The County Government of Uasin Gishu on Wednesday hosted officials from the New Partnership for Africa’s Development(NEPAD) and Moi University who are in the County on a follow-up mission of the midwifery training they conducted to the midwives in the sub-county hospitals.
Speaking during the meeting Chief Officer for Promotive and Preventive Health Mrs Joyce Sang noted that human capital development is key because it helps them identify gaps in the sector therefore guiding them on proper ways of improving the health systems.
“We thanked the partners for considering our County because midwifery should be taken seriously,” says Sang.
NEPAD is mandated to coordinate the AU programmes and projects through the Ministries, Counties, Departments, Agencies (MCDAs), Development Partners, and other stakeholders.
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