Tanzania: Researchers Come Up With Anti-Malaria Drugs

BREAKTHROUGH in the fight against the deadly malaria is on the horizon, with Arusha-based researchers coming up with new drugs. The African Technical Research

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Rwanda: Rwanda Needs More Pediatricians – Experts

Rwanda pediatric association, an umbrella for pediatricians in the country, says there is need for more pediatricians in the country to help improve children’s

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Tanzania: Health Sector Data Pool Heralds Efficiency

The health sector will from now on have harmonised data collection tools and sharing, phasing out fragmented data systems which have been hindering easy

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South Africa: Have Your Say On Domestic Water, Sanitation Services

The Department of Water and Sanitation (DWS) has gazetted the Draft National Norms and Standards for Domestic Water and Sanitation Services for public comments.

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Tanzania: Govt ‘Committed to Safeguard Citizens’ Health’

The government has vowed to continue inspecting chicken and related products being imported into the country to safeguard the health of citizens. The Permanent

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Tanzania: PM committed in fight against malnutrition

 Prime Minister Kasssim Majaliwa said yesterday that the government allocated Sh11 billion in 2017/2018 financial year to boost a war against malnutrition, which currently

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Kenya: Cholera Cases in Nairobi Rise to 88

The number of people admitted to various hospitals in Nairobi after testing positive for cholera has now risen to 88. Nairobi Governor Mike Sonko

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Rwanda: New Rwf4 Billion Laboratory to Regulate Pharmaceuticals

Rwanda Standards Boards (RSB) has acquired a medical and pharmaceutical testing laboratory to protect public health through assuring the quality, efficacy and safety of

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Tanzania: Drone drug deliveries take off

nya – Tanzania is set to launch the world’s largest drone delivery network in January, with drones parachuting blood and medicines out of the

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Seychelles: U.S. Eye Specialists to Help Vision-Impaired Seychellois

The charity group ‘Make a Child Smile’ is bringing in eye specialists from the United States to assist residents in Seychelles whose visions are

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