AOP Health Starts Research for Leukemia Treatment

AOP Health signed an agreement with Leukos Biotech for the further development of a newly discovered chemical substance. With this agreement AOP Health expands the hemato-oncology research area even further and provides additional treatment options for certain leukemia patients in the longer term. Agnes Kohl, Chief Business Officer, AOP Orphan Pharmaceuticals GmbH, Member of the […]

AOP Health commence la recherche d’un traitement pour la leucémie

AOP Health a signé un accord avec Leukos Biotech pour la poursuite du développement d’une substance chimique récemment découverte. Avec cet accord, AOP Health élargit encore davantage le domaine de la recherche sur l’hémato-oncologie et propose des options de traitement supplémentaires à certains patients atteints de leucémie sur le long terme. VIENNE, Autriche, 01 août […]

Kirinyaga Security Team Gets Vehicles Ahead Of Polls

The Kirinyaga county security team has flagged off 15 vehicles to various stations within the county to enhance national security and service delivery to members of the public. The vehicles…

Magoha Orders Closure Of Schools Ahead Of Poll

Education Cabinet Secretary (CS) Prof. George Magoha has directed that all schools close by Tuesday to pave the way for the upcoming General Election next week. Magoha has directed that…

Kiambu Artisans Receive Infrastructural Tools And Kits

Jua Kali Association members have been asked to optimally utilize their skills and available machinery to improve the quality of their products to meet demands of consumers. According to Micro…

Uganda To Use Tatu City For Benchmarking

The Uganda Parliament will use Tatu City as a benchmark for the successful implementation of Special Economic Zones (SEZ). This follows a successful visit by members of the parliamentary Budget…

Nutrition Stakeholders Call For Appropriate Breastfeeding

Kenya will be among countries celebrating World Breastfeeding Week, even as global crisis continues to threaten the health and nutrition of millions of babies and children. For this World Breastfeeding…

State Assures Kenyans Of Enough Subsidized Maize Flour

The government has assured Kenyans that it has engaged enough millers to supply the subsidized maize flour at the recommended price of Sh100 and below. Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock, Fisheries…

UNICEF Kenya Humanitarian Situation Report No. 2 (Drought) – 1 June to 30 June 2022

Highlights: · According to the National Disaster Management Authority (NDMA) Food Security June 2022 report, and after four failed consecutive rainy seasons, the number of people facing food insecurity in…

JKUAT Students Innovate eHealth Solutions to Manage HIV/AIDS

Six brilliant digital health projects by JKUAT students were awarded Ksh 10,000 each and selected for incubation in a move aimed at leveraging digital tools in the health sector with…

Kenya signs MOU with Novo Nordisk to scale-up support for children with diabetes

The government of Kenya and Novo Nordisk, a Danish multinational pharmaceutical company, have signed a memorandum of understanding for the supply of medical commodities targeted at improving the treatment and…

Zambia can meet growing food demand: how to fix what’s standing in its way

African countries face great challenges in adapting to climate change to meet growing demand for food. The current drought in East Africa is the latest manifestation of changing weather patterns.…

Russia/Ukraine grain export deal promises major benefits for poor countries. If it holds

If Russia keeps to the deal it has signed with Ukraine allowing for the resumption of grain exports, much needed relief will be provided to importing countries, including many in…

The role of media in a Kenyan election: what you should know

Traditionally, political debates have been shaped by mainstream media. Kenya’s mainstream media, however, remain strongly wedded to factional ethnic and class interests. This has undermined their capacity to facilitate fair…