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New WHO Research Reveals Rise In Caesarean Section Use

GENEVA: The World Health Organization (WHO) has raised alarm over the rise in caesarean section use for pregnant women stating that by 2030, 29 per...

WHO Validates Sinovac COVID-19 Vaccine

NIGERIA: More countries would be able to access more vaccines as the World Health Organization (WHO) has validated the Sinovac-CoronaVac COVID-19 vaccine for emergency...

24 Million Africans Have Received First Dose Of COVID-19 Vaccines – WHO

NIGERIA: The World Health Organization (WHO) Regional Director for Africa, Dr Matshidiso Moeti has said that 24 million Africans have received at least one...

UN To Launch Report On Strategies For Preventing And Managing Falls

NIGERIA: The United Nations on Tuesday will launch the Step safely: strategies for preventing and managing falls across the life-course. The Director, Social Determinants of Health...

Guinea-Bissau Recieve 28,800 COVID-19 Vaccine Doses

Guinea-Bissau: Guinea-Bissau has received the first delivery of 28,800 COVID-19 vaccine doses through the COVAX Facility. The country had initially received 787,200 syringes and 7,875 biosafety...

World Health Day 2021

INDIA: On the occasion of World Health Day 2021 with a theme ‘Building a fairer, healthier world,’ PM Shri Narendra Modi said, "The Government...

Gambia Upholds Skin Bleaching Ban

GAMBIA. Banjul: Gambian Lawmakers have to uphold a ban on skin-lightening products after a debate in parliament on March 22. Skin-lightening or bleaching agents, especially...

Africa Urged To Invest In Home Grown Innovations Against Shocks

EGYPT. Cairo: The World Health Organization, The African Development Bank and the African Centre for Disease Control and Prevention on the 1st of March...

Latter-Day Saints Charity Gives $20 Million To UNICEF’s COVID-19 Fight

UNITED STATES. New York: The Latter-day Saints Charity has donated $20 million to UNICEF for enhancing the Access to COVID-19 Tools (ACT) facility at...

Africa COVID-19 Deaths Rise By 40 Percent In A Month, WHO

CONGO.Brazzaville: The World Health Organization (WHO), said last weekend that COVID-19 deaths in Africa rose by 40 percent for the past month, when they...

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