South Africa and U.S. Research Scientists Awarded 31 Grants Totaling $8 Million

  AIDS, Tuberculosis, and the Ebola viruses have been threatening the lives of South Africans for years. The National Institutes of Health and other health organizations have partnered to reduce the outbreak of these diseases. These organizations are awarding South African and U.S. scientists 31 grants, totaling more than $8 million dollars, during the first…

Ghana Implements the First Emergency Medical Training Program

  Ghana is making medical history, thanks to an effective medical training program collaboration  between the United States Government, the University of Michigan and Kwame Nkrumah University, the division of science and technology, as well as Ghana’s own College of Physicians and Surgeons. All this under the supervision of the (MEPI) Medical Education Partnership Initiative.  …