(Reuters) – International aid to Africa should be used to boost doctors’ salaries and bolster the recruitment and training of medical staff, World Health Organization (WHO) experts said on Wednesday.
In the latest WHO bulletin, researchers from the U.N. agency
1.The task force meetings started today
2.The terms of reference were discussed and agreed on as follows:-
-identify for implementation issues contained in the return to work formula
-establish modalities for the payment of registrars
-consider proposals (13 point) presented
In early May this year, a young Kenyan doctor charged with the care of hundreds of thousands in a large Western Kenya county, died en route to the country’s largest hospital.
Unable to find care at another of the country’s
KMPDU was officially registered on 30th August 2011, nearly 1 year after its registration process began. This departure from the past has been made possible by provisions in the new constitution promulgated on 27th August 2010.