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Remmy Butia June 6, 2024


The Chief Officer for Health and Sanitation Fredrick Kiptum has expressed optimism that increased public-private partnerships in the health sector will boost the county’s delivery of healthcare services to Nandi residents.

He was speaking today during a handover of staff houses in Chepsire Dispensary, Kapsimotwa Ward, Tindiret Sub County.

The construction of the two staff houses were constructed through a PPP with Afya Research Africa (ARA).

The Chief Officer said strategic partnerships between the county government of Nandi and the private sector will help speed up the achievement of affordable, quality healthcare.

“Such partnerships like what we are witnessing here today have a great impact in the lives of the great people of Nandi and specifically in in the county’s health sector.

He applauded Afya Research Africa and its partners for ensuring that the project was delivered on schedule and pointed out that the staff houses within the facility will help reverse maternal and child mortality rates in the region as nurses will be stationed within the facility.

He called on the residents to maximize services offered at the facility.

Other speakers included Kapsimotwa Ward MCA Hon Edwin Korir, Elizabeth Ombech – ARA Director of Operations, and Rogers Omondi – ARA Program Associate and Tindiret Sub County Administrator Cosmas Kemboi and Tindiret MoH Dr Joseph Kibor.

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