Empowering Kenya’s Healthcare: Inauguration of 248 Trainers of Trainers
Nairobi , 2013 , Principal Secretary Mary Muthoni, of the State Department for Public Health and Professional Standards, officiated the inauguration of 248 Trainers of Trainers. 's inauguration marks the culmination of our Master Trainers of Trainers program, a critical milestone in deploying Primary Care Networks (PCNs) nationwide.
These dedicated individuals will be strategically deployed across all 47 counties, poised to uplift and enhance the capacities of our counties and bring the vision of Primary Care Networks (PCNs) to fruition.
This inauguration is part of a remarkable partnership between the Government and Development Partners, propelling Kenya forward in realizing the visionary Bottom-up Economic Transformation Agenda (BETA) in healthcare, dubbed #AfyaBoraMashinani.
“Our next stride on this transformative journey involves the establishment of 315 Primary Care Networks (PCNs), the foundational pillars of our Primary Health Care initiative. These networks prioritize health promotion and disease prevention at the grassroots level, further strengthening our healthcare system,” the PS said.
At the heart of our healthcare initiative lies a dedicated workforce of 100,000 Community Health Promoters (CHPs). They ensure healthcare is not just accessible and available but also economically feasible, all while maintaining the highest quality standards.
We extend our appreciation to our esteemed partners, including @WHOKenya, #PATH, @UnicefKenya, @LwalaCommunity, and Johnson&Johnson, for their unwavering support in this vital training endeavor.