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710, 2019

The Mental Health Amendment Bill (2018)

By | October 7th, 2019|Categories: Bills, Mental Health, Public Health|0 Comments

The purpose of this Act is to provide a framework to; Promote the mental well-being of all persons including reducing the incidences of mental illnesses Coordinate prevention of mental illnesses, access to mental health care & treatment & rehabilitation services of persons with mental illness [...]

110, 2019

OPEN LETTER TO H.E. THE PRESIDENT OF KENYA, UHURU KENYATTA ON PROPOSED EXCISE RATES INCREASE IN THE FINANCIAL BILL, 2019

By | October 1st, 2019|Categories: Alcohol Control, Bills, IILA in the News, IILA Publications, Opinion on Bills, Policy Briefs, Public Health, Tobacco Control|0 Comments

Dear Mr. President, WE, Civil Society actors working to advance public health objectives for the citizens of Kenya congratulate you for being awarded the Political Leadership Award for Universal Health Coverage from the African Union, Access challenge. The right to the highest attainable standard of [...]

1804, 2016

Senators in Kenya to get sh332m in supplementary budget

By | April 18th, 2016|Categories: Bills, Governance, Notices|0 Comments

Senators are likely to get Sh332 million allocated to them in the Supplementary Budget. This is after some MPs campaigned to have the money meant for monitoring and oversight retained. A member of the Liaison Committee, which has been scrutinising the Sh49 billion mini-budget, told [...]

1502, 2016

IILA SUBMISSION- NATIONAL BUDGET 2016- 2017 (Tobacco Taxes)

By | February 15th, 2016|Categories: Bills, Press release, Tobacco Control|0 Comments

IILA has worked on tobacco control for over 10 years, first on advocacy for the enactment of the tobacco control Act, 2007 and more recently on effective implementation of the legislation. Worked on tobacco control for over 10 years. Over the last 5 years IILA [...]

1611, 2015

Mental Health in Kenya from Whispers to Awareness

By | November 16th, 2015|Categories: Bills, Mental Health, Policy Briefs|0 Comments

There are currently 81 psychiatrists for a population of 41.6 million Kenyans. Most of these are in private practice with around 25 psychiatrists located in the public sector and even then are concentrated within urban areas. Quite frankly, the treatment gap on mental health in [...]

1310, 2015

President reinstates higher taxes on beer, cigarettes, used cars, juices and water

By | October 13th, 2015|Categories: Alcohol Control, Bills, Tobacco Control|0 Comments

President Uhuru Kenyatta has reinstated the higher taxes on beer, cigarettes, used cars, juices and water after he rejected the lower duties proposed by MPs in the Excise Duty Bill, 2015. The President’s proposed higher taxes are contained in a memo to MPs following his [...]

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