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The World Health Organisation's Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said: "There is hope".
Forget children or teens, people in their 20s, 30s and 40s are 'increasingly driving the spread', says WHO.
The world has made tremendous progress in bridging the gap between water supply and demand.
SA is one of nine countries on high alert due to its trade and travel links with the country.
That same year, 210 758 new cases of leprosy were reported from 106 countries. This means nine out of every hundred people newly diagnosed are children under 16 years old. Experts have identified 22 priority countries worldwide where 96% of all new leprosy patients are reported; the majority (81%) of these are in India, Indonesia and Brazil.
A lack of belief in the legitimacy of the WHO is a big problem for the success of the Health Emergencies Programme and the future of the institution. Unless member states such as the UK believe that the WHO has the legitimacy and ability to act in response to health emergencies, funding for ambitious life-saving programmes will not be forthcoming and the WHO will remain an institution of must-dos without action.
On Monday, (26th October) the UN's public health arm - World Health Organisation (WHO), classified processed meats, such
This piece is by Dr. Freeman Osonuga. Freeman is a One Young World Ambassador from Nigeria. He is the Founder and Executive
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