Africa: 2 Months After Idai - Women Making a Big Difference
In the aftermath of Cyclone Idai which devastated large areas of Mozambique, a group of 15 dedicated women - mostly widows - have been credited with ensuring that sthere have been… Read more »
Mauritius: Promoting Cycling for Health, Environment Protection and Road Safety
All were set for the members of the public present at Roche Bois Youth Centre to start the road cycling activity 'Pédaler en toute securité, organized by the Ministry… Read more »
Mozambique: Breastfeeding Is Critical for Child Survival Following Cyclones in Mozambique
Breastmilk is the best source of food for all babies wherever they live but, in emergency settings where there is a high risk of diarrhoea, pneumonia and malnutrition,… Read more »
Mozambique: World Health Organization Eswatini Country Office Staff Donates Towards Cyclone Idai Victims
The World Health Organization Eswatini Country Office Staff Association donated items including water purifiers and clothes to the people of Mozambique affected by tropical Cyclone… Read more »
Nigeria: WHO Hands Over Incinerator for Injection Waste Disposal to Bauchi State
Bauchi, 20 December 2018 - The World Health Organization (WHO) has been commended for the donation, installation and hand over of an incinerator - INCiNER-8- to the Bauchi State… Read more »
Africa: Scaling Up Investments in Health and Environment Initiatives in Africa
Health and environment authorities as well as experts from the World Health Organisation (WHO) and the UN Environment discussed today (7 November) a new framework to boost… Read more »
Africa: Tackling Health, Growth and Inclusivity in Africa's Booming Cities
Representatives from African cities met on 8 November to boost actions to tackle environment issues affecting human health, such as air pollution, water quality and sanitation, and… Read more »
Congo-Brazzaville: Climate Change Increases Risk of Outbreaks in Africa
Gabriel Mabikina has lived most of his 80 years of life in the bustling port city of Pointe-Noire in the Republic of Congo. Read more »
Nigeria: Who Works With Government Agencies to Respond to Floods Across Nigeria
World Health Organization (WHO) is closely working with the Federal Ministry of Health, Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) and the National Emergency Management Agency… Read more »
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