Posted on :Monday , 11th September 2023
Olympus Corporation (Olympus), a global MedTech company dedicated to making people's lives healthier, safer, and more fulfilling, announced today the launch of the "Kenya Endoscopy Human Resource Development Support Project for the Diagnosis of Gastrointestinal Diseases" to promote endoscopic care in Kenya, where endoscopists are in short supply. This programme is supported by the National Cent. . .
Posted on :Friday , 4th August 2023
Kipchumba Murkomen, Kenya's Cabinet Secretary for Roads and Transport, has emphasised President William Ruto's recently announced policy to make Kenya East Africa's pharmaceutical manufacturing hub by 2030, with pharmaceuticals exported across the continent.At the ceremony to present Kenya Airways Cargo with the International Air Transport Association's Centre of Excellence for Independent Vali. . .
Posted on :Friday , 28th April 2023
A facility to provide Kenya and the African continent with access to manufactured mRNA vaccines, ensuring health security and advancing Moderna's commitments to global public health. Up to 500 million doses can be produced annually at the facility.
An agreement to establish an mRNA manufacturing facility in the Republic of Kenya has been finalised by Moderna, Inc. . .
Posted on :Tuesday , 4th April 2023
in Nairobi, Kenya Today, a team from the United Nations Office for Project Services (UNOPS) was welcomed by Eng Peter Tum, Principal Secretary of the State Department of Medical Services in Kenya. The team, led by Emma Akinyi, Senior Officer for Partnership Development, and Rainer Frauenfeld, Director of the East & Southern Africa Hub, discussed potential areas of collaboration. . .
Posted on :Monday , 6th March 2023
Kenya's plan to produce human vaccines and diagnostics domestically is still coming together.
After meeting Director General Jerome Kim of the International Vaccines Institute (IVI) at Afya House, Health CS Susan Wafula made the announcement.
CEO of the Kenya Biovax Institute Michael Lusiola and Acting Director General for Health Patrick Amoth were also pre. . .