HEALTH

(PHOTOS): Kagwe launches Afia Njema program at Jumuia hospital

The initiative intends to provide better and affordable health care services.

In Summary

• The event was attended by NHIF Chairman Lewis Nguyai and General Secretary National Council of Churches of Kenya Rev Canon Chris Kinyanjui.

• The initiative intends to provide better and affordable health care services to Kenyans.

CS Mutahi Kagwe interacts with locals waiting to be served at the Jumuia Hospital Huruma on Wednesday 19, January during the launch of the National Council of Churches of Kenya(NCCK) Afia Njema program./WILFRED NYANGARESI
CS Mutahi Kagwe interacts with locals waiting to be served at the Jumuia Hospital Huruma on Wednesday 19, January during the launch of the National Council of Churches of Kenya(NCCK) Afia Njema program./WILFRED NYANGARESI

Health CS Mutahi Kagwe on Wednesday presided over the launch of the National Council of Churches of Kenya(NCCK) Afia Njema program at the Jumuia Hospital Huruma, Nairobi.

The event was attended by NHIF Chairman Lewis Nguyai and General Secretary National Council of Churches of Kenya Rev Canon Chris Kinyanjui.

According to the CS, the initiative intends to transform the Non-Communicable Diseases(NCDs) prevention and control landscape in Kenya as well as bring better and affordable health care services closer to the citizens.

CS Mutahi Kagwe launches the Jumuia Hospital Huruma on Wednesday 19, January during the launch of the National Council of Churches of Kenya(NCCK) Afia Njema program./WILFRED NYANGARESI
CS Mutahi Kagwe launches the Jumuia Hospital Huruma on Wednesday 19, January during the launch of the National Council of Churches of Kenya(NCCK) Afia Njema program./WILFRED NYANGARESI
CS Mutahi Kagwe, general secretary National council of churches of Kenya Rev Canon Chris Kinyanjui and Assistant county commissioner Okwiri Bernard plant a tree to mark the launch of the National Council of Churches of Kenya(NCCK) Afia Njema program./WILFRED NYANGARESI
CS Mutahi Kagwe, general secretary National council of churches of Kenya Rev Canon Chris Kinyanjui and Assistant county commissioner Okwiri Bernard plant a tree to mark the launch of the National Council of Churches of Kenya(NCCK) Afia Njema program./WILFRED NYANGARESI
Radiographer Gloria Akola and CS Mutahi Kagwe at the CT Scan room at the Jumuia Hospital Huruma on Wednesday 19, January during the launch of the National Council of Churches of Kenya(NCCK) Afia Njema program./WILFRED NYANGARESI
Radiographer Gloria Akola and CS Mutahi Kagwe at the CT Scan room at the Jumuia Hospital Huruma on Wednesday 19, January during the launch of the National Council of Churches of Kenya(NCCK) Afia Njema program./WILFRED NYANGARESI
CS Mutahi Kagwe interacts with locals waiting to be served at the Jumuia Hospital Huruma on Wednesday 19, January during the launch of the National Council of Churches of Kenya(NCCK) Afia Njema program./WILFRED NYANGARESI
CS Mutahi Kagwe interacts with locals waiting to be served at the Jumuia Hospital Huruma on Wednesday 19, January during the launch of the National Council of Churches of Kenya(NCCK) Afia Njema program./WILFRED NYANGARESI
CS Mutahi Kagwe at the Jumuia Hospital Huruma on Wednesday 19, January during the launch of the National Council of Churches of Kenya(NCCK) Afia Njema program./WILFRED NYANGARESI
CS Mutahi Kagwe at the Jumuia Hospital Huruma on Wednesday 19, January during the launch of the National Council of Churches of Kenya(NCCK) Afia Njema program./WILFRED NYANGARESI
Radiographer Gloria Akola and CS Mutahi Kagwe at the CT Scan room at the Jumuia Hospital Huruma on Wednesday 19, January during the launch of the National Council of Churches of Kenya(NCCK) Afia Njema program./WILFRED NYANGARESI
Radiographer Gloria Akola and CS Mutahi Kagwe at the CT Scan room at the Jumuia Hospital Huruma on Wednesday 19, January during the launch of the National Council of Churches of Kenya(NCCK) Afia Njema program./WILFRED NYANGARESI