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Presentation on day 2 of the First National Conference on Health Leadership, Management & Governance

Presentation on day 2 of the First National Conference on Health Leadership, Management & Governance

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2,4 Dr Nasra Ali Presentation on Resource Mobilization for Public Hospitals 2,4 Dr Nasra Ali Presentation on Resource Mobilization for Public Hospitals Presentation Transcript

  • THE KENYA REDCROSS The National Conference On Health Leadership, Management and Governance Dr. Nasra Ali Kenya Red Cross Society
  • Background Our MissionTo work with vigour and compassion through our networks and with communities to prevent and alleviate human suffering and safe lives of the most vulnerable.Created by an Act of Parliament Cap 256 of the Laws ofKenyaAuxiliary to the GoK, mandated to aid Government inresponse to both Natural & Man made disasters.Has a network of 70,000 volunteers, 8 Regions & 64Branches countrywide.
  • KRCS Core Areas Disaster Management: Preparedness & Response, DisasterRisk Reduction.Health and Social Services: Both communicable and noncommunicable Diseases, MNCH, Blood Safety, & SocialServices. Water and Sanitation: Hygiene promotion & sanitation, Watersupply & irrigation. Organisational Development & Dissemination. Refugee Operations : Dadaab camp Grant Management : Global Fund Management Business: Hotels, E-Plus
  • Need KRCS responsibility to be the leadhumanitarian agency of choice forGovernment & other stakeholders. Respond to disasters in the shortesttime possible through 64 branches, 8regions & HQ networks. Positioning of stock at KRCS Headquaters. KRCS warehouse with prepositioned stock. Prepositioning of NFIs for up to30,000 families. Support to 5 million Kenyans affectedby both natural and /or manmadedisasters annually. Opening of an IDP house funded by Norwegian RC.
  • Challenges No donor wants to give grants to an organization that lacks Credibility, Accountability, Transparency, good leadership and Governance. KRCS had to address the following three challenges: System and structures KRCS HQ 10 years ago Organizational Image Governance and HR KRCS HQ, Nairobi in 2012.
  • Funding Strategies and Sources Government support – land,  Capitalizing on tax exemption •Capitalizing on opportunities opportunities Local initiatives •Self-awareness to create a  Self-awareness to create  Community contribution unique niche niche a unique  CDF  Private sector - media •Systems and structures that  Systems and structures appeals K4K, Amani build credibility that build credibility Support from Red Cross •Fostering partnerships Movement  Fostering partnerships Partnerships with •Diversification  Diversification Development Partners Income generating activities  For profit – hotels, logistics centre, ambulance service
  • Partnerships Civil Society -Academia UN UNICEF, WFP Public Donation (Kenyans for Kenya) Kenya Red Cross Donors Local and International NGOs AU, DFAA/USAID GOK EU/ECHO All line Ministries OTHER WORKING GROUPS :WaterKFFSGDRRASAL WGCapacity Development WG
  • Efficiency in our work Donor fatigue & competition globally. KRCS advocating for food production & notfood aid. Now empowering communities for sustainability. EG: Distribution of seeds, provision ofgreen houses, farm implements & irrigation. Results of a Drought Recovery in Rhamu, Mandera. Seed distribution in Lower Eastern. Ikutha Water project funded by Finnish Red Cross
  • Tana River Project – Out PutSome mature capsicum ready for harvest Bee Hives in Mulango, Madogo A completed shallow well in Bura Watermelons also ready for harvest
  • Innovation: The K4K Initiative Kenya Red Cross Society Kenya Commercial Bank Safaricom Foundation Media Owners Association Gina Din Ksh1 Billion in cash and in kind in a period of six weeks.
  • Investing & Increase in Value  Bold step in investments and property development, among them, the Red Court hotels and E-Plus ambulances.  Funds now generated from KRCS E-Plus state-of-art ambulances business activities ploughed back to the humanitarian work.  Business arm of KRCS run by professionals. The Boma Hotel in Nairobi, fully owned by KRCS.
  • Infrastructural GrowthDadaab Office Nyando office ongoingBungoma Multipurpose Hall Isiolo office
  • The Logistics Centre
  • From RedCourt to The Boma
  • E Plus Services E-Plus ambulance service personnel Inside state-of-the-art ambulance vehicleInside state-of-the-art ambulance vehicle E-Plus state-of-art ambulances
  • Leading organizations know that exceptional business performance is driven by superior talent. People are the difference. KRCS