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STATEMENT BY THE KENYA CONFERENCE OF CATHOLIC BISHOPS ON MASS TETANUS VACCINATION CAMPAIGN CARRIED OUT IN KENYA IN MARCH AND OCTOBER 2014

STATEMENT BY THE KENYA CONFERENCE OF CATHOLIC BISHOPS ON MASS TETANUS VACCINATION CAMPAIGN CARRIED OUT IN KENYA IN MARCH AND OCTOBER 2014

Before the March and October 2014 mass tetanus vaccination campaign, the Catholic Church raised concerns about the safety of the vaccine that was being used. This was informed by what had happened in Mexico, Nicaragua and Philippines where WHO/UNICEF had conducted similar campaigns using tetanus toxoid impregnated with beta HCG that causes production of antibodies against the natural HCG resulting[Read More…]

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Bishop Mugambi laments cooperation of government on Tetanus Issue.

Bishop Mugambi laments cooperation of government on Tetanus Issue.

  Bishop Salesius Mugambi today lamented the lack of cooperation from the government on the Tetanus issue. He was the key note speaker at a Billings Ovulation Method Teacher Training Course at Dimesse Retreat Centre, Karen. The course is organised by Matercare International in association with WOOMB, Australia. The objective of the conference is to train the trainers of the[Read More…]

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Catholic Bishops maintain opposition on non-certified vaccines

Catholic Bishops maintain opposition on non-certified vaccines

Catholic Bishops maintain opposition on non-certified vaccines The Kenya Conference of Catholic Bishops (KCCB), Health Commission has once again voiced its opposition to the continued immunization campaigns spearheaded by the Ministry of Health’s, the Commission maintains that there is no cause for alarm hence the campaigns are unnecessary. In an interview with the media, The Chairman of Catholic Health Commission[Read More…]

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Elect deserving leaders, Bishop appeals to Kenyans – The Catholic Mirror

Elect deserving leaders, Bishop appeals to Kenyans – The Catholic Mirror

The Bishop of Malindi Rt. Rev. Emmanuel Barbara has called on political leaders to rise above negative ethnicity and personal interests and instead focus on uniting Kenyans and development of the country. In an interview with the Catholic Mirror, Bishop Barbara encouraged Kenyans to vote for leaders of integrity and those with the interest of Kenyan people at heart come[Read More…]

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