The Emergency Medicine Kenya Foundation has today partnered with several local and international organizations to ensure emergency medical care is improved in the country.
In a program dubbed “Project 47”,the foundation aims at ensuring that every county has an emergency medical response center.
The partnership that involves six organisations namely Philips Africa, AMREF, NHIF and three others provide diagnostic equipment and flying
Addressing the press, Emily Nyagaki, the foundation’s C.O.O said that each county requires special attention since they have different emergency cases affecting different regions.
Simon Kibias,the head of Emergency and Preparedness department at the Ministry of Health also stated that they have been working together with other organizations to ensure emergency health care is effective in the country.