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Thursday, November 23, 2017

RDF takes army week medical services at Iwawa Rehabilitation Centre

On 3 February 2017 a two weeks long Medical outreach was concluded at Iwawa Rehabilitation Centre. The medical outreach provided Voluntary Counselling and Testing...

RDF conducts Army Week Medical Outreach  for  vulnerable genocide survivors in Ngororero

Ngororero, 15 February 2017 Rwanda Military Hospital (RMH), through Army Medical Outreach Program, is offering specialized medical services to Genocide survivors in Ngororero District....

Access Bank in partnership with SFH and RBC launch Breast Cancer Awareness Initiative

Access Bank has partnered with Society for Family Health (SFH) and Rwanda Biomedical Centre (RBC) in a breast cancer awareness initiative. This is in...

How to overcome peptic ulcers

Peptic ulcer disease, usually known as ulcers, is a condition in which there is erosion of the lining in the digestive tract, commonly in...

Rwanda’s Medical Drone Delivery System wins prestigious global award

Copenhagen: Medical drone delivery company Zipline’s joint initiative with the government of Rwanda was on Friday awarded the 2017 Index Award, Body Category, in...

New strategy to curb Malaria unveiled

The ministry of healthy has unveiled its new plan that will lead to malaria pre-elimination over the next years. While addressing a press conference, Rwanda...

Rwanda to offer radiotherapy treatment early next year

Rwanda is set to get its first ever radiotherapy cancer treatment centre. The development was confirmed by Dr Diane Gashumba, the Minister for Health, yesterday,...

The Heart of Africa’s New Medical School

SAN FRANCISCO – Rwanda has achieved some of the most dramatic gains in health and poverty-reduction in the world. This small, landlocked African country...

Rwanda Military Hospital introduces tele-pathology services to speed up cancer diagnosis

Rwanda Military Hospital has introduced tele-pathology services using a new acquired facility OmnyxTM VL4 Scanner that speeds up cancer diagnosis. While briefing Media at...

Rwanda bans mobile phones use by health practitioners at work

Rwandan health practitioners unilaterally agreed to stop using a mobile phones within health facilities. This consensus agreement was reached at in a self-evaluation health...