Health Education is the cornerstone to Primary Health Care but it is given low priority in National Health Development. In this book, the author explores strategies for promoting Health Education in National Health Education Development. He opines that Health Education should be given adequate support from the Ministry of Health in the areas of resource allocation; health management and training of Health Education Officers. Dr. Kei observes that for effective management of health education services in Kenya, attention should be given to: reorganization of the Division of Health Education; review of training curricula for health workers to include health education; introducing incentives and a scheme of service for Health Education Officers; and setting performance standards. He recommends research into: Health Education concepts, training models, educational materials and program evaluation. In conclusion, the author recommends that the Division of Health Education should be renamed THE DIVISION OF HEALTH PROMOTION - in charge of Health Promotion Officers and activities. This book is resourceful for lecturers, students and staff of the Ministry of Health.