No End in Sight in Kenya Nurses' Strike
Nurses have cited frustration with the government's non-implementation of the Collective Bargaining Agreement deal made with both the national and county governments in June. They vow to continue striking until their concerns are met.
Capital FM, 5 July 2017
The nurses' strike has now clocked a month with the care givers vowing not to return to work until the signing and implementation of their CBA by the Council of Governors and the… Read more »
Nation, 5 July 2017
Kenya National Union of Nurses (Knun) chairman Joseph Ngwasi has dismissed claims by government spokesperson Eric Kiraithe that the ongoing nurse' strike was politically… Read more »
Striking nurses (file photo).
The United Nations Children's Fund agency says the nurses' strike that has entered its 23rd day has impeded the response to disease outbreaks being reported in several parts of the ... Read more »
The sharp differences in the two factions within the Kenya National Union of Nurses means that the more than 26,000 nurses who provide essential health services will stay out of ... Read more »
Nurses have vowed to stay put, arguing that the boycott was justified since the grievances raised in 2016's strike have not been addressed. Read more »