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The Education CS. Professor Magoha launched the distribution of reusable face masks to needy deserving children at Mwiki Primary School in Kiambu County. He was joined by CAS Ministry of Health Dr. Mercy Mwangangi, KEMSA Ag. CEO Mr. Edward Njoroge, officials from the Ministries of Health and Education respectively.
Kitui Governor, Charity Ngilu today held a meeting with KEMSA CEO, Dr. Jonah Manjari to identify ways of strengthening their partnership to improve accessibility of Health Products and Technologies for Kitui residents. The Governor introduced to KEMSA, Kitui County Textile Centre (KICOTEC), which is the first ever garment factory by a County Government in Kenya. […]
Nairobi County paid Kshs.166M being part of an outstanding bill owed to KEMSA for medical supplies. We are indeed grateful for the continued support and partnership as we work towards ensuring availability of quality health products and technologies to all Kenyans. Other counties with outstanding payments are encouraged to settle their accounts as we strive […]
Nairobi 14th January 2020. Kenya Medical Supplies Authority (KEMSA) signing Partnership with Postal Corporation of Kenya (PCK). Speaking at the signing ceremony, KEMSA CEO Dr. Jonah Manjari said that the partnership is part of KEMSA’s preparedness for the scale up of Universal Health Coverage (UHC) to all the counties. “In order to achieve and meet […]
KEMSA CEO Dr. Jonah Manjari with a section of senior management took over the KEMSA Kisumu Distribution Centre from the contractor who has been undertaking major renovations. The centre will distribute Health Products and Technologies to 19 counties within the region. The renovations were done in order to increase capacity within the warehouse in […]
Chairman, KEMSA Board of Directors Kembi Gitura and CEO Dr. Jonah Manjari giving their opening remarks at the Board of Directors retreat and training on KEMSA Strategic plan 2019/2024 at Sarova Whitesands hotel.
H.E Oparanya, Chairman CoG, hosted CEO KEMSA, Dr Jonah Manjari who paid him a courtesy visit at the CoG offices.They discussed issues of drugs supplies to counties, decentralization of KEMSA stores and how to spur counties to pay up their debt for services and commodities supplied.
The government is committed to implementing health system reforms to accelerate movement towards Universal Health Coverage (UHC) as a means of realising the “Right to Health” as enshrined in the Constitution.
Under the universal healthcare coverage, Kemsa is the Ministry of Health’s agency for the provision of medical commodities. It is the purchasing agency for the pilot UHC counties of Kisumu, Machakos, Isiolo and Nyeri.