Ministry of health has today conducted an address concerning the health of Kenyans. Health cabinet Assistant Secretary Dr. Rashid Aman delivers a keynote address on behalf of Cabinet secretary Mutahi Kagwe during the launch of the 4th edition of the manual of clinical procedures in Nursing and Midwifery & entry level scope of practices for Nurses and Midwifery in Kenya.
Dr. Rashid Aman said that this two issues are documents signifying a milestone in fulfilling the function of improving, promoting and protecting the health of Kenyans as well as their wellbeing through Health policy.
Dr. Rashid Aman Aman said that when this procedures are put into practice, they will provide Nurses and Midwives with the knowledge and skills that will enable them to deliver high quality of care in the key areas that matters to patients, clients and the community at large.
However, a section of Kenyans reacted to the ministry of health address by questioning them where is the money which was designed for Covid-19. Below are their reactions.
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