Kenyan Doctors Deny Cancelling Strike
The government had said the doctors resumed work, effectively ending the over three-month boycott, but a spot check at the hospitals revealed that most doctors were not back at work, and the doctors union also said the strike was still on, according to the East African.
East African, 12 March 2017
Doctors in Kenya have denied claims by the government that they had called off their work boycott. Read more »
Nation, 13 March 2017
Doctors who have been on strike for 100 days are now headed to the Court of Appeal but it is still unclear what will happen. Read more »
Kenya Presidency, 12 March 2017
Doctors have been directed to return to work if they wish to have the Government to engage them in more negotiations. Read more »
Stranded patients at the Nakuru Level Five Hospital on January 11, 2017. Doctors are still on strike.