Kenya and Cuba recently made a bilateral agreement for health sector development cooperation. The main idea was to bring doctors and health specialists from Cuba to Kenya and also take some Kenyan health specialists to Cuba to learn from the Cuban experience in building a robust primary and curative healthcare system that has afforded the country universal health care. There were several negative media reports about the agreement to bring in these specialists, as all the information regarding the bilateral agreement was not disclosed to the general public. However, the move is generally welcome in a bid to . . .
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