THE flight to Paris of President Ismaïl Omar Guelleh (IOG) for medical reasons on 27 May has fuelled conversation in Djibouti and set the rumour-mongers going.
The social networks became rife with wild speculation. Some even went so far as to claim he was in agony and had had to have a leg amputated. Continue reading Rumours about the Djibouti President’s Health
The opening of Medical Schools is indeed a turning point in Eritrea’s Healthcare Services
By Kesete Ghebrehiwet,
The opening of medical schools is indeed a turning point in Eritrea’s healthcare services. This development has also opened a chain of developments in the health sector. Thus, the achievements registered in graduating general healthcare practitioners is further reinforced through the opening of post graduate medical education programs that focus in specialization. Continue reading Post Graduate Medical School Addressing Eritrea’s Healthcare Needs – (Interview)