Kenyans have joined Kenya Medical Training College (KMTC) chairman, Prof. Phillip Kaloki and CEO Michael Kiptoo in passing appreciation to Mama Margret Kenyatta for assisting vulnerable and marginalized communities through Beyond Zero initiative.
KMTC has collaborated with this initiative to sponsor deserving students for course in ECHN(Enrolled Community Health Nursing), certificate level.
Speaking during 89th KMTC graduation, Prof. Kaloki and Prof. Kiptoo also confirmed that they get assistance from world Bank. "Our patners included Beyond Zero headed by the first lady, Her Excellency Mama Margret Kenyatta and the World Bank which has been very supportive to us." Said Prof. Kaloki.
Kenyans took opportunity to congratulate the first lady also for assisting women through the same initiative. This initiative has helped our mothers to deliver freely without charges in hospital increasing the survival rate of newborns and also helps to minimize new HIV infections among children. Below are some of their reactions.
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