Kenyan Nurses End 5-Month Strike After Deal With State
Patients across the country can now breathe easy after nurses reached an agreement with the Council of Governors and the national government. More than 20,000 nurses will receive an initial uniform allowance of U.S.$145, which will be increased by about U.S.$50 each financial year.
Nation, 2 November 2017
Nurses will resume work Friday after signing an agreement with governors and the government, ending a five-month strike that dealt the country’s health system one of its… Read more »
Capital FM, 2 November 2017
The nurses' strike which had paralyzed services in county hospitals has been called off. Patients across the country who had felt the biting effect of the strike can now breath… Read more »
Nurses protest outside Afya House on Monday, September 11, 2017.
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