ALMA receives ExxonMobil $250.

We are thrilled and grateful to end up being awarded a grant from the ExxonMobil Base, a long-period ally in Africa’s attempts to battle malaria, stated ALMA Executive Secretary Johannah-Joy Phumaphi. We’ve recently seen great success in the fight malaria and we must all remain steadfast in our efforts. ALMA, chaired by Tanzanian President Jakaya Kikwete and lately elected Deputy Chair, Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, President of Liberia, was launched in ’09 2009 as a collaborative effort for African leaders to interact with the African Union, United Nations and other local and international partners to fight malaria in Africa. The alliance seeks to check attempts that address the difficulties of malaria and aims to raise malaria awareness at the global, national and local levels. ExxonMobil’s grant will support ALMA’s advocacy and communications efforts, and also technical assist with governments.While AAAHC accreditation is normally a rigorous and challenging procedure, we believe it will help our affiliated dental groups continue to recruit high quality professionals and enhance relationships with patients and local oral communities, Dr. Ruff added. The AAAHC was shaped in 1979 to assist ambulatory healthcare organizations enhance the quality of treatment provided to patients. Accreditation is normally a voluntary process through which ambulatory health care organizations are able to gauge the quality of their services and efficiency against nationally recognized standards.