The Kenyan government has developed a strategy to combat the shortage of health workers

In just 26 years of existence, the school at the Kenyatta National Hospital has trained more than one and a half thousand nurses, including midwives, in which the entire mainland is experiencing an acute shortage. According to the World Health Organization, there are 1.5 professionals per 1,000 people in Africa who will be able to deliver, while the threshold is 4.45.

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