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Alok Kumar 🇮🇳 4h
Launch of the -PM Jan Arogya Yojna ( ) today is a big step in the journey towards . Provides financial cover to the poor for health related expenses. It is such a big reform that it is visible from space.Looking forward to good execution on the ground.
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Wellbeing Foundation 6m
"How many countries in Africa have met the declaration to pledge 15% of their government budgets to health?" - question posed at the breakfast. The answer: only 2 countries have done so.
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Eric 5h
We can't talk about Universal Health Coverage without talking about . We can't achieve UHC without imploring Kenya Civil Aviation Authority to drop the heavy fees imposed on drones. Here are 5 ways drones can help Kenya attain .
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Hon. Esther M Passaris Sep 17
Hospitals Level 1 to 5 are a devolved function under the County Government and the oversight function is with the Senate. At the National Assembly we oversight the Referral Hospitals. Having said that I shall engage the Governor to look critically and honestly on the gaps?
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Rob Yates 7h
One thing is clear now in India, access to healthcare at long last has become a major political issue!
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CS Sicily Kariuki Sep 20
The Health Benefits Advisory Panel Chair Prof Kokwaro presented the Essential Benefit Package to me today. The proposed benefit package prioritizes quality preventive, promotive and curative health services for all Kenyans.
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Rob Yates 6h
nails it: Genuine political commitment from the head of state and all government is the key to
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The Partnership 1h
Shanelle Hall, Deputy Executive Director points out some key things for success: Data, working with governments. quality of care, pushing the agenda for and holding ourselves accountability.
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Rob Yates 7h
“Modicare” is going to be a goldmine for India’s private hospitals and surgeons whilst PHC is crowded out
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Dr Githinji Gitahi 23h
. Kenya has one of the highest neonatal deaths in EA at 22/1000 births. Add still births ~ 45/1000. Pumwani delivers ~ 20k mothers/yr means about 900 deaths per year. Surprised by 12 deaths in 5 days? Problem is national - let’s have the right conversation
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Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus @ #UNGA Sep 19
the birth place of Universal Health Coverage
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PSNAfrica 2m
Join us in 2 days as we join the rest of the world to take action for a healthy and more productive society with our our partnership with for a Social Media Relay on the 25th-27th of Sept, 2018
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Trixie B. Sep 19
Dr. Paterno discussing the positive points of SBN 1896.
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Renzo Guinto Sep 22
This week in : Shared my paper, “ in ‘One ’: Are Migrants Included?” Time to treat migrants not as vectors of disease but as human beings with health rights too!
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“Universal health coverage is ultimately a political choice. It is the responsibility of every country and national government to pursue it.” -
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