Continued awareness and advocacy work by the Kenya Hospices and Palliative Care association has led to great responses ranging from patients and family members seeking to understand more about their conditions, health workers seeking to have knowledge on various issues and aspects of palliative care and the general public in Kenya starting to appreciate their role in advocating and participating in events to promote its provision. KEHPCA this year will reach out to the regions which do not have hospices and palliative care units in an effort to scale up palliative care provision.
- PPEs are Important for Health Care Workers in the Fight against COVID-19
- Nyeri County to Train over 2,500 Volunteers on Palliative Care
- Experts want NHIF to Cover End-of-Life Care
- Kenya Hospices and Palliative Care Association Announces Kenya’s Goodwill Ambassador for Palliative Care
- Launch of Nanyuki Teaching and Referral Hospital Cancer Clinic