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Covid-19 response team hands out PPEs in Kibra

It aims to reduce the impact of Covid-19 among 2,000 households in Kibra by September 30

In Summary

• The Kibra Subcounty Covid-19 Response Team is out to contain coronavirus in Kibra

Medical officer Dr. Sahra Mohammed, NMS Division Coordinator Infection Prevention and Case Management Dr. Caro Ngunu, I Choose Life – Africa CEO engineer Mike Mutungi and asst county commisioner Jesse Ithai
Medical officer Dr. Sahra Mohammed, NMS Division Coordinator Infection Prevention and Case Management Dr. Caro Ngunu, I Choose Life – Africa CEO engineer Mike Mutungi and asst county commisioner Jesse Ithai
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A team formed to fight Covid-19 in Kibra on Thursday handed over assorted Covid-19 PPEs at the Pentecostal Church Hall in the subcounty.

It also launched the Kibra and Langata subcounties Covid-19 health workers training. This was in partnership with I Choose Life-Africa.

The overall goal of the Kibra Subcounty Covid-19 Response Team is to reduce the impact of Covid-19 among 2,000 households in Kibra by September 30.

The team is led by Kibra Deputy County Commissioner and comprises 21 civil society organisations and other actors.

I Choose Life Africa county manager Vincent Ayako .
I Choose Life Africa county manager Vincent Ayako .
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Kibra constituency COVID secretariat Leah Asego
Kibra constituency COVID secretariat Leah Asego
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I Choose Life Africa regional manager Gibson Mwaita
I Choose Life Africa regional manager Gibson Mwaita
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Nuru Ahamed and SHOFCO acting chief program officer Caroline Sakwa.JPG
Nuru Ahamed and SHOFCO acting chief program officer Caroline Sakwa.JPG
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Clinical service officer Domtila Ogaro and I Choose Life Africa training and outreach Biwott Shadrack .
Clinical service officer Domtila Ogaro and I Choose Life Africa training and outreach Biwott Shadrack .
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Lab technicians Jane Kutandaza and Mary Kezee
Lab technicians Jane Kutandaza and Mary Kezee
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