KHF holds its 8th AGM in an Exclusive event at Sarova Panafric Hotel on 23rd August 2016
More than 60 KHF members, development partners, legal partners and auditors gathered at Sarova Panafric Hotel on the 23rd of August 2016 for the KHF eighth Annual General Meeting (AGM).
The Chairman of KHF, Dr Amit Thakker on behalf of the Board of directors, reported on a successful year which has been highlighted by new partnerships and diversification. KHF has in the recent past worked with the healthcare agencies, NGOs, FBOs and Ministry of Health to address quality, affordable and accessible healthcare, in a bid to transform the sector for enhanced efficiency and sustainability. In his report, Dr Thakker highlighted the KHF activities and achievements the new board has been focusing on in the past one year. This included advocacy, regional and networking, membership, KHF committees and projects.
KHF Treasurer Steve Maina took members through a comprehensive financial report for the year 31st December 2015 which was followed by the reading the Auditors Report on the Financial Statements by Mr. Charles Gathutho of Mazars LTD. Angela Langat of Beyond Zero Campaign Initiative Secretariat. The AGM was graced by a presentation from Angela Langat of Beyond Zero Campaign Initiative Secretariat who briefed the private sector of the current status of the project and private sector involvement to the project. She informed the private sector of the Beyond Zero Hospital, a project that will focus on children with special abilities, neo-nates including early childhood development for sexual and gender based violence, victims especially children for mothers focusing on issues such as fistula repairs, birth and pregnancy complications arising from female genital mutilation reproductive health cancers nutrition.
KHF members expressed their satisfaction at the positive progress made and the promising times ahead. KHF recognized the unprecedented blend of skills and experience within its membership and is looking forward to working with all its members. Healthcare in Kenya is one of the most essential human requirements, and its disbursement should be addressed with the requisite sensitivity to prevent loss of life and decrease in human capital. These are indeed exciting times and we truly hope that you all feel very optimistic about the federation’s future.
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