Although access to water supply and sanitation in Africa has been steadily improving over the past two decades, a lot still needs to be done.
AMREF Kenya and WelTel have partnered to secure a $2 million investment to improve patient care and expand the mobile health (mHealth) program across rural Kenya. Half of the funding, USD$1 million, is from APHIAPLUS IMARISHA, a five year USAID-funded project managed by AMREF Kenya. Grand Challenges Canada, an...
Members of Amref Health Africa's International Board, meeting in Nairobi this week, were hosted to a reception by the British High Commissioner in Kenya, Dr Christian Turner, at his residence in the Kenyan capital.
Amref Health Africa and the World Health Organisation (WHO) recently launched ENGAGE-TB.
Amref Health Africa on Friday, 7 February 2014 entered into an agreement with the African Population and Health Research Center (APHRC) to undertake joint research and capacity strengthening ventures for a period of three years.