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18 Jul
AstraZeneca COVID 19 vaccine being administered to frontline personnel in the Tourism and Hospitality sector, at the Kenyatta International Convention Centre on April 27, 2021. The first phase of the program will see over 5,000 workers in the hospitality sector in Nairobi County get vaccinated.
Photo | Jeff Angote | Nation
It’s time Kenya government, including counties, invested more in immunization
Category: Blog
By Reena Atuma Vaccine invention is the greatest public health intervention and gift of science in the history of humankind. Vaccines provide individuals and communities with th...
08 Apr
Stop TB
Challenge Facility for Civil Society Project on TB financing in Kisumu and Meru Counties
Category: Latest Posts
The projects seek to build advocacy capacities of communities for right based, gender-responsive, people centered and accountable TB response in Kisumu and Meru Counties in Kenya.
18 May
Donor
Curb dependence on donor support for health programmes
Category: Blog
The earliest countries to experience large-scale community transmission of COVID-19, such as China, Iran, Italy and Spain, offered incontrovertible proof that the pandemic requi...