the New Times reports.

African leaders meet in Rwanda to go over capacity building A two-time summit of the African Capacity Building Base in the Rwandan capital, Kigali, concluded on Wednesday with African leaders calling for more powerful ‘efforts in building capability that goes beyond reaching the Millennium Development Goals target of 2015,’ the New Times reports. ‘The capacity we are discussing is organizational, institutional and human, to be able to deliver our people’s advancement,’ Rwandan President Paul Kagame, who co-chairs the U.N. MDG Advocacy group, stated during the meeting. Capability building goes ‘[b]eyond having economists, engineers, but having people who have a certain mindset, a certain attitude, a particular culture in order that these useful qualities take us beyond the individual,’ Kagame added, pointing to Rwanda’s own benefits in this area .Terms of the transaction were not disclosed. This acquisition builds on the existing global marketing and distribution alliance between 3M and Zargis Medical. The combination of electronic stethoscopes and telemedicine/diagnostic software enables new and innovative healthcare practices for auscultation, which refers to hearing internal sounds of the physical body with a stethoscope. Related StoriesGenetic carrier screening: an interview with Don Hardison, CEO of Great Start GeneticsRE.Function showcases potential technology and improvements in deep learning softwareSurgical startup seeks funding to build virtual truth schooling libraryIncluded in the deal will be the TELESTETH online auscultation software program, STETHASSIST software, and center sound analysis software program products developed by Zargis Medical.