Kenya’s president delivered his fourth state of the nation address in Nairobi. We fact-checked his claims.
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Diabetes is as yet incurable.
Aid agencies plan to help hundreds of thousands of under 5 children in region
Cancer risk due to weedkiller glyphosate deemed low but testing is irregular
CBA has 49 items, 3 touch directly on pay
Ratios stated for SA, Nigeria incorrect but Senegal is still better off
Trump’s order includes all global health aid ($10 billion) vs family planning ($600 million)
South Africa ranks the highest
Data too sparse to prove or disprove figure
Nigeria’s health minister has claimed that at least eight in every 10 people in the country of an estimated 193 million lack access to oral health care services. What data is available shows a dire situation but is unfortunately too sparse to prove or disprove the figure.