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Kenya’s sick health facilities cry for cure

The Standard Wednesday Life pg. 8&9
Wednesday, 25 Jun 2014

Judging from key health indicators such as life expectancy and maternal and child deaths, the Government has a long way to go in providing access to healthcare for all its citizens

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County boss Ranguma gives health top priority

Daily Nation County News page 20
Tuesday, 08 Jul 2014

Kisumu Governor Jack Ranguma has pledged to continue giving the health sector top priority

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Malnutrition and sexual violence against Kenyan children still worrying

The Star, pg. 29
Monday, 16 Jun 2014

As the world marks the International day of the African Child today, it offers a great opportunity for Kenya to reflect on the state of its children. While the country has no doubt made tremendous gains in some areas, it still has

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Doctors unite to ostracise fistula curse in Kenyan women

The People Special feature pg. 16
Sunday, 29 Jun 2014

Ignorance, poor services in public health facilities and poverty may push women with fistula conditions to resign to fate. However, non-governmental organizations have partnered with public hospitals to reignite the patients&rsquo

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Kenyans dance with HIV

The People, pg 7
Thursday, 26 Jun 2014

Survey shows proportion of people keen on their partners’ HIV status decreased with increasing number of lovers in past year. Nearly 46.4 per cent of people aged between 15-64 did not know the HIV status of their last sex pa

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Kenyans dance with HIV

The People, pg 7
Thursday, 26 Jun 2014

Survey shows proportion of people keen on their partners’ HIV status decreased with increasing number of lovers in past year. Nearly 46.4 per cent of people aged between 15-64 did not know the HIV status of their last sex pa

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Kenyans dance with HIV

The People, pg 7
Thursday, 26 Jun 2014

Survey shows proportion of people keen on their partners’ HIV status decreased with increasing number of lovers in past year. Nearly 46.4 per cent of people aged between 15-64 did not know the HIV status of their last sex pa

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What if donors don’t write that cheque?

The People Health magazine pg. 20
Wednesday, 25 Jun 2014

The slow take off of a proposed plan to wean the country off donor funding in HIV and AIDS prevention and treatment programmes could erode the gains already made

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