The Health System

The Health System is worth knowing for a journalist. Extremely important for Kenyan citizens, but also said to be the most corruption prone sector in the country.

Passive Smoking Wide Spread Despite Stiff Laws

David Murathe, the Jubilee Party vice-chairman, was summoned by the Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission (EACC) on September 4, 2020. It…

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COVID-19 and Corruption Affects Aid to Kenya

The COVID-19 pandemic has negatively affected the global economy, causing job losses and the closure of businesses. It is also…

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Maternal Health Threatened By COVID-19 

Pregnant mothers are expected to follow various procedures and programs to ensure a safe and smooth journey all the way…

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Nurses and midwives Face Challenges Amid COVID-19 Crisis

There is need to appreciate the life-saving roles of nurses and midwives as front-line health workers. Together with other health…

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Covid-19: Patients Keep Off Hospitals in Kenya

Kenya, like most countries, was caught unprepared to handle the coronavirus pandemic. In an effort to save the situation, the…

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Coronavirus Affects Crucial 2020 Calendars

The coronavirus outbreak has affected the annual calendars for learning institutions, parliament, county assemblies and sports. This unexpected interference could…

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Counties Not Prepared as Coronavirus Spreads

    A patient exhibiting symptoms of coronavirus was rushed to a private hospital in Bungoma County on Monday 23rd…

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Economic Impact of Covid-19 Worsens Despite Government Interventions

  The Novel Coronavirus keeps spreading across the world. People suddenly have to deal with curfews and shutdowns. Kenya is…

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Kenyans Still Reluctant to Protect Themselves from Coronavirus

  The coronavirus pandemic has killed thousands of people across the globe while others are still getting infected. The government…

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Strict Measures to Curb the Spread of the Coronavirus

On Friday March 6th, 2020 Kenyans received confirmation of the first case of COVID-19, commonly known as Coronavirus. The patient…

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