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Mushota Clinic Provides Hope to Family

Mushota Clinic Provides Hope to Family Mary Kunda and her son Nicholas walk 4km to the Mushota Rural Health Clinic in Northern Zambia once a month to get their Anti-Retroviral Treatment (ART) med...
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AAH CAPOR Trains Youth Groups

AAH CAPOR Trains Youth Groups AAH CAPOR project finished a five day training for the youth groups in Otogo Payam on puppetry and drama acting skills. CAPOR, Capacity Building for Post Conflict Re...
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Farmers Receive Goats

Farmers Receive Goats Farmers in Kyangwali Hoima in the western part of Uganda received Boar goats from Action Africa Help Uganda. ...
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Women Groups Training in South Sudan

Women Groups Training in South Sudan Action Africa Help through its capacity building project (CAPOR) has finished a three days workshop for four women groups in Otogo Payam on Smallbusiness empower...
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AAH Kenya and Brock University Collaborators Named Grand Challenges Canada’s Stars in Global Health Round 5 Winners

Kenyan women and decision-makers to participate in testing an innovative cervical cancer screening device


Grand Challenges Canada (GCC) has announced the winners of its Stars in Global Health Round 5. AAH Kenya with its collaborator Brock University, is one of the 83 recipients to receive a grant of $100,000 CAD for a project that will enable Kenyan women and decision makers to make informed decisions on how to implement an innovative cervical screening self-collection device called iPap.

 

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Low-cost water-purifying copper device to be field-tested in India and Kenya

A low-cost copper device, which has been proven to kill deadly water-borne pathogens, will be field-tested in poor urban and rural households in India and Kenya thanks to a $100,000 Grand Challenges Canada (GCC) Phase I Proof-of-Concept Grant awarded to Drs. Padma Venkat, Caroline Kisia and Ahmad Firas Khalid, students in the International Masters for Health Leadership (IMHL) program at McGill’s Desautels Faculty of Management.

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The Ajuong Thok Camp

Nyeel refugee camp in South Sudan was bustling long before the morning sun touched the sky. Around 200 people had packed everything in their homes and were waiting in line to move from Nyeel to the newly established Ajuong Thok camp situated about 40 kilometers Northeast. Mr. Cleophas Mubangizi, Head of Office, United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), Unity State, cited consolidation of resources as the main reason for the move. “Being a small camp, it makes more sense to move the refugees to one of the larger locations.”

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