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Conference discusses Universal Health Coverage

It sought ways to improve the lives of citizens

In Summary

• Stakeholders mulled how private health facilities can help the state roll out UHC

Maggie Mami and Teresia Mbithe awarded certificate of membership by Amit Thakker
Maggie Mami and Teresia Mbithe awarded certificate of membership by Amit Thakker
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The Health Round-Up conference was recently held at the Radisson Blu Hotel Nairobi.

It brought together like-minded people in Kenya and abroad, who discussed how private health facilities can assist the state to fully roll out Universal Health Coverage and improve the lives of citizens.

 

Key speaker Health CAS Rashid Amani spoke of the importance of providing quality health care, as it is the only way of realising the Sustainable Development Goals African vision 2063.

KHF chairman Amit Thakker
KHF chairman Amit Thakker
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Shirleen Robi and communications officer Rebeccah Njogu
Shirleen Robi and communications officer Rebeccah Njogu
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Head of health sector Peter Gikonyo, Ethiopian Industry Employers Confederation president Tadele Yimer and Health CAS Rashid Amani
Head of health sector Peter Gikonyo, Ethiopian Industry Employers Confederation president Tadele Yimer and Health CAS Rashid Amani
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Dr Kahura Mundia, Liz Bwibo and Dr Arnold Malit pose for a photo with the Kenya Dental Association certificate of appreciation
Dr Kahura Mundia, Liz Bwibo and Dr Arnold Malit pose for a photo with the Kenya Dental Association certificate of appreciation
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Global chairman Dr Shem Ochuodho and Health CAS Rashid Amani
Global chairman Dr Shem Ochuodho and Health CAS Rashid Amani
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KHF chairman Amit Thakker and Puja Tank
KHF chairman Amit Thakker and Puja Tank
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