Kenya, Greece Partner To Enhance Health Delivery

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Kenya and Greece have pledged to work together to improve health outcomes in the country.

Speaking in Nairobi on Wednesday when he paid a courtesy call on heath CS Susan Nakhumicha, Greece ambassador Antonios Sgouropoulos said the Greece government attaches great importance on the health of women and children, especially in developing nations.

Greece plans to establish a Fetal Medicine Unit in Kenya to help offer quality and affordable maternal health care.

The Greek government also plans to establish a Fetal Medicine Training Programme that will offer full scholarships to Kenyan health practitioners to study at King's Hospital in London in line with the structures of the National Health Care System.

The CS Nakhumicha thanked the Greek government for its continued support and partnerships, which she said has ensured Kenyans access to quality and affordable healthcare.

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