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Medicines for Africa
We improve access to quality treatment at a price affordable to African health systems and patients.
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World Health Organization (WHO) Jul 9
Replying to @MaEllenSirleaf
Look forward to doing all we can to respond to the challenges that have prevented us from being united to address effects of and ensure better health systems around the world-
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The Lancet Jul 9
It's time to convene nations to end this pandemic: this week's Offline column from our Editor-in-Chief
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Medicines for Africa Jul 9
Deaths within regions of African Union Member States
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Medicines for Africa Jul 9
Covid-19 Reporting amongst African Union Member States
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Medicines for Africa Jul 9
Covid-19 testing amongst African Union Member States
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Medicines for Africa Jul 9
Global epidemiological situation Africa CDC clinical briefing
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Medicines for Africa Jun 22
Let us take better care of our health. Health is wealth
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Medicines for Africa Jun 22
The world needs to do better for
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Medicines for Africa Jun 22
African countries unite to create 'one stop shop' to lower cost of Covid-19 tests and PPE
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Medicines for Africa May 11
Are African Governments Engaging Enough in Covid-19 Clinical Trial Participation?
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Medicines for Africa May 8
U.S response to Covid-19 pandemic has been slow and disastrous. Why should the U.S. be advising African nations that have done a stellar job in in slowing down transmission with a good track record of successfully battling epidemics? Surely, Africa CDC should be advising the US
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Medicines for Africa Mar 16
Check out my latest article: Possible reasons why acetaminophen may be a preferred treatment choice to NSAIDS in Covid-19 cases highlighted by Health Minister Olivier Véran via
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Prof. Emmanuel M Makasa Feb 26
Safe Surgery is not possible without the right equipment... we are struggling & need “essential” equipment to make it possible for the in
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António Guterres Feb 26
Everywhere, women are worse off than men, simply because they are women. This gender power gap is a form of discrimination that harms us all. On Thursday at I will outline 5 areas in which achieving gender equality will transform our world.
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Medicines for Africa Feb 26
Former Director Of Italian Medicines Agency Recognized For Drug Transparency Work
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Gao Seleka-Sekonopo 25 Mar 19
HE’s President of the Rep Rwanda and Rep Ethiopia and Former UNECA Carlos Lopez; in dialogue on the value addition proposition of the . The Afcfta is value driven as opposed to commodity driven.
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Medicines for Africa Feb 17
Business Forum ends with hopes for Africa to power its development with clean energy | United Nations Economic Commission for Africa
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Medicines for Africa Dec 10
Malta Looks For European Action On Medicines Price Transparency
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World Health Organization (WHO) Dec 5
Replying to @WHO
WHO supported this process by providing technical inputs, seeking policy recommendations from Strategic Advisory Group of Experts on Immunization, estimating global vaccine demand, and mechanism for fair and equitable access to this and other vaccines.
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World Health Organization (WHO) Dec 5
Replying to @WHO
This decision will enable countries affected by outbreaks to have fast access to currently licensed Ebola vaccine and future licensed Ebola vaccines.
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