Zambia Mission Adds African Artifacts to Online Auction

Zambia Mission has added dozens of unique African art objects to its online auction at http://www.BiddingForGood.com/Zambia. The auction provides funds for medicines, medical equipment...

Mobile Solutions for Health Care Industry

Verizon Enterprise Solutions, Motorola Mobility Inc. and BoxTone are collaborating to develop a comprehensive mobile solution to help satisfy the unique security, reliability and...

Scientists celebrate AIDS prevention ‘breakthrough’

There is a chance of "turning the tide" on the AIDS epidemic, according to researchers, following the early release of results showing that anti-retroviral drugs...

Cote d’Ivoire: Significant progress in the fight against HIV/AIDS

Significant progress has been made in Côte d’Ivoire with regard to the treatment provided to persons living with HIV, as well as mother to...

Workshop for Building Capacity of Analyzing Disrupted Health Systems

EU/Libya Health System Strengthening Project 2: Strengthening Health information system And Medicines Supply chain management SHAMS Project in Libya An intensive workshop was launched on...

Support community mapping for climate adaptation

Improving access to information technology can help communities assess their own vulnerability and boost local planning, says John Waugh. Grassroots mapping can contribute to national plans...

Malaria Scientist Does Groundbreaking Research

At the Malaria Forum hosted by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation in October, the latest findings on what is currently the most viable...

Rwanda: Afro-Pop, Rap and R&B Musicians Promote Healthier Diets—through Beans

Rwanda’s top musicians are promoting better nutrition and health through a catchy new music video that was released today Rwanda’s top musicians are promoting better...

SOUTH AFRICA: Communities debate microbicide results

JOHANNESBURG, 23 August 2010 (PlusNews) - The recent release of positive results from a microbicide trial in South Africa have kick-started discussions...

Areas with low malaria rates ‘need mass vaccination’

The most promising malaria vaccine candidate should be rolled out through mass vaccination campaigns — rather than the WHO's routine infant vaccinations — in parts of...

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