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Doctors’ dilemma in weak public health systems

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In July 1995, Suba district was created out of the Homabay District. As a young medical officer who had stuck to the public service after the devastating 1994 doctor’s strike, I suddenly found myself having to make a very hard decision.

Doctors’ dilemma in weak public health systems

By Kizito Lubano | 4 years ago

How public health workers in Kenya cope with low pay

How public health workers in Kenya cope with low pay

There is consensus that low government wages in developing countries result in a decline of public sector efficiency and productivity and create industrial unrest as well as incentives and opportunities for corruption and misuse of public resources.

Kizito Lubano | 4 years ago

Kenyans now asking questions about the health sector

This week I had four encounters in my office of healthy Kenyans who paid me a visit so I could explain to them what was going on in the health sector. I had another similar conversation with acquaintances at a public sector function.

Kizito Lubano | 4 years ago

HIV research breakthroughs in 2016

Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV), is a sexually transmitted virus that has infected millions around the globe.

Kizito Lubano | 4 years ago

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