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WHO says Zika risk low in Pacific ahead of...

The British royals, currently in Australia, arranged their trip before Meghan's pregnancy was known, sparking fears she and her unborn baby could be vulnerable...

Zimbabwe cholera deaths at 24, drugs resistant:...

"A cumulative of 24 deaths were reported from the onset of outbreak," the report said, with 23 deaths in Harare and one death in the southeast district...

Millions risk malnutrition as CO2 levels...

Protein, along with the minerals iron and zinc, are essential nutrients for normal human growth and development.

Ministry of Health needs over sh3b for Ebola...

The sh3b will be used for epidemiology surveillance in the high risk districts, social mobilisation and education of the community on Ebola

Mosquitoes breeding Africa's next generation...

Africa needs to maintain and strengthen its network of strong scientific leaders in malaria for the disease to be eradicated.

Eliminate drug abuse among HIV/TB patients...

Currently, the World Health Organisation report indicates that the incidence of HIV+TB only in Uganda stands at 131 people per 100,000 people. In case...

WHO to support African countries to achieve...

Every year, more than 30 million children under-five fall sick due to vaccine-preventable diseases, and of these, over half a million die

Ethiopia's Tedros elected new WHO chief

He said delivering universal healthcare, especially to the world's most impoverished, would be his top priority

Increase funding for mental health - WHO...

In his message ahead of the World Health Day commemorated every April 7, Dr. Matshidiso Moeti the WHO regional director for Africa

Do not isolate TB patients - governments...

This is among the new tuberculosis (TB) ethics guidance launched by the World Health Organisation (WHO) aimed at helping to ensure that countries implementing...

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