Friday, September 24, 2021

HIV vaccine method approaches human trial

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An HIV vaccine trigger tested in a mouse model successfully readied the immune system to repel the virus, according to studies published Thursday. A...

President Bihi Passes Time With First Children Surgically Treated of Atrial Septal Defects In...

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The president of the Republic of Somaliland, Muse Bihi Abdi visited a private hospital in the capital that introduced a cutting edge treatment for...

Zero New Domestic Coronavirus Cases in China for First Time Since Epidemic Began

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Nationwide, the country recorded 34 new infections all of them from overseas Latest death toll is also down to single figures, at just...

The Political Economy of Covid-19 and Africa

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“It seems, the more there is written about the causes of the Coronavirus – the more the written analyses are overshadowed by a propaganda...

Negative PR, Aid Agencies of Harm to Somaliland – WorldRemit Founder

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Aid agencies are hindering development and undermining efforts to attract investment in Somaliland, according to a former World Bank and UN official turned entrepreneur. Ismail Ahmed, founder...

On-site power scheme begins with health centre installation

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A new scheme aims to install renewables-based on-site power systems at healthcare centres, schools and other facilities that need reliable access to electricity. The ’50 by...

Thank you from Somaliland

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  CARE Australia’s Chief Executive Sally Moyle visited Somaliland to see the impact of CARE’s emergency response following the cholera outbreak earlier this year. [youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KcYRod7doHo?feature=oembed] More...

Simple cancer test could save thousands of lives

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Research has found a way to identify the most deadly type of cancer at a much earlier stage, potentially saving thousands of lives. A simple...

Sussex physios send crutches to Somaliland

Physiotherapists in East Sussex are collecting crutches that patients no longer need and sending them to an underequipped hospital in East Africa. taff at Montefiore...

Africa Needs US$1 Trillion to Recover from Covid19 Losses

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Africa has not been too badly hit in health terms, but the economy has suffered The economic damage as well as the health costs caused...