1 January 2013
Kenya: Over 2,000 Get Free Treatment
By Ng'ang'a Thairu
A Nairobi lawyer as called for private sector to supplement government efforts in providing healthcare especially to the elderly and children. Joakim Kiarie Kamere, founder of Kiarie Kamere Foundation, said the government alone cannot meet the country's healthcare requirements hence the need for other players to chip in.
He was speaking during a free medical camp organized by the foundation at Ng'enda Health Centre Gatundu South Kiambu County at the weekend. During the exercise conducted by a team of medics from Kenyatta National Hospital, Nairobi and MP Shah Hospitals and Kenya Cancer Association.
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