World MPs Meeting Focuses on Maternal Health
Parliamentarians from around the world are set to meet in Uganda for the 126th Inter-Parliamentary Union Assembly. Some of the issues to be discussed are good governance and maternal health.
Health experts are concerned at the stubbornly high numbers of women dying in pregnancy and childbirth or as a result. They said that there is need to change strategy to tackle the issue from all fronts including Parliament and at societal level.
Africa: World MPs Meet Opens in Kampala
New Vision, 30 March 2012
The world parliamentarians ' meeting in Kampala will be dominated by maternal health issues, as African women and health experts push for more commitment to reduce the high ... read more »
Uganda: IPU President Jets in
New Vision, 27 March 2012
The Inter-Parliamentary Union (IPU) assembly president Abdelwahed Radi arrived in Uganda on Tuesday for the 126th Parliamentary Assembly. read more »
The Independent, 27 March 2012
On 27 March, policymakers and advocates from sub-Saharan Africa gathered in Kampala, Uganda, at a regional consultation convened by Partners in Population and Development and ... read more »
The Observer, 21 March 2012
With the prize of hosting the 126th Inter-Parliamentary Union (IPU) and Related Meetings safely secured, Uganda embarked on ensuring that one of its most bothering domestic health ... read more »
The Observer, 1 March 2012
In just about a month, over one thousand international delegates, largely parliamentarians, will converge on Kampala for the 126th Inter-Parliamentary Union (IPU) Assembly and ... read more »