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Rx for Africa Ethiopia to Launch a Minimum of 36 New Products in 2009

Drugs for Malaria and HIV/AIDS a High Priority ADDIS ABABA, Ethiopia, Jan. 21 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Rx for Africa, Inc.'s (Pink Sheets: RXAF.PK) wholly owned operating subsidiary, Rx Africa (Ethiopia) P.L.C. announced today that it's newly completed R&D center has formulated nine g...

HOE Ministries Gives New Hope to Orphans in Ethiopia : Hope For Orphans of Ethiopia Organization to Build Greater Awareness and Solutions to the Soaring Poverty Catastrophe Afflicting Orphaned and Innocent Children in Prison

HOE Ministries, Inc. (Hope for Orphans of Ethiopia), www.hoeministries.org , is a non profit Christian organization founded in January 2007, committed to reaching out to the impoverished orphan children of Ethiopia. WILTON, Conn. (Business Wire EON) November 20, 2008 ...

Ben-Gurion University of the Negev initiates project to eliminate intestinal worms in Ethiopia

NEW YORK, August 6, 2008 A professor at The Faculty of Health Sciences at Ben-Gurion University of the Negev (BGU) is beginning an intensive program in Ethiopia this August to eradicate intestinal worms which affect as much as 50 percent of the population in Africa. BGU Professor Zvi Bentwich,...

USAID Announces Youth-Focused HIV/AIDS Programs in Ethiopia

ADDIS ABABA, Ethiopia, July 1 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) awarded a $500,000 grant to the YMCA of the USA to combat HIV/AIDS in Ethiopia. The program will provide youth access to basic HIV prevention education and vital medical services and ...

Bird flu test conducted in dead pigeon found in Ethiopia

Ethiopia is facing a new threat of bird flu panic fallowing reports of a pigeon dead. The Animal and Health ministry is undergoing tests for isolating// and identification of the virus responsible for the pigeon dead. Though there were no earlier reports on isolation of the virulent H5N1 strain of ...

Rx for Africa, Inc. Signs Letter of Intent for Strategic Alliance with Rusan Pharma, Ltd. of India

...opian facilities. Dr. Navin Saxena, Chairman of Rusan Pharma, Ltd. commented, "Rusan is pleased to enter into strategic alliance with Rx for Africa. ethiopia is a big market with significant potential for growth in the area of Tuberculosis, HIV AIDS & Malaria products. Rusan has the capability to develo...

First Annual World Meningitis Day Gaining National Support

...edicine. "The disease is endemic in the meningococcal belt which runs through sub-Saharan Africa," added Lessans. "This area stretches from Senegal to ethiopia across the middle of the continent." The meningitis vaccine is especially recommended, if not required, for the following people: students atten...

Former Executive at Genzyme Corp. and Osiris Therapeutics, Inc. to Head Business Advisory Board at Rx for Africa, Inc.

... the potential to dominate the sub-Saharan region of Africa, which includes ethiopia and several neighboring countries with aggregate populations in the hundred...European partners who will use Rx for Africa's low cost of manufacturing in ethiopia to their competitive advantage. "When Rx for Africa, Inc.'s wholly-owned su...

WFP Calls for Rescue Package for the World's Hungry

... 185 DPRK 5.58 346 DRC 2.73 258 ethiopia 8.67 633 Haiti 1.40 76 Kenya ...

GlaxoSmithKline and The Carter Center Reaffirm Commitment to Global Public Health with Expansion of LF Program

... the world, GlaxoSmithKline (LSE/NYSE: GSK ) announced that it has made a $250,000 donation to The Carter Center to assist the Ministry of Health of ethiopia with launching a program to eliminate lymphatic filariasis (LF). The program will be launched in the Gambella region of Ethiopia, currently known as ...
Ethiopia in Medical Technology

Tampax and Always Launch Protecting Futures Program Dedicated to Helping African Girls Stay in School

...ble children living in HIV/AIDS-affected communities in Africa. HERO, along with its in-country partners, works with schools in Namibia, South Africa, ethiopia and Zambia to provide each school with a comprehensive "HERO Package" that includes feeding programs, classrooms (repair and construction), toilets, c...
Ethiopia in Biological News

Ethiopian government celebrates rinderpest eradication

...vel community-based approaches to vaccination. Eradication of rinderpest in ethiopia is especially crucial because the country has the largest cattle population... training pastoral livestock owners living in remote, marginalized areas of ethiopia as community-based animal health workers (CAHWs). Most could not read or wr...

