Biomedical Ethics and Regulatory Capacity Building: International Dialogues

The LiberHetica and BERC-Luso consortia will meet on the 26th March 2021 to discuss about Biomedical Ethics and Regulatory Capacity Building in Sub-Saharan African countries. The LiberHetica and BERC-Luso are two projects funded by the European & Developing Countries Clinical Trials Partnership (EDCTP) aimed at strenghting ethics and regulatory capacities for clinical trials by partnerships between African and European […]

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The Congolese National Medicines Regulatory Authority (DPM) with WHO to guarantee the development and circulation of safe and effective drugs, by implementing the Global Benchmarking Tool (GBT)

As part of the strengthening of health systems and in particular the regulation of drugs and health products within the Africlinique project, the headquarters of the World Health Organization (WHO), the WHO Regional Office for Africa (AFRO), and the WHO Country Office (PO) in the Republic of Congo provided technical assistance to support the Directorate […]

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SEARCH project kick-off meeting

After months of intense preparation, the SEARCH (SouthErn Africa Regulatory for Clinical researcH) will have its project kick-off meeting. The Partners from all countries of SEARCH Consortium (Mozambique, Botswana, Eswatini, Lesotho and UK), together with the invited relevant stakeholders, will meet on February 18, 2021. Click here for more information: https://bit.ly/3jEUzFg This EDCTP-funded project is […]

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Neglected Tropical Diseases affect 1 in 5 people in the world

Neglected Tropical Diseases affect 1 in 5 people worldwide. Affecting over 1.7 billion people, the Neglected Tropical Diseases impair physical and cognitive development, contribute to mother and child illness and death, make it difficult to farm or earn a living, and limit productivity in the workplace. As a result, Neglected Tropical Diseases trap the poor […]

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Second European-African training for the Congolese team on “SARS-CoV-2 detection by ApoH enzyme”

As part of the implementation of ITAIL-COVID-19 project funded by the European Development Countries Partnership for Clinical Trials (EDCTP) and coordinated by the Congolese Foundation for Medical Research (FCRM), the Congolose team of this project participated on January 14, 2021 in the second online practical training on “SARS-CoV-2 detection by the ApoH“. Supervised by the […]

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The “Soap bubbles against Coronavirus” initiative reached the “Love Uganda Foundation” home for orphans and street children, in Kalagi, Mukono district – Kampala (Uganda)

An estimated 1.8 million children under the age of 5 die each year from diarrheal diseases and pneumonia, the two leading causes of death of young children worldwide. Washing hands with soap can protect about 1 child in 3 suffering from diarrhea and nearly 1 in 5 children with respiratory infections such as pneumonia. Based […]

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The “Soap bubbles against Coronavirus” initiative reached the home for orphans and street children “M-LISADA” in Kampala, Uganda

The “Soap bubbles against Coronavirus” initiative reached the home for orphans and street children “M-LISADA” (Music Life Skills and Destitution Alleviation, http://bit.ly/3s1Dfhp), in Ave Maria Road, Nsambya – Kampala, Uganda. M-LISADA was founded in 1996 by Segawa Bosco, soon orphaned of his father and 11 years old also of his mother, and by other young […]

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R-Evolution for the Children and Vulnerable with its team of young Ugandan women and men visited the Muslim Children Orphanage Home in Nansana (Kampala, Uganda)

R-Evolution for the Children and Vulnerable with its team of young Ugandan women and men visited the Muslim Children Orphanage Home in Nansana (Kampala, Uganda). From years this orphanage is lovingly caring for abandoned children, promoting their reunification with their parents and their families, and in the meantime providing for their growth, education and instruction. […]

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R-Evolution for the Children and Vulnerable team reached the New Midland Islamic Orphanage Home, in Kawempe-Luweero (Kampala, Uganda).

The R-Evolution for the Children and Vulnerable team of young Ugandan women and men has reached the New Midland Islamic Orphanage Home, in Kawempe-Luweero (Kampala, Uganda). Since 2001 this orphanage is also a school, which goes from kindergarten to primary, founded with the aim of helping orphans with education. The “Soap bubbles against Coronavirus” initiative […]

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