Journal of Public Health International

ISSN: 2641-4538

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Volume No : 3 Issue No : 4

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Page Numbers  1-18


Development and Testing of Long-Lasting IRS Products While Revising the WHO Test Protocol

Skovmand Ole  1 Ongmayeb Gisele  2 Kounbobr Dabire Roch  3 Namountougou Moussa  3 Georges Meda Benson  3 Trang Trung  4 Dang Duoc  4 Nguyen Tuan  4
1 Intelligent Insect Control SARL, Montpellier, France 2 Capsulae, Nante, France 3 Centre Muraz, Bobo Dioulasso, Burkina Faso 4 Biolytrics Laboratory, Hanoi, Vietnam.

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Page Numbers  19-24


The Multi Sectorial Approach to COVID-19 Pandemic in Limited-Resource Settings: Discussing Rwandan Experience

Uwizeyimana Theogene  1 Ntacyabukura Blaise  2 Damascene Kabakambira Jean  3 Shonza Felicitee  1 Dushime Jackson  4 Humura Fabrice  5 Niyonkuru Samuel  4 Ngenzi Vivaldi  1 Tuyishime Simeon  1 Ahmed Mohammed Elhadi Yasir  6 Manirambona Emery  7 Adebayo Adebisi Yusuff  8 Rutayisire Erigene  1 Eliseo Lucero-Prisno Don  9
1 Mount Kenya University, School of Health Sciences, Department of Public Health, P.O. Box 5826, Kigali Campus, Rwanda 2 Global Public Health Department; Karolinska Institutet, Solna, Sweden 3 Department of internal medicine, University Teaching Hospital of Kigali, Kigali, Rwanda. 4 Global Health Focus Africa, Kigali, Rwanda 5 International Pharmaceutical Federation, Hague, Netherlands 6 Medical Research Office, Sudanese Medical Research Association, Khartoum, Sudan 7 College of medicine and health sciences, University of Rwanda, Kigali, Rwanda 8 Faculty of Pharmacy, University of Ibadan, Ibadan, Nigeria 9 Department of Global Health and Development, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, United Kingdom

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Page Numbers  25-32


Community Health Needs Assessment in Urban Communities in Kigali City In Rwanda: A Cluster-Randomized Trial

Placide MUTABAZI  1 Jean Pierre NIYITEGEKA  2 Fidele NIZEYIMANA  3
1 Save the Children International, Nkumba University, School of postgraduate and research, P.O. Box 237 Entebbe-Uganda 2 University of Rwanda, Rwanda 3 Ministry of Health Rwanda, Community Health. Nkumba University, School of postgraduate and research, P.O. Box 237 Entebbe-Uganda.

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Page Numbers  33-37


Impact of COVID-19 on Supply Chains in Zimbabwe

Munharo Steven  1  2 Aniekan Edet Akpan  3 Edikan Friday Akpan  4 Chrispen Maradze Takudzwa  5 Ahmadi Attaullah  6 Eliseo Lucero-Prisno III Don  7  8
1 University of Suffolk, Ipswich, UK 2 Montfort Hospital, Chikwawa Diocese, Nchalo, Chikwawa, Malawi. 3 National Institute for Pharmaceutical Research and Development (NIPRD), Abuja. 4 Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences, University of Port Harcourt, Nigeria 5 Department of Economics, Midlands State University, Harare, Zimbabwe 6 Medical Research Center, Kateb University, Kabul, Afghanistan 7 Department of Global Health and Development, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, London, United Kingdom 8 Faculty of Management and Development Studies, University of the Philippines (Open University), Los Banos, Laguna, Philippines.

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