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ROLEX Jun 26
, Ugandan IT specialist and 2019 Laureate, has developed a low-cost portable device, the Matiscope, that quickly detects malaria without needing a blood sample. More on
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tellmystory Ng 22 Jun 18
Ugandan Wins Royal Academy of Engineering’s Africa Prize for Bloodless Malaria Test @RollBackMalaria
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Mohamed Shour 14 Jun 18
Kudos to for inventing a life changing device that detects malaria. We need more young folks like him in this world.
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Michael Ross Kakooza🇺🇬 16 Jun 18
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Moris Atwine May 10
. has been selected as a finalist for this year’s Rolex Awards Please vote for us, using this link - Much Appreciated!
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Share News To Social Media Networks And Make Money 23 Aug 18
Matibabu: A New Device In The Fight Against Malaria
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Musinguzi Laban May 7
Malaria being one of the problems faced in various countries. Support should be offered to in the 2019 For such youth who desire to create a change in society are an inspiration.
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Yoweri May 23
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thinkIT Limited May 10
Our flagship product - has been selected as finalists for this year’s ROLEX Award Vote for us form here 👇 Thanks
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ROLEX Jun 14
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Mary Serumaga 14 Jun 18
, I said we could. Congratulations , mwebale.
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Cynthia Pottinger 17 Jun 18
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New U.B.I.A. 18 Jun 18
If countries were sibblings would be the big brother you can run to when the bully takes your sweets.
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Joshua Businge M May 7
Support in the 2019 and discover the 10 finalists with inspiring projects to make the world a better place.
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Juan Dumas Jun 15
Congratulations to the 2019 Laureates , , , and . As a member of the jury, it has been an honour to cross paths with you.
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Godwin Nshuti Jun 12
The Rolex Awards support individuals with original ideas who are making the world a better place. Discover their inspiring projects.
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PC Tech Magazine May 11
Uganda's Brian Giita, the founder and team lead of Matibabu has been nominated for the 2019 Rolex Awards. He is finalists with 9 other inventors globally. cc. ,
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