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Odokonyero Kennedy
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Check out this concept to better access to maternal health services. Do leave us with your comments. 

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IF YOU HAVEN’T BEEN TO CHINA, THESE ARE THE FIVE THINGS YOU DON’T KNOW ABOUT CHINESE
If you create a sort of identity among your friends,
it becomes hard to keep away from it. Your friends will always be expecting you
to follow through with the routine. It hasn’t been any different since I came
back from my recent trip to China. My friends ...

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It's humbling and fulfilling to know that the little things we do can actually inspire someone.

I only blog once in a while. Today, a friend wrote how I have inspired him to start blogging. Read his story:

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HOW I WAS ABLE TO ATTEND THE 62ND IPSF WORLD CONGRESS IN ZIMBABWE
At
the beginning of this year I told some of my friends that Zimbabwe was on the
bucket list for the year. June, 2015 was when I first learned about the 62 nd International Pharmaceutical Students Federation (IPSF) World Congress (WC)
that was held from 29 ...

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‪#‎IPSFaware‬ ‪#‎MedSafety‬
What do you do with your expired or unused medicines? Do you just dispose them in your rubbish pit together with other waste? Are you aware that improperly disposed medicines can adversely affect the environment around you? Do you know the good practices in place that can help you to properly dispose medicines?
Find the answers to those questions and more in my new article.

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How would you increase opportunities for young people? How would you create a brighter future for youth in your home country?
Those are the questions the World Bank recently asked the youth in Kenya, Rwanda and Uganda.
In this article, I attempt to respond to those questions by linking economic potential of young people to proving them with access to health information through social networking sites such as Facebook.
In a special way, I would to acknowledge and thank +Cinderella Anena for her contribution towards writing of this article.


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HOW MAKERERE RUINED MY HANDWRITING
Early
school life My parents, former
teachers and classmates have known me as a man of many good attributes. Most
will probably tell you about my discipline, punctuality and most importantly my
neat handwriting. I always was the student with the neatest han...

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Interested in learning about Pharmacy in Uganda? Take a look at my article in IPSF Newsletter by following this link, https://issuu.com/ipsf.org/docs/nl_106.

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