committed to  promoting holistic mental wellness, prevention of mental illnesses and management  of mental illnesses when they occur. 

Statistics And Figures on Mental Health in Kenya

Mental Health in Kenya: The alarming severity of COVID-19 has led to an unfortunate increase in mental health disorders globally. Fundamental changes in lifestyle, relationships, and other important parts of livelihood all have the potential to influence mental health, and this is especially true...

MultiChoice Kenya Donates PPEs To Help Fight Covid-19

MultiChoice Kenya has donated Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) worth Ksh2.3 million to the Ministry of Health intended for workers in high-risk areas and those in the frontline in support of the fight against the coronavirus pandemic. Speaking while receiving the donation, Health Cabinet Secretary Mutahi...

COVID-19 Vaccines Import Ban Takes Away a Lifeline For Private Hospitals

All licenses issued to private institutions for the importation of the vaccines have thus been suspended until further notice, the Cabinet Secretary for Health Mutahi Kagwe announced on 2nd April, throwing private entities that had committed funds to the initiative into a spin and leaving a huge population of Kenyans at the mercy of government.  “The participation of the private sector in the vaccination exercise now threatens the gains made in the fight against Covid-19 across the country,” Mr Kagwe said said.

Harassed President & Skeptical Kenyans as Covid-19 Vaccine Finally Arrives

Kenyans have expressed conflicted feelings toward the administering of vaccines and have relayed their concerns to governors who have in turn put the President on the spot. Governors implored President Uhuru Kenyatta and Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) leader Raila Odinga to receive the jab publicly to eliminate fears.