- It has been a frantic last few weeks for Ghanaian e-health startup Redbird, which came third at the local leg of the DEMO Africa ...
- The International Labour Organisation estimated in 2015 that 56% of people living in rural areas worldwide do not have access to essential ...
- The International Labour Organisation estimated in 2015 that 56% of people living in rural areas worldwide do not have access to essential ...July 9, 2020
- South African e-health startup BusyMed has raised an undisclosed amount of growth funding from local venture capital firm LionPride to help it ...June 2, 2020
- South Africa’s healthcare organisations are currently on a journey to providing comprehensive and accessible healthcare services to all its citizens, ...May 31, 2020
- Funke Fayehun, University of Ibadan; Akinyinka Omigbodun, University of Ibadan, and Eme Theodora Owoaje, University of Ibadan Healthcare in Nigeria:Evidence from ...May 12, 2020
COVID-19: Honoris United Universities develops 3D-printed respirator and potentially lifesaving diagnostics and equipmentHonoris United Universities has developed a 3D-printed respirator and potentially lifesaving diagnostics and equipment. Teams of scientists, doctors, engineers, students and professionals ...April 29, 2020
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