Bishops wrong on anti-tetanus drive

His Eminence John Cardinal Njue (left) flanked by the Vice Chairman of Kenya Conference of Catholics Bishops, Rt. Rev. The Catholic Church in Kenya has asked Pope Francis to help Kenya fight terrorism. PHOTO: JENNIFER MUIRURI/NATION

What you need to know:

  • I have met women who are worried and angry about the bishops' intervention.
  • Others responded to the scare by boycotting the vaccination and in the process may have endangered their health.

Two weeks ago I met a team of Community Health Workers (CHWs) as they launched their door-to-door Neonatal Tetanus Campaign.


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