Africare’s Katelyn Brewer joined Chris Waters on Radio Today to discuss the community-led initiative, #Diepsloot2030. South Africa’s Diepsloot township is often characterized negatively in the media as stricken with poverty and crime, but these perceptions don’t do justice to the energetic, positive efforts of Diepsloot’s residents to enliven their community.
Africare in the News
Africare President Darius Mans joined host Shaka Ssali to discuss some of the biggest stories of 2014 and what impact they might have in the new year.
The Ministry of Health entered into an agreement with at least three international NGOs and one local NGO for the management of US$6 million to revive routine health services in five counties considered most affected by the Ebola virus.
Ruge was struck that much of the coverage depicted Africans only as victims. Little mention was made of their potential role in wiping out the deadly epidemic.
The materials include examination gloves, surgical gowns, surgical materials, personal protective equipment, oral re-hydration salt and body pressure materials, among others.
Innovations such as pulse readings by webcam and triage by SMS are just some of the ideas coders are pursuing to help rein in Ebola.
Suite à sa nomination comme ambassadeur, l’artiste Pape Diouf a animé un concert vendredi dernier au Grand Théâtre dans le but d’apporter sa contribution en vue de l’éradication de la maladie à fièvre hémorragique Ebola.
Le musicien Pape Diouf, le ministère de la Santé et Africare, ont joint leurs forces pour sensibiliser davantage les populations, dans le cadre de la prévention contre Ebola.
Africare is imparting entrepreneurial skills to the villagers so they effectively exploit business opportunities in the area.
Three years ago, maternal deaths were reported daily.