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Save the Children Review the Dadaab Child Protection Case Management Standard Operating Procedures Consultancy in Kenya

Save the Children Review the Dadaab Child Protection Case Management Standard Operating Procedures Consultancy in Kenya

Our vision is a world in which every child attains the right to survival, protection, development and participation. Our mission is to inspire breakthroughs in the way the world treats… Read more »

Entrepreneurial Pharmaceutical Technologist

Entrepreneurial Pharmaceutical Technologist

If you are a natural entrepreneurial pharmaceutical technologist who loves working with people, creating an impact in health and selling life-saving products, you could be Living Goods’ next Assistant Branch… Read more »

Workshop in Kenya builds the knowledge base for effective engagement to Scale Up Nutrition

Workshop in Kenya builds the knowledge base for effective engagement to Scale Up Nutrition

                          From 10th to 12th June 2015, the SUN Movement Secretariat partnered with UNICEF and the SUN Business… Read more »

Big pharma attempts to cast off bad reputation by targeting the poor

Big pharma attempts to cast off bad reputation by targeting the poor

Big pharma isn’t known for its fair dealing in the global South. Infamously, the high cost of patented HIV antiretroviral drugs (ARVs) in the early 2000s priced out developing countries… Read more »

Kenya Diabetes Management & Information Centre

Kenya Diabetes Management & Information Centre

Description Kenya Diabetes Management & Information Centre is a not-for-profit registered medical charity founded in May 1999 with the aim of educating the public about diabetes. This was in response… Read more »

Be warned: Popular hair shampoo causes cancer

Be warned: Popular hair shampoo causes cancer

By GATONYE GATHURA Updated Thursday, June 25th 2015 at 00:18 GMT +3 A regular hair and skin shampoo has joined the growing list of products known to cause cancer. The… Read more »

Drugs shortage cripples hospitals

Drugs shortage cripples hospitals

By Rael Jelimo Updated Friday, June 26th 2015 at 00:00 GMT +3 Residents are crying out for help as a serious shortage of drugs and medical supplies at hospitals and… Read more »

Kenya: Nandi Buys Sh50 Million Drugs for 146 Hospitals

Kenya: Nandi Buys Sh50 Million Drugs for 146 Hospitals

By Mathews Ndanyi The Nandi government has procured Sh50 million drug supplies from the Kenya Medical Supplies Agency . Governor Cleophas Lagat said the drugs will be supplied to 146… Read more »

Barack Obama’s ancestral village of Kogelo stills wrestles with poverty and disease

Barack Obama’s ancestral village of Kogelo stills wrestles with poverty and disease

Barack Obama Okoth was tugging at his Mickey Mouse sweatshirt, trying to remember everything he could about the man he was named after. “He lives in America, and he’s a… Read more »

“The Haematological Changes in HIV” Continuous Medical Education By Dr. Jamila Rajab

“The Haematological Changes in HIV” Continuous Medical Education By Dr. Jamila Rajab

Pathologists Lancet Kenya (PLK) has a commitment to the continuous training and development of its staff and wider medical fraternity through Continuous Medical Education (CME). PLK has exemplified this through… Read more »

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