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Successful Networking and Insightful Reflections Highlight CRSU Final Meeting of 2023

The final quarterly meeting of 2023 for the Clinical Research Support Unit (CRSU) marked a notable success, emphasizing efficiency, fostering valuable networking opportunities, and providing enlightening insights for partners with the Malawi Liverpool Wellcome Programme. Held on 15 December 2023, the event saw active participation from staff across Blantyre and Chikwawa, showcasing a collective commitment …

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Umoyo N’kukambirana Radio Programme Dedicated to Neglected Tropical Diseases Discussions in January 2024

Designed to promote the understanding of health science and related topics, the Umoyo N’kukambirana Radio Programme spared the month of January 2024 to discuss Neglected Tropical Diseases (NTDs) in Malawi. Aligned to cast rays of knowledge on Schistosomiasis, Soil-transmitted helminths, Scabies, leprosy, Animal bites and Taeniasis, the programme has been highly decorated by the audience …

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Umoyo N’kukambirana Radio Programme Dedicated to Neglected Tropical Diseases Discussions in January 2024

Designed to promote the understanding of health science and related topics, the Umoyo N’kukambirana Radio Programme spared the month of January 2024 to discuss Neglected Tropical Diseases (NTDs) in Malawi. Aligned to cast rays of knowledge on Schistosomiasis, Soil-transmitted helminths, Scabies, leprosy, Animal bites and Taeniasis, the programme has been highly decorated by the audience …

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Rebuilding Health Care Facilities After the Bitter Fruits of Tropical Cyclone Freddy

The February and March 2023 Tropical Cyclone Freddy left an intimate trail of disaster for many people in the Southern and Central parts of Malawi including 1434 deaths, destruction of infrastructure, and people’s sources of income, and cumulative damage cost of $655 million. An element that was overlooked due to the magnitude and overwhelming destruction …

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Malawi Liverpool Wellcome Programme Launches the One for All, All for One! Comic Book

Press Release 27 April 2023 The Malawi Liverpool Wellcome Programme in collaboration with the Kamuzu University of Health Sciences (KUHeS), Vocal (Manchester National Health Service (NHS) Trust), and University College London (UCL) Department of Infection & Immunity have announced the launch of the ‘One for All, All for One!’ comic book which creatively engages the …

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Professor Henry Mwandumba Appointed Director of the Malawi Liverpool Wellcome Programme

Professor Henry Mwandumba has been appointed as THE Director of the Malawi Liverpool Wellcome Programme (MLW). MLW is a longstanding partnership between The Kamuzu University of Health Sciences (KUHES), the Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine (LSTM), and the University of Liverpool (UoL). The partnership is funded by the Wellcome Trust. Director of LSTM Professor David …

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