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  • Kenyan Startup Xetova Shortlisted For MIT Fund

    Posted on :Friday , 11th September 2020

    A Kenyan technology startup, Xetova, has been named as a 2020 Global Solve finalist by Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in the health Security and Pandemics track. MIT Solve is an initiative of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) with a mission to solve the world’s most acute challenges.


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  • Kenya Receives Ksh 1B Grant For Medical Equipment And Scholarships

    Posted on :Monday , 7th September 2020

    Kenya and Japan governments have signed a grant amounting to approximately Ksh 1.02 billion for the provision of medical equipment to be installed in various health facilities across the country.

    The grant is also expected to enhance healthcare delivery to all Kenyans and modernize health facilities countrywide.

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  • Green Gratitude supports COVID health workers in Accra Ghana

    Posted on :Thursday , 30th July 2020

    Green Gratitude, a local Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) committed to the welfare of frontline workers in the Covid-19 fight, has extended a hand of support to Doctors and Nurses at the Covid-19 treatment centre at the El-Wak Stadium in Accra. The NGO has decided to provide at least one hot meal to the frontline staff at the facility for the next two weeks. 


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  • Phone-based HIV support system repurposed for COVID monitoring in Uganda

    Posted on :Thursday , 30th July 2020

    A cost-effective phone based system developed by a Cambridge researcher and her Ugandan colleagues to support HIV patients has been rapidly adapted by the team to help the Ugandan Ministry of Health monitor those in quarantine during the coronavirus pandemic.

    People entering Uganda have been required to quarantine for 14 days as part of the country's lockdown measures, during which time t. . .

  • US Donates Ksh 7.9 Million Medical Equipment to Kenya

    Posted on :Thursday , 30th July 2020

    The United States is donating personal protective and hospital equipment valued at Ksh 7.9 Million to five hospitals in Nairobi, Mombasa, Kisumu, Siaya, and Nakuru in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.  


    Each hospital in  Nairobi, Mombasa, Kisumu, Siaya, and Nakuru will receive N95 masks, surgical masks, coveralls, medical goggles, face shields, and pulse oximeters.. . .


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