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Global forum addresses solutions to prevent premature deaths / 24.2.2010
24 FEBRUARY 2010 | GENEVA -- The first Global Forum of the Noncommunicable Disease Network (NCDnet) marks the first time WHO has convened key stakeholder groups to address the large-scale and increasing global health and development burden posed by noncommunicable diseases (NCDs). More than 100 peop... Далее
WHO spearheads health response to earthquake in Haiti / 13.1.2010
13 JANUARY 2010 | GENEVA -- The severe earthquake that struck Haiti and the Dominican Republic has inflicted large-scale damage, including on hospitals and health facilities, and large numbers of casualties are feared. Immediate health priorities include: search and rescue of survivors trapped u... Далее
New HIV infections reduced by 17% / 24.11.2009
24 NOVEMBER 2009 | GENEVA | SHANGHAI -- According to new data in the 2009 AIDS epidemic update, new HIV infections have been reduced by 17% over the past eight years. Since 2001, when the United Nations Declaration of Commitment on HIV/AIDS was signed, the number of new infections in sub-Saharan Afr... Далее
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11/09/2006 Horn of Africa countries jointly bolster drive to eradicate polio

Millions of children along the borders of Ethiopia, Kenya and Somalia will be vaccinated in the largest ever cross-border immunization in the region

n/a World Suicide Prevention Day

10 September 2006

n/a Palestinian Health Ministry in financial crisis, WHO warns

1 SEPTEMBER 2006 | GENEVA/STOCKHOLM -- The Palestinian Health Ministry is facing a growing financial crisis as well as a humanitarian crisis, the World Health Organization (WHO) warned ahead of the Stockholm donor conference on the humanitarian situation in the West Bank and Gaza Strip. The health component of the revised UN humanitarian appeal for the territory is critically underfunded despite growing humanitarian needs, especially in Gaza.

n/a WHO Goodwill Ambassador highlights devastating impact of obstetric fistula on women and girls



28/08/2006 Medicines, money and motivated health workers are key to universal access to HIV/AIDS prevention, treatment care and support




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