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Detecting Multiple Diseases At Once: EU-Funded Didida Project Develops A Cost-Effective Mobile Based Solution In Africa
Nairobi, November 9 – The Digital Innovations and Diagnostics for Infectious Diseases in Africa (Didida) had its official kick-off at the Strathmore University. Didida is an ambitious project to develop reliable, low-cost, mobile phone-connected tests to help detect multiple infectious diseases and non-communicable diseases (NCD) at once in sub-Saharan Africa. Didida also plans to invest in digital health infrastructure and train a new generation of African experts to meet the health needs of the continent.Read more
9 November 2022 Press release
Official Flag off of Phase II Enrolment of indigent Beneficiaries into the BHCPF, and Kwara Care Programme
On Friday, 28th of October 2022, the Kwara State Government flagged off Phase II enrollment of the Basic Health Care Provision Fund (BHCPF) for indigent beneficiaries in a bid to improve the quality of healthcare provided in the state. The BHCPF alongside initiatives of the Kwara Health Insurance Scheme (KWHIA) will provide free minimum basic healthcare to the poorest and most vulnerable citizens of the state. This will be carried out through accredited Primary Health Centers (PHCs) in Kwara State. Read more
3 November 2022 News
Queen Máxima visiting Tanzania for digital financial services
Her Majesty Queen Máxima will be visiting the United Republic of Tanzania from Monday evening 17 October to Wednesday 19 October in her role as the UN Secretary-General’s Special Advocate for Inclusive Finance for Development. Tanzania is currently drafting its third National Financial Inclusion Framework on access to digital financial services for all Tanzanians.Read more
19 October 2022 News

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