Nairobi, JanuaryKing, R. Collaborators should more freely share their late-model vehicles and computers. The ificance of indigenous knowledge in social work responses to collective recovery: A Rwandan case study. Critical and Radical Social Work, 4, 2, Biberfeld says the prohibition on Swedish researchers working full-time in Tanzania winnipe down research and discourages Swedish investigators from participating.
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The outside collaborators' willingness to listen to the complaints and concerns of their Kenyan partners helps explain the collaboration's survival, too. The world-renowned microbiologist was most widely recognised for his ground-breaking work on understanding HIV transmission.
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Recently, the group has started research projects in new communities, launched a project to develop Kenya's first AIDS vaccine, and drawn up plans to construct a new wing at the university. Toronto, May June 01, King, R. Evaluation of a community-based mental health model in post-genocide Rwanda.
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The CDC researchers and their Ivoirian collaborators were soon publishing their findings in high-profile journals, including Science. Life Wounds Healing Association. Unpublished King, U. Frank Plummer. Affican clinic to this day provides free care and treatment to Pumwani prostitutes. Navigating the borderlands of transnational research.
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Healing the wounds of genocide rape: The experiences of two women in Rwanda. Annual Review Meeting pprostitution Indeed, they for most of the research on the continent see p. They described the extent of the epidemic in Kenya and linked high risk of HIV transmission to genital ulcer disease, contact with prostitutes, and lack of male circumcision. The collaboration also built and equipped a lab on the Nairobi campus that has state-of-the-art machinery for doing HIV virology and immunology.
Renowned Canadian scientist Frank Plummer dies in Kenya, where he led HIV breakthroughs
HIV drugs give couples 'ray of hope' Dr Plummer said the surgery had given him a new lease on life after a series of health problems had forced him to confront his ln with alcohol addiction. Foreign scientists also on occasion have had to confront their African colleagues about using lab resources to conduct personal business. Inthey pooled data on mother-to-child transmission of HIV during the postnatal period, and last year, they published back-to-back complementary papers in The Lancet demonstrating that wnnipeg, a relatively cheap sulfa drug, can decrease disease and prolong the lives of HIV-infected people.