The Covid-19 pandemic has shown us, that we are not prepared as a Country to take proper care of its citizens in moments of a health crisis. The reality is that our health system is fragmented and if anybody falls sick, regardless of social status receiving health care services in… Read More »Kenya’s health system is broken, UHC can fix it.
Gordon Otieno Odundo
The Covid-19 pandemic has shown us that Kenya is not adequately prepared to manage a health crisis. Our health care system is disjointed and not able to provide care to its citizens and there continues to be systemic discrimination in the provision of healthcare in Kenya between the affluent and… Read More »Kenya can lead the way in Providing Equitable Health Care
People worldwide are living longer, an indication that many are reaping fruits of hard work to live their dreams and aspiration for a good life. Most people are entering into their sixties and living beyond. In fact, the world has entered into an ageing population where a bigger percentage of… Read More »Addressing skills gap key to transformation of Kenya’s health sector
Kenya’s ability to remain productive, make huge economic gains and provide its citizens reasonable standards of living is dependent on how it governs the health sector especially during this COVID-19 pandemic. The pandemic has upended our ways of life, greatly exposing loopholes in research and reprioritisation of investment in both… Read More »Corporate Governance Key in achieving health goals
While Kenya has made significant reforms in the health sector towards achieving universal health coverage, attaining quality and affordable health care needs aggressive progression of the three strategic pillars of manufacturing, food security and affordable housing under the Big Four Agenda. The most urgent thing the government must do is… Read More »How the Big Four pillars can reduce the cost of healthcare in Kenya
Kenya’s universal health coverage (UHC) quest has been at the forefront of the national agenda for several years. With renewed enthusiasm following the launch of the Big 4 agenda by Uhuru’s government that places healthcare as a pathway to achieving greater national prosperity. But what do we mean by universal… Read More »ICT, Partnerships Central In Universal Healthcare Dream