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First Lady Seeks Strong Partnership As She Seeks To Implement This

The First Lady Margaret Kenyatta is calling for a renewed commitment so that she can be able to help and campaign in the elimination of mother-to-child transmission (eMTCT) of HIV and Syphilis in the country.

“I am convinced our successes rely on harmonised efforts from both the public and private sectors. I believe our targets are achievable because of the solid partnerships we have built with you,” she said.

The First Lady was speaking during a virtual meeting on improving the progress towards achieving the validation for the elimination of mother-to-child transmission of HIV and syphilis by 2021.

She also applauded the existing partnership between the Beyond Zero initiative one of his initiative and other health stakeholders.

The first lady desire to cub the HIV and aids in Kenya especially to the female gender.

One of the netizens has raised a concern that their is shortage of Arvs in the hospital an issue that should be addressed as the first lady continues with her Partnerships.

"Haya. But haven't I been reading for sometime now that there are no ARV's available in public hospitals? " One of the netizen expressed his unsatisfaction about the same.

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