20 November 2012

Angola: Sierra Leone Health Official in Luanda

Photo: Daily Nation
File Photo: Mothers queue at a health centre for child immunisation.

Luanda — A delegation of Sierra Leone's Health Ministry led by its director general, Kisito Daoh, arrived Tuesday in Luanda to attend the 62nd session of the World Health Organisation for AFRICA (WHO/Afro) running from Monday in the Angolan capital.

Kisit Daoh, who is representing his country's Health Ministry, is joining other African delegates who are discussing Tuesday eight topics that include a review and signing of the Brazzaville declaration on non-communicable diseases.

Opened by Angolan vice president, Manuel Vicente, the WHO session works will go until Friday ( November 23), under the motto "Leadership for Better Health."

The meeting is being chaired by WHO Afirca director, Luís Sambo, and gathers representatives from 46 countries.

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