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The Kenya Healthcare unions wishes to express concern about the looming crisis in the counties, owing to the cash crunch occasioned by the national government’s delay to disburse funds to the devolved units. According to a letter by the Council of Governors (CoG) Chairperson Anne Waiguru, the National Treasury owes all 47 counties a whooping Ksh.92 billion for the 2022/2023

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KMPDU wishes healthcare workers and all Kenyans an Easter season filled with peace, joy and spirit of renewal.May you find strength and solace in the sacrifice of Jesus, and may His love guide you in all your endeavors. God bless you!

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“Corporate Controlled essential services: Profit Over People”

The ESA Sub Regional Committee (SUBRAC) meeting began in earnest yesterday in Kigali Rwanda. The meeting brings together trade unionists from Kenya, Rwanda, Tanzania, Uganda, Burundi, Sierra Leone, Liberia, Ghana, Nigeria and TanzaniaThe Key message during the opening of the meeting was that the Global Private Profiteers have earmarked Kenya as their first point of attack in Africa in their

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The most important word in the language of the working class is SOLIDARITY “Unions representing workers in the public sector have agreed to tackle the SRC menace jointly.Yesterday, the trade union leaders under the umbrella of PSI met and agreed to move to court to seek a constitutional interpretation of the mandate of the SRC vis-à-vis the constitutional provisions under

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KENYA Medical Practitioners, Pharmacists and Dentists’ UNION is an affiliate of PSI – Public Services International a GUF which brings together 700 trade unions representing more than 30 million working people globally. As part of its mandate of strengthening trade unions, Yesterday, the PSI West and East Africa Sub-Regional Secretary Dr Everline Aketch together with an Organizing Consultant Steven Ward

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Stakeholders’ Engagement

The healthcare sector is an essential aspect of any country, and the quality of healthcare services provided can have a significant impact on the overall well-being of the population. However, providing quality healthcare services can be a challenge, especially in areas where resources are limited. This is where stakeholders’ engagement comes in as a key factor in alleviating healthcare sector

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