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  • AstraZeneca partnership in Kenya to provide life-changing treatment to all

    Posted on :Wednesday , 22nd September 2021

    AstraZeneca is taking the lead in chronic illness management in Africa after partnering with the Pharmaceutical Society of Kenya (PSK) to establish the Kamba Ya Shanga project – a pharmacy-led end-to-end digitally integrated patient solution.

     

    The collaboration is part of a shared vision and commitment to working toward a future in which all people have acce. . .

  • Kenya Signed Telemedicine Agreement With Italian Hospital

    Posted on :Thursday , 29th July 2021

    During the pandemic time, Kenya's competence in telemedicine in Africa is gaining traction, with more relationships with global firms being seen.

     

    The latest in a nation regarded as the continent's most promising e-health industry is an agreement inked by the Kenyan government with Italy's largest private hospital company Gruppo San Donato (GSD) and Italian medical university . . .

  • Nigerian Health tech company Field Intelligence expands in Kenya

    Posted on :Thursday , 29th July 2021

    Field Intelligence, a Nigerian-based health tech firm that is digitising the supply chain and altering access to vital, life-saving drugs, has expanded its revolutionary pharmaceutical platform-Shelf Life- to Eldoret, Mombasa, Kisumu, and Naivasha in Kenya.

     

    This addition complements Field Intelligence's current 700+ pharmacy membership, which has delivered medicines to over 1. . .

  • Kenya Based Medical Firm Exports Medical Supplies to Tanzania

    Posted on :Wednesday , 7th July 2021

    A medical equipment manufacturing business headquartered in Kilifi has secured a contract to deliver medical equipment to Tanzania.

     

    Tanzania has bought 11 million Covid-19 vaccination syringes from Revital Healthcare EPZ Ltd, which has ordered the 2ml, 5ml, and 10ml vaccine syringes.

     

    This comes on the heels of Kenya and Tanzania's improved relationship sinc. . .

  • Bangladeshi firm to manufacture diabetes, malaria drugs in Kenya

    Posted on :Monday , 31st May 2021

    Square Pharmaceuticals, one of Bangladesh's major drugmakers, will begin producing pharmaceuticals at its multibillion-dollar manufacturing plant in Kenya within the next four months, aiming to meet unmet demand in Kenya, Tanzania, Rwanda, Burundi, Uganda, and South Sudan.

     

    The pharmaceutical company began building of a facility in the tax-free export processing zones (EPZ) in. . .

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