Mission for Essential Drugs & Supplies (MEDS)
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MEDS is a Christian not-for-profit organization registered as a Trust of the ecumenical partnership of the Kenya Conference of Catholic Bishops (KCCB)  and the Christian Health Association of Kenya (CHAK).
To provide reliable, quality, affordable essential medicines, medical supplies, capacity building, quality control and other pharmaceutical services guided by Christian and professional values.
A world class faith based medical supply chain and capacity building organization
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With over 28 years experience, MEDS provides a reliable supply of essential medicines and medical supplies of good quality at affordable prices to over 1,900 health facilities across Kenya and another 22 in the East and Central Africa region.
Through our stringent quality assurance system and World Health Organization (WHO) pre-qualified Quality Control Laboratory, we analyze over 50 drug samples every month to ensure that all the medicines and medical supplies distributed are of quality.
 
To improve the quality of patient care, MEDS trains health workers in all aspects of health services and general management, with emphasis on the essential medicines concept and the rational use of medicines.
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MEDS is now USAID/OFDA Pre-Qualified
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Did you know that MEDS is pre-qualified to serve
the Counties?
MEDS ranked top among highly promising innovations in healthcare provision 

MEDS holds  Commodity Management   Workshop for County Pharmacists
MEDS Centre
MEDS receives Quality Control Laboratory equipment from Kenya Pharma
Kakamega County to partner with faith based
organizations to improve healthcare
MEDS to train 500 health workers from Nairobi on Malaria Case Management