The history of the nurses of Kenya

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Nurses Vow To Continue Strike
1 December 1997. Nurses countrywide, backed by the Kenya Medical Association (KMA), vowed Monday to continue with their strike despite a government order Sunday to resume work.
Hospital Services Paralysed
The Nation (Nairobi), Sunday 12 November 2000. Operations at a Limuru mission hospital were paralysed because of a long-running dispute with the management. Sackings were a climax of a row between the hospital and the nurses who opted to join a trade union. The nurses joined the Kenya Union of Domestic, Hotels, Educational Institutions, Hospitals and Allied Workers (Kudheiha) against their employer's wish.