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Four die following cholera outbreak in Mombasa

Mombasa county government has ordered closure of all unlicensed food and water vendors business in an attempt to contain further spread of cholera even as death toll from the disease rose to four.


Events

MISS/MRS EAST AFRICA CORPORATE 2016

The first competition that celebrate women renaissance into mainstream corporate leaders and homemakers The MISS/MRS CORPORATE EAST AFRICA queens become the voice of professional women in six countries of east Africa for one year .they will be responsible for conducting professional workshops ,charitable works,doing radio and television media interviews ,attending seminars



Finance

Kenya gets Sh3.28 billion health loan from Japan

Kenya has received a Sh3.28 billion loan from Japan which was promised last month by the Prime Minister of Japan, Mr. Shinzo Abe. The loan was pledged when President Uhuru Kenyatta went on a five-day official visit to Japan. President Uhuru who was in the company of 14 other African leaders also attended the 3rd UN World Conference on Disaster Risk Reduction [WCDRR] which was held in Sendai City.

Technologies

Kenya’s Private Health Markets

The role of private health financing in low- and middle-income countries is not well understood, with little documentation on what does and does not work. Accordingly, private health markets are often poorly regulated, with high prices and inconsistent quality of care. At the same time, many households pay directly for health services, and visit private health facilities.

Technologies

Kenya’s Private Health Markets

The role of private health financing in low- and middle-income countries is not well understood, with little documentation on what does and does not work. Accordingly, private health markets are often poorly regulated, with high prices and inconsistent quality of care. At the same time, many households pay directly for health services, and visit private health facilities.