The “Soap bubbles against coronavirus” initiative arrived at the Children’s Redemption Orphanage Home, Sierra Leone

The “Soap bubbles against coronavirus” initiative arrived at the Children’s Redemption Orphanage Home, located in Matainkay Village, near Waterloo (rural area of Freetown, capital of Sierra Leone), where, to prevent the spread of infectious diseases such as covid-19, the children were provided with everything needed to wash their hands properly, including the most obvious items […]

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The “Soap bubbles against coronavirus” initiative arrived at Heaven’s Home for Children, Sierra Leone

The “Soap bubbles against coronavirus” initiative arrived at Heaven’s Home for Children, located in Joe town, near Waterloo (rural area of ​​Freetown, capital of Sierra Leone), where the team of local volunteers provided the children in this orphanage with all the necessary and the instructions to wash your hands correctly, in order to prevent the […]

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Soap bubbles against coronavirus

Orphanages in low and middle income countries (LMICs) are particularly vulnerable to epidemics. In order to protect the hosted children from Covid-19, the local team of volunteers from R-Evolution Worldwide will visit some orphanages in the rural area of Freetown (capital of Sierra Leone, West Africa), to provide furnishings, materials, instructions and practical examples to […]

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Response to Covid-19 in Africa

The impact of Covid-19 in Africa is a ticking bomb on which the European Union (EDCTP) intervenes by supporting research projects. In response to this, a consortium of African and European universities and research institutes developed the ITAIL-COVID-19 project, aimed at implementation of novel and integrated laboratory testing approaches as a strategy against the spread […]

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AfriNEXT

AfriNEXT project aims to develop and promote a vibrant, strong and sustainable research culture Africa. The project will create a critical mass of African world-class researchers capable of carrying out high quality research on local health priorities with a strong emphasis on maternal and child health. It is a great pleasure to collaborate with research […]

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AfriEthique

A European-African partnership aimed at improving the ethics and regulatory capacity of clinical research in Central African countries has successfully proposed its project (AfriHetique) to the European Commission (EDCTP). The partnership is coordinated by CANTAM, the Network of Excellence in clinical research for Central African region, lead by Prof. Francine Ntoumi.

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