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Kenya: Aga Khan University Gets Funding for Cervical Cancer Testing

All Africa 23 Apr 2024
Nairobi -- The Aga Khan University has been awarded Sh19.6 million by the National Institute of Health to advance cervical cancer testing in the country ....
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What to know about the pivotal UN plastics negotiations

The Hill 23 Apr 2024
... of new findings about the insidious impact of plastics production and recycling on both human health and the environment that has picked up pace since last year’s INC-3 talks in Nairobi, Kenya.
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Canada Announces $7.3m Fertilizer Funding to Revolutionise Agriculture in Africa

This Day 23 Apr 2024
Canada’s funding announcement comes just weeks ahead of the African Union Commission’s Africa Fertilizer and Soil Health Summit scheduled for 7-9 May 2024 in Nairobi.
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Chinese orchestra group performs at Kenya's oldest university

China.dot.org 19 Apr 2024
Bate Chloran Louise, a Cameroonian female student pursuing a postgraduate degree in public health at the University of Nairobi, said the performance shone a spotlight on the richness of Chinese ...
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Moving pictures: travelling cinema takes stories of ‘departures and dreams’ to Senegal

AOL 19 Apr 2024
... including Acra, a Milan-based NGO that has been in Senegal since 1984 and Amref Health Africa, the continent’s largest health NGO headquartered in Nairobi, Kenya, and present in Senegal since 2011.
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Feature: Chinese orchestra group performs at Kenya's oldest university

China.dot.org 18 Apr 2024
Bate Chloran Louise, a Cameroonian female student pursuing a postgraduate degree in public health at the University of Nairobi, said the performance shone a spotlight on the richness of Chinese culture that has found positive reception in Africa.
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Kenya registers 20 mln citizens to boost provision of digital health services

China.dot.org 16 Apr 2024
NAIROBI, April 16 (Xinhua) -- Kenya has registered about 20 million citizens as it seeks to improve promotive healthcare at the grassroots level through the use of digital technology ... health systems.
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(Hello Africa) From survival to thriving: Kenyan smallholder farmers embrace climate-smart innovations

Xinhua 11 Apr 2024
NAKURU, Kenya, April 11 (Xinhua) -- With palpable joy, Pauline Mogambi cast an admiring gaze at the indigenous vegetables blooming on her farm in the northwestern Kenyan county of Nakuru, about 180 kilometers from the capital, Nairobi.
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Feature: From survival to thriving: Kenyan smallholder farmers embrace climate-smart innovations

China.dot.org 10 Apr 2024
NAKURU, Kenya, April 10 (Xinhua) -- With palpable joy, Pauline Mogambi cast an admiring gaze at the indigenous vegetables blooming on her farm in the northwestern Kenyan county of Nakuru, about 180 kilometers from the capital, Nairobi.
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WHO calls for universal health coverage to tame Africa's disease burden

China.dot.org 07 Apr 2024
"We know that many in our region still need help with access to quality essential health services due largely to unfulfilled rights," Moeti said in a statement issued in Nairobi, the capital of Kenya.
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WHO calls for universal health coverage to tame Africa’s disease burden

Daily News Egypt 07 Apr 2024
“We know that many in our region still need help with access to quality essential health services due largely to unfulfilled rights,” Moeti said in a statement issued in Nairobi, the capital of Kenya.
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Global health charities provide funding to boost kala-azar elimination efforts in Kenya

Xinhua 05 Apr 2024
NAIROBI, April 5 (Xinhua) -- Two international health charities LifeArc and FIND on Friday announced funding support totaling 7.8 million U.S ... Global health charities provide funding to boost kala-azar elimination efforts in Kenya.
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Africa's health systems resilience depends on access to energy: WHO

China.dot.org 03 Apr 2024
NAIROBI, April 3 (Xinhua) -- Large-scale electrification of rural health facilities in sub-Saharan countries is key to boosting Africa's ability to cope with disease outbreaks, a World Health ...
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New Book Sheds Light on Pet Food Industry Practices: Veterinarian Advocates for Natural Pet Diets

GetNews 02 Apr 2024
Tom Lonsdale, exposes the detrimental health effects of commercial pet food on pets ... The book advocates for a natural diet of raw meaty bones, demonstrating its benefits in preventing and treating common health problems in pets.
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WHO donates mobile devices to digitize immunization in Kenya

China.dot.org 28 Mar 2024
NAIROBI, March 28 (Xinhua) -- The World Health Organization (WHO) on Thursday donated 940 mobile devices to be used to digitize immunization processes in Kenya ... The UN health agency also donated 150 ...
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