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Pfizer expands ‘An Accord for a Healthier World’ product offering

B & FT Online 19 Jan 2023
The Accord is an important step toward sustainable health security for Rwanda and the broader continent ... our progress and offer valuable support to key national health initiatives that lead to positive health outcomes,” said His Excellency Paul Kagame, President of Rwanda.
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Pfizer Expands ‘An Accord for a Healthier World’ Product Offering to Include Full Portfolio for ...

Maryville Daily Forum 17 Jan 2023
The Accord is an important step toward sustainable health security for Rwanda and the broader continent ... our progress and offer valuable support to key national health initiatives that lead to positive health outcomes,” said His Excellency Paul Kagame, President of Rwanda.
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Why Has COVID Spared Africa?

Principia Scientific 14 Jan 2023
Participants included 10 current and former health ministers and senior public health officials from Senegal, Rwanda, Nigeria, Angola and Liberia ... WHO Director-General Tedros has previously stated that his “central priority” as director-general of the WHO is to push the world toward universal health coverage.18 Prediction.
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Harvard Medical School Receives $50 Million Gift Establishing Paul Farmer Collaborative

The Harvard Crimson 11 Jan 2023
The gift will establish the Paul Farmer Collaborative between HMS and the University of Global Health Equity in Rwanda ... Farmer — a renowned Harvard medical anthropologist, physician, and co-founder of global health nonprofit Partners in Health — died on Feb ... His efforts helped establish the University of Global Health Equity in Rwanda.
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Cancer diagnostic tests from Morocco to boost disease control in Africa

The Observer 09 Jan 2023
Africa is over reliant and over dependent,” said Christian Happi, director of the African Centre of Excellence for Genomics of Infectious Diseases, at a health conference in Rwanda last month ... at the International Conference on Public Health in Africa, Rwanda, 13 December 2022.
photo: AP / Karel Prinsloo
A mother hold her malnourished boy as they wait for treatment, Wednesday, Dec. 21, 2005, at a Medecins Sans Frontieres clinic in Lankien in southern Sudan. Promises of aid to Africa must be kept in 2006 or millions of people will die needlessly, the top U.S. adviser on poverty, Jeffrey Sachs , said Monday, Jan. 9, 2006 while insisting that every penny must be accounted for to ensure it is used properly.
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Africa in Review 2022: Mounting Challenges Require Long Term Solutions

GlobalResearch 02 Jan 2023
African CDC Holds Second Public Health Summit in Kigali. Emerging from the almost exclusive pandemic virtual mode of conferences since early 2020, the Conference on Public Health in Africa held its second gathering in Rwanda in early December 2022 ... degradation and public health.
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Africa: New Public Health Order in Africa Without Surgical Care is Incomplete

All Africa 29 Dec 2022
Thousands of public health leaders and clinicians from Africa ...
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Send Tories packing, not poor refugees

Belfast Telegraph 23 Dec 2022
It would have to be at Christmas that this despicable government would describe as “common sense” the plan to deport refugees — that’s right, REFUGEES, not migrants — to Rwanda ...Grenade attacks have occurred sporadically over the last five years… Levels of health and safety in Rwanda are lower than in the UK.
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AfDB Unveils African Pharmaceutical Technology Foundation

This Day 23 Dec 2022
The event was part of the second International Conference on Public Health in Africa in Kigali, Rwanda ... It noted that changing the game to enable African countries develop their capacity to manufacture pharmaceutical products has public health, strategic and economic rationales.
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BioNTech starts clinical trials for malaria vaccine

Anadolu Agency 23 Dec 2022
“The containers for the first BioNTainer have finished construction in Europe and are being prepared for shipment to Kigali, Rwanda, where they are expected to arrive in the first quarter of 2023,” it added. The company said the World Health Organization (WHO) ...
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BioNTech starts human trials on a vaccine for malaria

Business Day 23 Dec 2022
The first patient was dosed on December 21, CEO Ugur Sahin said in an interview ...   ... The disease killed about 619,000 people last year, mostly young children in Africa, according to the World Health Organization. BioNTech’s planned vaccine production site in Kigali, Rwanda will help produce the malaria shot, Sahin said.  ... Bloomberg .
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More pressure on Rwanda as France condemns backing rebels

San Francisco Chronicle 21 Dec 2022
Now France has joined the criticism of Rwanda ... The junior minister, Chrysoula Zacharopoulou, is in charge of implementing aid policies, including toward Rwanda ... But concerns are growing that international partners could back their warnings with cuts in aid to Rwanda, which has long benefited from outside support in health, defense and other areas.
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Growing pressure on Rwanda from France, Germany over Congo

Yahoo Daily News 21 Dec 2022
Now other major donors have joined the criticism of Rwanda ... Rwanda’s government has not responded publicly to the comments ... But concerns are growing that international partners could back their warnings with cuts in aid to Rwanda, which has long benefited from outside support in health, defense and other areas.

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