Government sets aside Sh1.5 billion to fight aflatoxin
SEE ALSO: Sugar and grains are unsafe, says studyCabinet also announced the approval of the recent deployment of health workers to assist in the control of Ebola outbreak in West Africa, and the opening of Kenyan Embassies in Cuba and Angola. Kenya committed to contribute a team of 15 medical doctors and 300 other health workers to support Ebola containment in West Africa. "Cuba has expressed her willingness to collaborate with Kenya in various sectors including education, health, biotechnology, trade and industry, sports, sugar processing, culture, information and communication," the statement read. The opening of an Embassy in Luanda, Cabinet said, will solidify Kenya's presence in the Southern Africa region. "The Mission will serve the interests of Kenyans who are working, studying and transiting through Angola, to other African countries, in particular, through the provision of consular services," Cabinet said. Already, 170 medics comprising doctors, clinical officers, public health officers and laboratory technicians have been deployed in West Africa.
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