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China experience boosted Africa digital innovation

China Daily 28 Sep 2022
She returned to Uganda after completing her studies and founded a healthcare technology startup in the capital city Kampala in 2019 called My Musawo, which means "my doctor" in Luganda, the main local language ... That's when she met our family doctor, and the first TCM doctor in Uganda."
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As Ebola Spreads, Ugandan Medical Interns Strike Over Safety

Voa News 27 Sep 2022
As Uganda reports more deaths from the latest Ebola outbreak in the country, medical interns at the hospital handling most of the cases have gone on strike ... President for the Federation for Uganda Medical Interns, Dr ... Speaking to VOA by phone, he called on Uganda’s Ministry of Health to urgently address the issue to protect doctors-in-training.
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Feature: African youth behind digital innovation in Africa with "China experiences"

People Daily 23 Sep 2022
She returned to Uganda after completing her studies and founded a healthcare technology startup in the capital city Kampala in 2019 called "My Musawo," which means "my doctor" in Luganda, the main local language ... That's when she met our family doctor, and the first TCM doctor in Uganda."
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Cool Cannibals

Off Guardian 08 Sep 2022
Traditional healers or witch doctors grind up body parts and combine them with roots, herbs, seawater, animal parts, and other ingredients to prepare potions and spells for their clients ... In a BBC NewsNewsnight report, Witch doctors revealed the extent of child sacrifice in Uganda ... Here are a few more examples of modern-day ‘witch doctors’.
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‘The Blinded City’: a history of inner-city Johannesburg

Independent online (SA) 04 Sep 2022
When he came back after doing his doctoral research in Uganda on displaced communities, he decided to continue with the Doctors Without Borders project, doing research on unlawful occupations and what is called hijacked buildings, and it seemed to him at the time that these buildings were misread and interpreted through a lens of criminality.
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Snares: Low-tech, low-profile killers of rare wildlife the world over

Mongabay 18 Aug 2022
Quick-responding rangers and the Gorilla Doctors saved Iragi from near-certain death in a snare in 2013. Image © Gorilla Doctors. When rangers discovered Iragi’s situation, they alerted Gorilla Doctors, an NGO that provides veterinary care in Rwanda, Uganda and the DRC to gorillas that have become habituated to the presence of humans.
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GLOBALink | Chinese support boosts Uganda's health care services

Xinhua 16 Aug 2022
Ugandan doctors and their Chinese counterparts at Uganda-China Friendship Hospital have worked shoulder to shoulder for 10 years in saving the lives of ordinary Ugandans who are in dire need of health care ... Chinese support boosts Uganda's ...
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Israeli doctor performs surgery in Uganda and saves the life of 12-year-old pregnant girl

The Jerusalem Post 14 Aug 2022
The life of a 12-year-old girl in Uganda who gave birth and suffered a gynecological injury after losing her fetus has been saved by a doctor who volunteers to helps African patients once or twice a year.  ... She recently returned from a surgery camp she conducted in Uganda, where she treated the 12-year-old girl.
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Feature: Chinese support boosts Uganda's health care services

Xinhua 12 Aug 2022
Since 1983, China has been dispatching medical teams composed of different specialists to Uganda. Up to now, a total of 229 Chinese doctors and experts have provided medical services to local communities in Uganda, according to the Chinese embassy here ... Chinese support boosts Uganda's health care services.
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Durand Educational Foundation to honor distinguished alumni

The Argus Press 09 Aug 2022
... and doctoral degrees from Christian Education Ministries, Bethel Seminary and Oakland University ... He said the highlight of his career has been his ministry work in Africa, including his time teaching at Makerere University in Uganda, where he received an honorary doctorate.
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US: Africa can buy Russian grain but risks actions on oil

Beatrice Daily Sun 04 Aug 2022
KAMPALA, Uganda (AP) — African nations are free to buy grain from Russia but could face consequences if they trade in U.S.-sanctioned commodities such as Russian oil, the U.S ... Uganda is the U.S ... Uganda is one of 25 African nations that abstained or didn’t vote in the U.N.
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How Fauci and Grady Degraded the Standards of Ethical Requirements for Clinical Research in the ...

GlobalResearch 29 Jul 2022
To receive Global Research’s Daily Newsletter (selected articles), click here ... Nuremberg focused primarily on the rights of patients’ protection from harm by doctors performing “human experiments” ... “At a recent meeting on AIDS care in Africa, held in Kampala, Uganda, several doctors expressed their concerns about the changes to the declaration ... 16 ... 17.
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Lifehealth, A New Innovation Transforming Access To Healthcare -- CTI Africa Lifehealth Network

MENA FN 27 Jul 2022
(MENAFN - PRLog) -- An exciting new development in Uganda's healthcare picture has been making doctors and other healthcare professionals sit up and take notice, it's called LifeHealth . Piloting ... .
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African man undergoes total left hip replacement surgery in Delhi after rare complication

The Times of India 25 Jul 2022
NEW DELHI ... The root cause of it is still unknown, doctors at the hospital said ... He was advised surgery back in his native country Uganda, however, he did not undergo any surgery in his home country before heading to India for treatment, doctors said ... Rarely, it can transform into malignancy, the doctors said ... Start a Conversation. .
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Analysis: How Uganda’s ‘eyes and ears’ prolong Museveni presidency

Al Jazeera 15 Jul 2022
Kampala, Uganda – When Ugandans next head to the polls in 2026, President Yoweri Museveni will have been at the helm for exactly 40 years ... In Uganda’s recent history, many top security operatives have been accused of “doctoring intelligence reports” or manufacturing intelligence to suit a centrally crafted narrative.

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