Kenya Healthcare Federation participated in the 3-day Damu-KE Conference at Windsor Hotel and Country Club themed; The future of blood transfusion and transplant: Transforming blood transfusion and transplant services for improved health outcomes in Kenya.
We were delighted to host Hon. Sen Mutahi Kagwe, CS Health accompanied by Dr. Susan Mochache, PS Health at our booth. Hon. Sen Mutahi Kagwe hailed the role of the Private Sector in the provision of equitable, affordable and accessible health care services.
Dr. Anastasia Nyalita, CEO, Kenya Healthcare Federation joined the chief guest Hon. Sen. Mutahi Kagwe in the opening ceremony and official launch of Damu-KE Conference. The conference brings together over 600 delegates to discuss the future of blood transfusion services in Africa. Dr. Nyalita gave her remarks on the Private Sector’s perspective on transforming blood transfusion and transplant services for improved health outcomes in Kenya and the region, citing the importance of partnerships in achieving Universal Healthcare.
Alongside in the panel were Dr. Peter Kamunyo, CEO, NHIF, Prof. Richard Muga, CECM Health Caucas and CEC Homabay, Dr. Joseph Lenai, Ag. Director-Health Sector Coordination, Intergovernmental Relations & International Health Relations, Ministry of Health, and Dr. Andrew Mulwa, Director, Medical Services Preventive and Promotive Health, Ministry of Health, who spoke on behalf of Dr. Mercy Mwangangi, CAS Ministry of Health.