Kenyan Nurse's And Midwife's Honored With 3D Projection On The KICC Building.(Photos)
The iconic Kenyatta International Convention Centre (KICC) was on Wednesday night all lit up with a 3D projection of of Kenyan Nurse's and Widwives by the Beyond Zero Campaign, an event which was presided over by the first Lady Margaret Kenyatta.
This lighting up was done to honour the Kenyan Nurse's and Widwives for playing a leading role in promoting in promoting primary healthcare in the country.
This event was held ahead of the 2021 Beyond Zero Summit which will take place on Friday.
This event will be led by First Lady Margaret Kenyatta and it will focus on the primary healthcare as the cornerstone of the Universal healthcare and the first point of contact of most patients.
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