Kenya, Cuba sign new cooperation agreement Source: Ministry of Health, Kenya
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Cuba To Send More Than 100 Doctors To Kenya As Part Of Medical Exchange Program

Kenyan Health Cabinet Secretary Mutahi Kagwe has signed a new cooperation agreement with Cuban Minister of Public Health Dr. Jose Angel Portal Miranda that will see a brigade of 101 specialist Cuban doctors travel to Kenya.


The ministry of health stated that this initiative is part of a medical exchange program between Kenya and Cuba.


Kagwe is on a three-week visit to Cuba to learn more about the country’s world-class primary health care delivery model, and its highly successful programme to combat malaria.

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Kenya is looking to improve and strengthen Kenya’s primary healthcare system as a catalyst to achieving universal healthcare.


The medical relationship between the two countries dates back to 2018. In that year, Cuba sent 101 medical specialists to Kenya as part of a bilateral accord. In June 2020, 20 Cuban doctors arrived in Nairobi to assist local health officials in battling the COVID-19 pandemic.


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