Tetanus Vaccination Campaign Launched in North Darfur

[Radio Dabanga] El Fasher -A six-day campaign was launched in North Darfur on Wednesday, which aims to vaccinate women of child-bearing age (between 15 and 45 years old) in vulnerable areas of the state against tetanus.

[Radio Dabanga] El Fasher -A six-day campaign was launched in North Darfur on Wednesday, which aims to vaccinate women of child-bearing age (between 15 and 45 years old) in vulnerable areas of the state against tetanus.

source: AllAfrica News: Sudan

Concern for Missing South Darfur Bank Employee

[Radio Dabanga] Nyala -The relatives of Azhari Ismail, an employee of the Savings Bank in Nyala, have expressed grave concern for him, as he has been missing from his home since Monday night.

[Radio Dabanga] Nyala -The relatives of Azhari Ismail, an employee of the Savings Bank in Nyala, have expressed grave concern for him, as he has been missing from his home since Monday night.

source: AllAfrica News: Sudan

Diarrhoea Kills Two Students

[Radio Dabanga] Wad Medani -Two students died in Wad Medani hospital in Sudan’s El Gezira state on Tuesday after being admitted with watery diarrhoea. Waleed Abdel Rahim Abdullah and Abdel Aziz Mohammed, who are studying at the Faculty of Abubakar Osma…

[Radio Dabanga] Wad Medani -Two students died in Wad Medani hospital in Sudan's El Gezira state on Tuesday after being admitted with watery diarrhoea. Waleed Abdel Rahim Abdullah and Abdel Aziz Mohammed, who are studying at the Faculty of Abubakar Osman in El Gezira, were admitted to the hospital with acute diarrhoea shortly before they died.

source: AllAfrica News: Sudan

President Buhari Pledges More Support to Military

[This Day] Abuja and Lagos -President Muhammadu Buhari yesterday in Lagos pledged the continuous support of the federal government to equip the military, while urging ingenuity in complementing the government’s efforts by looking inwards to construct a…

[This Day] Abuja and Lagos -President Muhammadu Buhari yesterday in Lagos pledged the continuous support of the federal government to equip the military, while urging ingenuity in complementing the government's efforts by looking inwards to construct and improvise some vital operational tools.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

251 Billion/ – for Health

[Daily News] Shinyanga -Ministry of Health, Community Development, Gender, Children and Elderly has set aside 251bn/- this financial year to improve health services countrywide.

[Daily News] Shinyanga -Ministry of Health, Community Development, Gender, Children and Elderly has set aside 251bn/- this financial year to improve health services countrywide.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Food Prices Increase As Festive Season Nears

[Monitor] Kampala -In the hustle and bustle that is characteristic of the festive season, there is usually a rush to do last minute shopping. This commonly increases demand for the products amidst the reduction of supplies thus driving up prices.

[Monitor] Kampala -In the hustle and bustle that is characteristic of the festive season, there is usually a rush to do last minute shopping. This commonly increases demand for the products amidst the reduction of supplies thus driving up prices.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

FKF Offers to Finance Two Extra Clubs for 18-Team League

[Capital FM] Nairobi -Football Kenya Federation President Nick Mwendwa has said they are willing to incur extra expenses of bringing in two additional teams into the league as the Federation goes on with its push for an 18-team league next season.

[Capital FM] Nairobi -Football Kenya Federation President Nick Mwendwa has said they are willing to incur extra expenses of bringing in two additional teams into the league as the Federation goes on with its push for an 18-team league next season.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Most Hospitals Are Ill-Equipped – Report

[Nation] Nearly nine in 10 hospitals — 86 per cent — in Kenya don’t have life-saving maternal and child health kits such as oxytocin, used to stop bleeding during delivery, a national survey shows.

[Nation] Nearly nine in 10 hospitals -- 86 per cent -- in Kenya don't have life-saving maternal and child health kits such as oxytocin, used to stop bleeding during delivery, a national survey shows.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya