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T21 Families Support Organization lauded for supporting children with Down Syndrome

Views: 6Featured Photo Caption:Beyond Zero Initiative Coordinator, Angella Langat Speaking during at T21 Families Support Organization (T21 FSO) medical camp held at  Ability Therapy Place in Nairobi County.  NAIROBI, 9th October, 2021, (PSCU)–First Lady Margaret Kenyatta’s Beyond Zero Initiative on Saturday lauded T21 Families Support Organization (T21 FSO) for championing the welfare of children with […]

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First Lady Margaret Kenyatta appeals for inclusion of palliative services in primary healthcare

Views: 2NAIROBI, 8th October, 2021, (PSCU)—First Lady Margaret Kenyatta has appealed to healthcare service providers in the country to include palliative care, including cancer management, as part of primary healthcare packages offered to Kenyans. Featured Photo: First Lady Margaret Kenyatta makes her remarks during the official opening of the Nairobi Hospice and the launch of

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A total of 196,800 doses of Johnson and Johnson vaccine procured with funding from Government of Uganda has arrived into the country. The consignment was officially received by the Permanent Secretary,

Views: 0The first batch of 196,800 doses of the Johnson and Johnson (J & J) vaccines procured with funding from the Government of Uganda arrived yesterday evening. The consignment was officially received by the Ministry of Health Permanent Secretary, Dr. Diana Atwine together with other officials from the ministry and National Medical Stores officials. Earlier

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No Vaccination Card, No Beer- Mnangagwa

Views: 4Emmerson Mnangagwa on Tuesday extended the Level 2 COVID-19 lockdown by a further two weeks. Speaking during a post-cabinet media briefing this evening, Information, Publicity and Broadcasting Services Minister Monica Mutsvangwa advised the public to continue observing World Health Organisation (WHO) COVID-19 protocols. She said: HE President Emmerson Mnangagwa has extended Level 2 Lockdown

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An Insomniac’s Guide to Dehumidifiers

Views: 5Credit:Depositphotos_stock-photo-raindrops-on-the-window-with.-2019 (1) Chronic insomnia affects about 10% of the American adult population, representing over 25 million people. High humidity and heat are two major reasons many people find themselves battling insomnia. Uncontrolled humidity can also encourage the growth of dust mites and other allergens that may affect sleep. The good news is that insomnia resulting from a combination

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Abortion rights march: Thousands attend rallies across US

Views: 20In the coming months, the Supreme Court is set to hear a case that could overturn Roe v Wade – the 1973 decision that legalised abortion nationwide. In Washington DC, demonstrators marched to the Supreme Court building, holding signs such as “Make abortion legal”. The start of the rally was disrupted by some two

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Zimbabwe receives nearly one million COVID-19 vaccine doses from COVAX

Views: 0Zimbabwe has received  943,200 COVID-19 vaccine doses from the global COVAX Facility to complement ongoing national vaccine deployment.   The vaccines have been received in tranches where the first batch arrived on 29th September and the second batch today, 01 October 2021. In a handover ceremony held this afternoon, Dr John Mangwiro, Deputy Minister

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