Tag Archives: HIV/AIDS

Public vs Private: Massive investments in the former still fail to attract Patients

Despite a significant proportion of the population qualifying for free care, patients in South Africa still prefer to attend private sector facilities. This is according to Statistics South Africa’s General Household Survey (GHS) of 2015, in which user satisfaction surveys revealed that only 57.6% of patients in the public sector were satisfied with the services

WHO, partners call for action to improve adolescent health

Africa is shouldering the lion’s share of the number of young people who die every day from preventable causes, according to the World Health Organization (WHO). In 2015, more than two thirds—some 855 000 10 to 19-year-olds—died in low- and middle-income countries in Africa and South East Asia. In a new report released Tuesday, WHO

How new loan scheme is transforming Rwandan women

A new loan scheme in Rwanda is helping women farmers escape the poverty trap. The loan giving Scheme that known as Babacoop operates just like a bank and is legally registered by the Rwandan government. Mostof the loans that it has provided since its inception have been for purchasing solar equipment, mostly panels. Since its

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