Cuba in Kenya

President of Kenya welcomed Cuban doctors.

Nairobi, June 27.  Uhuru Kenyatta, president of Kenya, offered today a warm welcome to the members of the Cuban Medical Brigade, during the ceremony for the launching of the childhood vaccination campaign and to bid a farewell to the Cuban doctors, who left to fulfill their mission in all the Kenyan counties.

Minister of Health of Kenya received a delegation from the Cuban MINSAP.

Nairobi, June 8. Sicily K. Kariuki, Minister of Health of Kenya, received today in Nairobi the delegation of the Ministry of Public Health of Cuba, led by Dr. Jorge Delgado Bustillo, deputy director of the Central Unit of Medical Collaboration, who brought a message from his Cuban counterpart, Dr. Roberto Morales Ojeda.

Cuban doctors to play a critical role in Universal Health Coverage goal

Nairobi, KENYA May 5, 2018 The first batch of Cuban doctors arrived in the country today and were received by Health Chief Administrative Secretary(CAS) Dr. Rashid Aman with  Kisumu  Governor and Deputy chairperson of the Council of Governor’s committee on health, Professor Anyang Nyong’o .

Cuban medical cooperation begins in Kenya.

Nairobi, June 8. In the last hours of the night of June 7, the director of Medical Services of Kenya, Jackson Kioko, received at the Nairobi International Airport the second batch of the Cuban Medical Brigade, composed by 47 specialists, who will work in public hospitals of this African country, under an agreement between both Ministries of Health.

Cuban doctors and their roots in Che Guevara and Castro’s dreams

By JOHN KAMAU
 

We never thought we would ever tap into the outcome of Cuban Revolution or from the lofty dreams of the late Fidel Castro and Dr Che Guevara — the physician and military theorist who once lived in Dar es Salaam with the likes of Laurent-Désiré Kabila, the Congolese guerrilla leader.

The Cuban doctors, part of this legacy, will this month be in Kenya after President Uhuru Kenyatta and his Health Cabinet Secretary Sicily Kariuki went to Havana to seek their services. Partly, it is a shame, that we are turning to Cuba.

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