Country Suffers Dire Lack of Medical Training Personnel and Facilities

Popular Press

Popular Press: Business Daily Sep 09, 2009

"Kenya is among 36 African countries in dire need of medical training personnel and equipment, suggesting a growing market demand for private medical training institutions. This was highlighted in a report by the World Health Organisation (WHO), which attested to the extent to which Sub Saharan Africa has lagged behind in the supply of medical personnel despite a 19.8 per cent growth in the number of health institutions over a five-year period."

Author
Isabella Mukumu

Region
Eastern Africa

Country
Kenya

Topic
Capacity Building
Innovation

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