Posted on :Wednesday , 24th March 2021
Belayab Pharmaceuticals has signed a franchise agreement to open Haltons Pharmacies in Ethiopia with Ghanaian health tech startup mPharma.
Under the terms of the agreement, mPharma will use its technology platforms, expertise, and extensive experience working with hospitals and retail pharmacies across Africa to help Ethiopia achieve universal medical coverage for all of its . . .
Posted on :Friday , 30th October 2020
The Ministry of Health in Addis Ababa today announced that six cancer treatment centres are being established in four regions of the country, including Addis Ababa.
In her remarks at a media briefing on Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Minister of Health Lia Taddesse said huge efforts need to exert in increasing the level of breast cancer alertness of the community at large.
Posted on :Thursday , 15th October 2020
At the turn of the 21st century, China and Africa established what would become one of the world's most vibrant and successful multilateral platforms for international cooperation - the Forum on China-Africa Cooperation (FOCAC).
As the forum marks its 20th anniversary this year, it has triumphed over naysayers' pessimism over China-Africa cooperation and carried forward the spir. . .
Posted on :Thursday , 11th June 2020
The Republic of Cameroon, a country on the Gulf of Guinea in the central region of Africa is set to benefit from the construction of a multifunctional laboratory complex dedicated to the analysis and control of the quality of food, pharmaceutical, textile, electronic, chemical and construction products.
The project is being carried out by Mediline Medical Cameroon, a subsidia. . .
Posted on :Tuesday , 17th December 2019
The Ethiopian government welcomed the Chinese medical team for their healthcare services and medical appliance assistance to the Ethiopian people.
"The lifesaving involvement of China's medical support to Ethiopia, which lasts for more than four decades, is a successful appearance of the growing Ethiopia-China friendship," Yohannes Chala, Head of Addis Ababa Health Bureau, to. . .