Chepkumia maternity wing

Maternity Wing at Chepkumia Health Centre Opens Doors to Public


A new maternity wing has officially opened its doors at Chepkumia Health Center in Chepkumia Ward, Nandi County.

This is in line with Nandi Governor Stephen Sang’s agenda of realizing Universal Health Care and reduction of maternal and neonatal mortality rates.

Speaking after opening the new maternity wing, Governor Sang said the facility will greatly contribute to the universal health coverage agenda in the county.

New maternity wing at Chepkumia Health Center

The Governor noted that the new facility at Chepkumia Health Center is a big reprieve to hundreds of women and children in Chepkumia and beyond.

He, however, said that there is still more to be done to expand access to health services, and promote utilization of antenatal care, deliveries by skilled attendants, and post-natal care for communities living in remote areas.

Nandi County Executive Committee Member for Health and Sanitation Ruth Koech observed that the free maternal and neonatal services policy by the government and the Linda Mama initiative have all worked towards increasing skilled birth attendance and positive health outcomes for mothers and babies.

Some of the beds that are at the maternity wing.

“I wish to encourage mothers in Nandi County to enroll in large numbers in the Linda Mama Initiative,” she said.

Adding that: “We want to be sure that all mothers are accessing quality skilled birth attendance.”

The County Government of Nandi has invested in other maternity facilities within the county including putting up new wards as well as the construction of new maternity wings.

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