This is a reflective analysis of the nursing situation in Kenya: Framing the debate ‘2020, the year of the nurse’ Abstract: WHO has declared 2020 the Year of the Nurse & Midwife. Nurses in Kenya have been faced with a need to rise to demands of frequent policy changes in the last couple of years.
MEMORANDUM: A CITIZEN’S CONTRIBUTION TO NATIONAL ETHOS, ‘KENYA THE LAND OF THE INCORRUPTIBLE’ Kenya has variously been referred by us and our neighbours as ‘nchi ya kitu kidogo’. What appears like a belittling preamble ‘nchi ya kitu kidogo – the end of an era’ appears in the BBI documents and BBI website. A rebuttal on the
Building bridges initiative versus mending walls. It cannot be doing one and the same thing. This is my concern for BBI. Kenyans need to be wary of the imminent likelihood that we might end up mending walls instead of building bridges. With the previously adversarial teams into the field, we would only hope they will
Now that the Health Service Commission (HSC) is in the Building Bridges Intiative (BBI): what next? Last two weeks it was hooray!! – at last, the HSC is in the BBI! it’s in clause 163 section: A and B. Whether there is anything else that will be good to write home about as far as
1.0 Introduction This is a critical analysis of the nursing situation in Kenya as it focuses on highlighting day-to-day conundrums that we all face as nurses in the advent of policy change demands. It is a trail of social media postings by various individuals on the subject over time. A realistic approach to policy analysis