Kenya has made another major stride in its fight against Malaria. This is after President Uhuru Kenyatta today announced that the country has today managed to manufacture the first locally made Malaria vaccine per the World Health Organization protocols and procedures of medicine manufacturing.
Courtesy Of Statehouse Facebook Page
This breakthrough now placing Kenya on the international map of countries that have successfully managed to manufacture medicines that will be also exported to other nations across the world to combat the spread of the deadly disease that has claimed many lives in the continent.
Kenya now making major strides in efforts to eradicate malaria in its territory after President Kenyatta today also overseeing the first drone improvised technique of spraying which will see many counties benefit from this new technology. Uhuru has of late been instrumental in overseeing that development is achieved in the country.
Below are some pictures from the launch:
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