TB -- hiding in plain sight

... Stockholm, Sweden and Addis Ababa, ethiopia Current research suggests that Mycobacterium tuberculosis can evade the immune response. The related report by Rahman et al, "Compartmentalization of...

Coffee cultivation good for diversity in agrarian settlements but not in forests

... of coffee for the preservation of biodiversity in ethiopia in two of the world's leading journals for conserv...n coffee be good for plant and animal diversity in ethiopia by increasing the density of trees or will it impo...tinuing his research on ecosystems in southwestern ethiopia with an eye to understanding the impact of coffee ...

Agriculture project helps bring 'PEACE' to Afghanistan

...ing on the project since the fall of 2006. The pair previously spent almost a decade working with a non-profit organization helping nomadic herders in ethiopia and communities in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. "We chose Catherine and Michael for the PEACE project because they were familiar with work...

72 new members chosen by Academy

...eir affiliations at the time of election, and their country of citizenship are: ASFAW, BERHANE; manager, Rift Valley Research Service, Addis Ababa, ethiopia (Ethiopia) ASPECT, ALAIN; director of research and professor, Ecole Polytechnique Laboratoire Charles Fabry, Institut d'Optique, Orsay, France (Fr...

Killer fungus spells disaster for wheat

... in the race. Ug99, a virulent strain of black stem rust (Puccinia graminis) was identified in Uganda in 1999. Since then it has invaded Kenya and ethiopia and, last year, Yemen. From previous fungal invasions, scientists expected the prevailing winds to carry Ug99 spores to Egypt, Turkey and Syria, and t...

Evolution tied to Earth movement

...sue of Geotimes, published by the American Geological Institute. They argue that the accelerated uplift of mountains and highlands stretching from ethiopia to South Africa blocked much ocean moisture, converting lush tropical forests into an arid patchwork of woodlands and savannah grasslands that gradual...

Ethiopian development raises birth rate

...istol University's Department of Archaeology and Anthropology and Dr Ruth Mace of University College, London examined nearly 2,000 households in rural ethiopia over a four year period during which a tapped water supply was introduced but family planning provisions were absent. They looked at the nutritional ...

Typhoid fever led to the fall of Athens

...Journal of Infectious Diseases (IJID) published by Elsevier on behalf of the International Society for Infectious Diseases. The plague that began in ethiopia and passed through Egypt and Libya to Greece in 430-426 B.C. changed the balance of power between Athens and Sparta, ending the Golden Age of Pericles...

Alleged 40,000-year-old human footprints in Mexico much, much older than thought

...liar with the "so-called footprints" and knows Renne well, frequently collaborating with him in the dating of million-year-old sediments in an area of ethiopia where White has excavated numerous fossils of human ancestors. He is not surprised at the new finding. "The evidence (the British team) has provide...
Ethiopia in Biological Technology

More Can Be Done Now to Address the Growing Global Demand for Grain

...lementing and sustaining new agricultural practices is challenging, we've seen it work around the world," Gumina said. "Farmers in many countries like ethiopia have increased corn yields by switching from open pollinated varieties to conventional hybrid corn. At the same time, farmers in countries like Spain,...

Syngenta and The Royal Society of Chemistry Launch African Science Initiative

... across this vast Continent." RSC chief executive Dr Richard Pike said: "Built upon the success of the RSC Archives for Africa which was launched in ethiopia last year and thanks in large part to the grant from Syngenta, the Pan Africa Chemistry Network is an innovative approach to develop science education...
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