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Medicines for Africa
We are a self-sustaining social enterprise that provides quality low-cost treatments to African people is a sustainable way.
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Medicines for Africa Jun 23
The dangerous nature of the conflict in the Lake Chad region has meant journalists have also struggled to always get…
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Medicines for Africa Jun 21
Social enterprise: time for local leadership
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Medicines for Africa Jun 21
Social enterprise: time for local leadership
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Medicines for Africa Jun 21
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Medicines for Africa Jun 21
Medical Stores Limited | Zambia's medical distributor
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Medicines for Africa Jun 14
Polio outbreaks in DRC set back global efforts to eradicate the disease
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Medicines for Africa Jun 10
Human Rights Council Speakers: Right To Health Underlies All Other Rights, Access To Medicines Key
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Medicines for Africa Jun 10
thanks for the interesting article highlighting the importance of access to contraceptives for women.
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Medicines for Africa Jun 9
Parents eye Austrian asylum in Italy vaccination dispute
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Els Torreele Jun 9
Medical innovation needs to be available, affordable and accessible to the people who need it - yesterday in FT
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Medicines for Africa Jun 9
South Sudan vaccination error kills 15 children
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Medicines for Africa Jun 2
Diarrhoea kills half a million children globally, shows Lancet study
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Medicines for Africa May 29
Leke: African Fundamentals Strong Amid Slowing Growth via
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Medicines for Africa May 24
Moldova centralised procurement reduced price reduction by 30% and ensured a sustainable supply chain in Moldova
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Medicines for Africa May 24
SGD agenda is to leave no one behind
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Medicines for Africa May 24
The poorest people are now dealing with illnesses that require long term care that is quite costly
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Medicines for Africa May 24
The extent to which people live with the burden of NCDs affects the quality and length of life in LMICs
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Medicines for Africa May 24
It is not only the physical infrastructure that is important, also the human capital for delivering care
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Medicines for Africa May 24
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Medicines for Africa May 24
Alignment of political power from global, regional, national to community level makes a big difference to progress
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