For Kenyans it is 'not yet Uhuru' in the health sector

The ever potent saying that “beggars have no choices” became a reality for us.

In Summary

• Global health continues to operate in deeply politicized ways with the colonial legacy trends continuing largely albeit in subtle politically correct ways.

• Even though we nominally attained independence some 60 plus years ago, the development assistance for health architect has remained lopsided.

Two recent events in Kenya stick out like a sore thumb, the recent spat between the Kenya government and USAID on the modalities of importing HIV antiretrovirals and the implicit taxation ...

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