Kenyans need to be empowered enough to avoid being unfairly charged by bringing their hospital bill up to date through tweaking it. Claims of bills inflation were emerging everywhere with hospitals unfairly generating revenue from patients. We need to figure out as a country whether we can continue on this trajectory. When one sees the
Zusha Zusha [Swahili word for protest, Speak up] is a road safety campaign ´cos – 3 in 10 matatu deaths could be avoided by speaking up! It makes a clarion call on Kenyans to: Speak up. Some stickers feature pictures of accidents or injured passengers with messages on- the life you can save by
Figures do not lie but they could about beds and cots in public hospitals in Kenya’. From the statistics provided, in 2014 there were 1.65 hospital beds per 1,000 people. This is the second part of this section covering unique characteristics of sub-Saharan Africa’s health care settings which include among others – turbulence and holidaying
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.