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Mozambique confirms wild poliovirus case

Health authorities in Mozambique today declared an outbreak of wild poliovirus type 1 after confirming that a child in the country’s north-eastern Tete province...

Africa sees longest-running decline in COVID-19 cases

Africa is experiencing its longest-running decline in COVID-19 infections since the onset of the pandemic. Recorded weekly cases have fallen for the past 16...

To Stop Disease X, Accountability Key to New Pandemic Treaty

To prevent future outbreaks from becoming global pandemics, an independent coalition of global leaders has called for an accountable international system that enables countries...

Inside Tanzania’s COVID-19 research agenda: The Rise, Fall and Rise again

Tanzania’s research sector is recovering from a year-long official denial of COVID-19, during which researchers did not have the freedom to study the pandemic. ...

Tanzania: Vacuum of evidence in medical management of COVID-19

As a medical doctor working in Tanzania—and having been on the frontline in treating COVID-19 patients, I am still preoccupied by memories of what...

The people we shouldn’t leave behind in Tanzania’s ‘health insurance for all’ plan

Three weeks ago, I attended the funeral of my friend's father. As usual in our setup, before last respects and going to the burial...

NEWBOOK: Tanzanian-born professor and malaria guru recounts memories in medical practice, rural experience

Zul Premji, born 67 years ago in Iringa, Southern Tanzania, is a scientist who has seen the highs and lows of the country’s health...

What’s next for COVID-19 research as MUHAS-Dr Salim family unveil seed fund?

Fresh concerns over Tanzania’s capacity to support own COVID-19 research Family of former PM raises Sh100million amid calls for more funding Companies have...
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