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  • African Experts Praised China For Its Continous Support To Africa In The Public Health Sector

    Posted on :Friday , 13th September 2019

    African experts and policymakers have praised China's continous support to African institutions in the public health sector, with particular praise to its contribution towards the institutional and technical development of the much-needed African Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (Africa CDC).

     
    The blossoming China-Africa public health cooperation marked a r. . .

  • Kenya Committed To Improving Livelihoods Of Citizens Through Provision Of Quality & Affordable Health Services

    Posted on :Monday , 2nd September 2019

    Saitoti Torome, principal secretary of the State Department for Planning, said the government pledged to bridge skills and technological hiccups that have undermined provision of quality healthcare services.

     
    Officials said that Kenya will grow budgetary allocation towards training of healthcare workers and accession of technologies in order to improve response to a . . .

  • South Africa And Tanzanian Agreed To Deepen And Strengthen Economic Ties Through Expanded Trade And Investment

    Posted on :Tuesday , 27th August 2019

    Cyril Ramaphosa and John Pombe Magufuli met in Tanzania for bilateral talks ahead of the 39th Ordinary Summit of the Southern African Development Community (SADC) held in the capital Dar es Salaam.

     
    According to a statement issued by the South African Presidency, the two leaders agreed to work together to make sure economic growth and advance peace and stability in t. . .

  • Tanzania Government Has Announced New Incentives For The Pharmaceutical Investors

    Posted on :Wednesday , 7th August 2019

    The government of Tanzania is coming up with a new incentive as it attempt to attract more investors into the pharmaceutical sector.

    Under the plan, it is raising the price preference to locally-manufactured medical supplies from the current 15 to 25 per cent.
     
    "If a locally-produced medicine is sold at Sh125 and the imported one at Sh100, the govern. . .

  • Tanzania Upgrades Its Health Services In Order To Detect And Manage Ebola At Airports

    Posted on :Wednesday , 7th August 2019

    Tanzania has enhanced its preparedness for identifying and managing imported cases of Ebola Virus Disease (EVD) through airports.

    Director of preventive services at the ministry of Health, Leonard Subi, said that they have gained nine walk-through thermal scanners.
     
    He informed that the machines will be installed at Songwe, Mwanza and Kilimanjaro airports. . .

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