Are healthcare and health insurance expensive in Kenya?
When we asked expats in Kenya if healthcare and health insurance are expensive in Kenya, they wrote...
"Healthcare and health insurance in Kenya can be expensive, especially for those who are not covered by a health insurance plan. The cost of medical care in Kenya is often higher than in other countries, and the cost of health insurance can be prohibitive for many people. Additionally, the quality of healthcare in Kenya is often lower than in other countries, making it difficult for people to access the care they need. As a result, many people in Kenya are unable to access the healthcare they need due to the high cost," explained one expat living in Kenya.
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Are healthcare and health insurance expensive in Kenya?If you live in Kenya, newcomers to Kenya would love to hear your answer to this question: