Cabinet Secretary for Health, Nakhumicha S. Wafula, has engaged representatives from the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) in a discussion to advance healthcare initiatives.
The talks primarily centered on Universal Health Coverage, Community Health Promotion, and Global Health Security through a comprehensive One Health Approach.
Key outcomes of the meeting included plans for establishing Patient Care Networks, aimed at fostering seamless information flow and empowering Community Health Promoters to enhance healthcare delivery at the community level.
Discussions on the Global Health Security discussion, also focused on addressing zoonotic diseases, providing training for Community Health Promoters, and preparing for potential outbreaks related to El Nino.
The collaboration involves a strategic partnership with the Ministry of Agriculture and harnessing the advanced laboratory capabilities in Isiolo.
“Cabinet Secretary for Health, Nakhumicha S. Wafula, engaged in discussions with USAID, centering on Universal Health Coverage, Community Health Promotion, and Global Health Security – One Health Approach.
The conversation emphasized the establishment of Patient Care Networks to enhance information flow and the empowerment of Community Health Promoters.
In the Global Health Security discussion, the focus revolved around addressing zoonotic diseases, training CHPs, and preparing for potential El Nino-related outbreaks through collaboration with the Ministry of Agriculture and leveraging Isiolo’s advanced laboratory, ” the State Department indicated on X.