A paralysis looming in the health sector as a cash crunch hits KEMSA

A paralysis across the country’s public health facilities is looming as a cash crunch begins to hit the Kenya Medical Supplies Authority, a government agency mandated with supplying medical commodities. At the center of the storm is failure by the Government to settle a 900 million shillings debt owed to Kemsa for medical supplies for the 2019/2020 financial year…Speaking when he appeared before the National Assembly Health Committee, KEMSA CEO Dr. Jonah Manjari said the authority will be forced to cut supply of medical commodities if the ministry fails to release the money…Purity Museo reports.
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