Appel au don d’organe à un jeune rwandais

Kigali: Egide Rusanganwa, jeune rwandais qui s’apprête à entrer à l’université et souffrant d’une déficience des deux reins a lancé un appel au don d’organe sur les ondes de la radio lors... Read more »

Major study shows impact of parasitic worms in Rwanda

London: Northern Rwandan inhabitants infected with more than two species of parasitic worm are more likely to be underweight than those with just one or with no infection, according to new research... Read more »

L’hôpital de Gahini a besoin de matériel pour la vasectomie

Province de l'Est: En ce début d’une matinée ensoleillée Bernard Inkindi, 36 ans, et sa fiancée sont assis sur un banc dans une salle de l’hôpital de Gahini à l’Est du pays.... Read more »

New measures to control swine flu in schools

Kigali: ‘Make sure students wash hands regularly or stay at home if they do not feel well’, is among the latest guidelines unveiled Friday by the UN health agency to reduce the... Read more »

Risques et espoirs d’enfants des femmes sidéennes

Kigali: Même si c'est dangereux pour leur santé et que le bébé a des chances d'être infecté, avoir un enfant apparaît essentiel à de nombreuses Rwandaises séropositives pour être bien vues socialement... Read more »

HIV vaccine research gets major boost

Kigali: Scientists searching for an HIV/Aids vaccine have discovered two powerful new antibodies to HIV which they say could aid development of a vaccine – as a WHO conference concludes in Kigali,... Read more »

Measles elimination is next target for Africa – WHO

Kigali: A major Africa region World Health Organisation conference ends Friday but with a very ambitious plan to also eliminate measles from the continent – which is still killing tens of thousands... Read more »

UN envoys: Rwanda leading in jointly tackling TB and HIV

Kigali: Two top UN envoys on Wednesday witnessed first-hand the delivery of integrated HIV and tuberculosis services during a visit to the Socio-Medical Centre in Biryogo – Kigali, and the impression was... Read more »

Africa to Study Anti-A(H1N1) Strategies

Kigali: The ongoing World Health Organisation conference in Kigali is to adopt health strategies to avoid propagation of the A(H1N1) flu, at a time when all Rwanda’s neighbours are affected, RNA reports.... Read more »

“Stop blaming poverty for poor health infrastructure”

Kigali: President Paul Kagame joined other global and continental leaders Monday to call for a “new conversation” on how to transform Africa’s poor health systems - away from blaming poverty and lack... Read more »