Webinar: Experiences of using COVID-19 rapid testing kits in DRC, Nigeria, Senegal, and Uganda; 13th October

7 October, 2021

The adoption and use of rapid testing kits for COVID-19 testing in Africa has improved access to testing and turnaround time for results. However, challenges have also emerged including in the quality of the kits, procedures in ensuring testing quality, and integration of results into the national statistics among others. The community of practice of universities on disease preparedness and response in Africa under the COVID-19 assessment project implemented in DRC, Nigeria, Senegal, and Uganda and spearheaded by Makerere University School of Public Health invites you to a webinar that will share experiences of using rapid testing kits for COVID-19 in the four countries.

The webinar will be joined by policymakers, implementers, researchers, academics, and students across the globe.

Webinar date and time: 13th October 2021; 12:00 to 13:30 GMT // 15:00 to 16:30 EAT

Register to join the webinar using this link: https://bit.ly/pandemicscop

For details regarding the webinar, please email: pandemicscop@musph.ac.ug

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HIFA profile: Rawlance Dejjo is a Research Associate at the Makerere University School of Public Health in Uganda. Professional interests: Academia. rndejjo AT yahoo.com