cocoa motors. Begins Worldwide Sales of Car in Bag “WALKCAR” from August 11

TOKYO, Aug. 11, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — cocoa motors. Inc. of Tokyo, Japan started the worldwide sale of a vehicle users can carry with them in a bag, dubbed “WALKCAR,” on August 11 on the company’s official website. (Logo1: https://kyodonewsprwire.jp/img/202008042803-O1-M5sklPxu) (Logo2: https://kyodonewsprwire.jp/img/202008042803-O2-v33nEojo) (Photo: https://kyodonewsprwire.jp/release/202008042803?p=images) WALKCAR website: https://en.cocoamotors.com *Press kits can be downloaded from the brand website. […]

New IHME COVID-19 Forecasts for Sub Saharan Africa Find Mask-wearing and Other Prevention Measures Could Prevent Nearly 75,000 Deaths by December 1

Deaths Could Range from 85,688 to 180,273, Depending on Prevention Measures South Africa, Kenya, Malawi, Zambia, and Zimbabwe most at-risk of high numbers of deaths Dr. John Nkengasong, Director of the Africa CDC: ‘ Many thousands of deaths can be prevented’ SEATTLE, Aug. 11, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — In new COVID-19 projections for sub Saharan Africa, the Institute […]

La coalition lance une Initiative EPI à 100 millions de dollars destinée aux agents de santé communautaire en Afrique

  – Le Fonds d’Action Covid-19 pour l’Afrique (CAFA) achemine neuf cargos 747 de cargaisons de masques et autres EPI vers 11 pays, à l’occasion du premier cycle – La plus grande mobilisation d’EPI pour l’Afrique vise à protéger un million d’agents de santé communautaire de la Covid-19, dans 24 pays – La coalition cherche à récolter jusqu’à […]

About 17,200 Ghanaians die annually due to vitamin ‘A’ deficiency

Asuoyeboah (A/R) Research indicates that 72 per cent of children under five in Ghana suffer from vitamin’A’ deficiency and 17,200 people die annually from the disease.         This was disclosed by Dr Manfred B. Ewool, Senior Research Scientist and Maize Breeder at the Crops Research Institute (CRI) and Leader of the Research

Kwahu West Business Advisory Centre supports apprentices

Nkawkaw (E/R) The Business Advisory Centre (BAC) under the Kwahu West Municipal Assembly has provided apprenticeship training for groups and business associations across the municipality.         The beneficiaries were members of the National Association of Beauticians and Hairdressers and the Association of Small Scale Industries.   Speaking during the Assembly’s meeting held