Medical students in Rwanda have developed an mHealth platform, called Tantine, to give teenagers access to sexual and reproductive health information.
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Cochrane has launched the Cochrane Africa network to increase the use of best evidence to inform healthcare decision making across sub-Saharan Africa.
As Head of Operations and Partnerships, GPH at J&J, Alma Scott is working to establish an on-the-ground presence in Africa, Latin America and Asia.
Charlize Theron recently attended a media event at a Choma Dreams Café in Johannesburg to talk about the innovative project targeting young women and girls.
Ground-breaking research suggests that voluntary medical male circumcision (VMMC) could lower HIV risk for women by as much as 30%.
CEO of Profmed, Graham Anderson, talks about the importance of blood donations and what the minimum requirements are to be a blood donor.
A Zimbabwean MSF Nurse and Researcher has been awarded an HIV/TB Research Prize for her research on the life-saving tuberculosis (TB) test kit.
The WHO has warned that the rising levels of resistance to HIV drugs could undermine promising progress against the global fight against the HIV epidemic.
The use of biologics and biosimilars can make a huge difference to South Africans living with non-communicable diseases (NCDs).
According to scientists, a South African child born with HIV and given a short course of treatment appears to have been cured of the AIDS virus.
TB Program Lead South Africa at The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, Dr Zameer Brey, talks about doing more with existing resources to drive efficiency.