Showcasing Concern For Health Care Costs in Kenya was every Kenyans’ responsibility. Today we will be looking at showcasing concern for the rising health care costs in Kenya. In the absence of an ethical and moral concern, the situation would only get worse. Surely, costs should not just keep on rising just because they can.
[Picture courtesy of dreamstime.com] Were Health Care Costs in Kenya Driven by an Insatiable Demand to Make More Profit Or There Was More? Today we look at how some Kenyans were beating the odds. Recently EACC unearthed in a 40 page report on Ministry of Health. A systems audit aimed to seal loopholes of corruption
Today I will be sharing on some topical issue based on my personal experience as a nurse in a crisis situation -post election violence. What it could mean for a nurse to be caught up in the skirmishes. Now that Kenya is facing such a threat what are the fears a nurse would have in
My conscience is clear – Well, Ngumo doesn’t go to school, My children- Take him along on Sundays; when He is not herding the neighborhood cows for A little pay, Me, I pay through the Patron. Actually I neither know his other names, Nor what he thinks, He’s always so quiet, For sure I don’t
As a voter and health care provider, I wonder why there were no medicines in Kenyan public hospitals if there was so much else to show off. I will start by explaining the showiness, then why some of our priorities were upside down. In one senatorial by-election in the recent years, the campaign was very