Corine Karema



Daniel Ngamije

2015-10-16 00:12

Dr Corine Karema, the Head of Malaria program in Rwanda, she is hard worker, committed, and she has achieved a lot to controlling malaria in Rwanda by collaborating with the EAC partner states. She deserves to be a malaria hero and champion in Africa. Good luck and we are behind you

Michel Gasana

2015-10-15 23:49

Dr Corine is hard worker, very committed , she has achieved a lot to control malaria in Rwanda and in the region. She deserves to be a malaria hero in Africa. Good luck

Grace Uwase

2015-10-15 22:48

Dr Corine should be and must a hero and champion for Africa and Globally Congs


2015-10-15 22:38

''To educate a woman is to educate a nation'' Dr Corine Karema I salute your efforts,your research and your efficient solutions to free Africa from malaria which has killed millions.Keep it up and make Africa proud .Bibiche MATONDO

Amani Sebaziga

2015-10-15 22:37

You deserve to be a hero in Rwanda and East Africa Community . We are behind you, keep up

Arsene Byicaza

2015-10-15 22:29

You deserve to be a hero in Rwanda and Africa. We are behind you


2015-10-15 22:26

she contribute to reduce malaria in our country. More success!!!!


2015-10-15 22:21

Dr. Corine has demonstrated an unprecedented bravery in fighting against Malaria. She is etremely committed. She even takes tasks home to achieve her goals. She unboubtedly deserves this award.

Basilien Twagirumukiza

2015-10-15 22:17

She did a lot for Rwanda and EAC in controlling Malaria Good luck

Jean Pierre Nkuranga

2015-10-15 21:35

Dr Corine is very famous all over the country, she is very professional and innovative in the fight against Malaria, she served the country for many years, she deserves a high recognition.

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