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Submitted by Dr. Mohamed Taher Abdelrazik Hamada,Ph.D on

It is very essential in my humble argument to discuss your presentation about the Kenyan government Long term development plan to be able to provide a well qualified
quality of life to cover all the country apporpriately . It should be presented to cover the economic ,social and political sides that help to promote ambitious healthcare reforms.From your respectable presentation , it can be illustrated that the Kenyan model can affect positively the whole country and also can be transformed to other African countries.
It's benefits have a very fast outcome on the social, economic and political situations.
I used to discuss theseissues in my lectures , while i was a professor,teaching , Health Service Administration at Strayer University in Washington DC campus , Maryland campus, and Alexandria campus in the USA. I asked at that time my students to make presentations about the issues of health that challenges the health care system in the developing countries.
Our discussions in the classrooms at Strayer University in the USA was to clarify and illustrate the recent picture of the health status and how to participate theoritacally to put a framework that can represent the health care system
We also discussed the issue of decentralization of health care services that may help to increase the capacity for quick and fast high quality standard affordable health care.
These decentralized services should include all specializations of medical care at affordable prices for the patients specially urgent cases such as cancer treatment. Health care equipments should be handled to be used efficiently and to the outmost benefit . Radiology services are essential factors to diagnose diseasesin i's early stages
It is much better to stablish a kind of integrity in health care units among African countries and share consulations about health ptoblem specially the critical conditions, through conferences and training
Yours Very Respectfully,
Dr. Mohamed Taher Abdelrazik Hamada, Ph.D