For better and faster service delivery
To reduce maternal deaths dramatically, all women need access to high-quality delivery care with at least three key elements: skilled care at birth, emergency obstetric care in case of complications, and a functioning referral system which ensures access to emergency care if needed. Another key solution is helping women to avoid unwanted pregnancies and births.
We are dedicated to providing a better health services and living conditions to the outdoor and inpatients because we know the kisumu residents always deserve the best from their governmen.t
More than 100,000 children could be saved each year if they were reached by a small set of preventive and curative interventions (e.g. vaccines and simple treatments for common serious illnesses) and appropriate home care (Gareth et al., 2003). We are dedicated to make this achievable. Currently the ministry is providing materials to prevent the transmission of malaria, and giving appropriate home treatment for infections
The ministry of health is fully devoted to measures that would minimise with aim of eradicating the HIV/AIDS menace .
Let all of us to come together to raise awareness about HIV/AIDS, to remember those we've lost, and to acknowledge those working to respond to this epidemic.
Our Rehabilitation Centers are devoted to the rehabilitation of patients with various neurological, musculo-skeletal, orthopedic and other medical conditions following stabilisation of their acute medical issues.
Better Health Care Service delivery to the community will improve the community general health
Our Health promotion programs aim to engage and empower individuals and communities to choose healthy behaviors, and make changes that reduce the risk of developing chronic diseases and other morbidities.
Better health care to maternal mothers will decrease the rates of maternal mortality and morbidity as well as the child mortality