Transforming Health Systems for Universal Health Care


Nairobi (KENYA) March 26, 2019 – a team from the World Bank Transforming Health Systems for Universal Health Care Project, paid a Courtesy call on the Principal Secretary for Health Susan Mochache.
The team led by Senior Health Economist Jane Chuma briefed the PS on the project whose aim is to improve access to quality primary health care services with a focus on reproductive, maternal, newborn, child and adolescent health services (RMNCAH).
The project focuses on three pillars namely: improving Primary Healthcare by giving grants to counties and financing family planning commodities through Kemsa; System strengthening by improving quality of care through policies, guidelines and strategies; monitoring and evaluation to ensure quality of standards and reforms in health financing and project management.
The Principal Secretary pledged her support for the project implemented jointly by the Ministry of Health and the Council of Governors.