Ugandan HIV-Positive Volunteer Goes Distance to Deliver ARVs

KAMPALA, UGANDA – Amid a three-week suspension of public and private transport in Uganda due to the coronavirus, some HIV-positive Ugandans have struggled to get hold of needed antiretroviral medications. Noticing a higher risk for HIV patients with compromised immune systems, health worker Simon Bukenya jumped on his bicycle and began making home deliveries, even […]

WHO Director General Cautions Pandemic Is Far From Over

Noting that several European nations are preparing to ease coronavirus-related restrictions, the head of the World Health Organization (WHO) Monday urged countries to continue to find, isolate, test and treat all cases.” Speaking at his regular briefing in Geneva, WHO Director General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said declining numbers of new virus cases was certainly a […]

New Talks on Sudan Civilian Rule Expected Monday

KHARTOUM Sudan’s army rulers and protesters are to hold fresh talks over handing power to a civilian administration on Monday, spokesmen for the generals and the protest movement said.On Saturday, the Alliance for Freedom and Change – an umbrella for t…

Police Statement on Use of Propaganda Videos

Last week, selected political and social media actors, posted old videos of police misconduct that included that of a female activist who was being arrested in an unprofessional manner, in 2015, by female police officers. The victim went on to undres…