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Internally displaced people in South Sudan are at great risk of disease outbreaks
Sali, 31.12.2013, 09:38pm
31 December 2013 -- The humanitarian situation in South Sudan has further deteriorated in the past two weeks. Poor water, hygiene and sanitation conditions in internally displaced persons camps, a looming risk of disease outbreaks.
World malaria report 2013 shows major progress in fight against malaria, calls for sustained financing
Carsamba, 11.12.2013, 02:00pm
11 December 2013 -- Global efforts to control and eliminate malaria have saved an estimated 3.3 million lives since 2000, reducing malaria mortality rates by 45% globally and by 49% in Africa, according to the "World malaria report 2013" published by WHO.
Mental health information at your fingertips– WHO launches the MiNDbank
Sali, 10.12.2013, 09:01am
10 December 2013 -- MiNDbank, a new WHO database goes online today, presenting a wealth of information about mental health, substance abuse, disability, human rights and the different policies, strategies, laws and service standards being implemented in different countries. It also contains key international documents and information.
Over 23 million children to be vaccinated in mass polio immunization campaign across Middle East
Pazartesi, 09.12.2013, 05:00pm
9 December 2013 -- The largest-ever immunization response in the Middle East is under way this week, aiming to vaccinate more than 23 million children against polio in Syria and neighbouring countries over the coming weeks.
UN humanitarian chiefs strongly condemn attacks on medical personnel and facilities by all parties to the Syria conflict
Cuma, 06.12.2013, 11:01am
6 December 2013 -- We and our humanitarian partners continue to call for a halt to the violence and for all those with influence over the parties to urge immediate compliance with international law. And we ask that all our partners increase our common efforts to draw attention to these inhumane acts and to protect innocent women, men and children.
Statement on the death of Nelson Mandela
Cuma, 06.12.2013, 09:01am
6 December 2013 -- With the death of Nelson Mandela the world has lost a great and visionary leader– a global hero for whom a democratic and free society was “an ideal, which I hope to live for and to achieve. But if needs be, it is an ideal for which I am prepared to die".
Rebuilding shattered health system an urgent priority in next phase of Typhoon Haiyan response
Cuma, 06.12.2013, 09:00am
6 December 2013 -- One month after Typhoon Haiyan hit the Philippines, WHO identifies as top priorities expanding essential health services, reviving clinics and hospitals, preventing disease and scaling up mental health services as the relief effort shifts from emergency to early recovery programmes.
WHO Statement on the Fourth Meeting of the IHR Emergency Committee concerning MERS-CoV
Carsamba, 04.12.2013, 05:36pm
4 December 2013 -- After the fourth meeting of the Emergency Committee convened by the Director-General under the International Health Regulations (2005), the Committee concluded that it saw no reason to change its previous advice. It was the unanimous decision of the Committee that the conditions for a Public Health Emergency of International Concern (PHEIC) have not at present been met.
Spinal cord injury: as many as 500 000 people suffer each year
Pazartesi, 02.12.2013, 09:01am
2 December 2013 -- As many as 500 000 people suffer a spinal cord injury each year. People with spinal cord injuries are 2 to 5 times more likely to die prematurely, with worse survival rates in low- and middle-income countries. The new WHO report, "International perspectives on spinal cord injury", summarizes the best available evidence on the causes, prevention, care and lived experience of people with spinal cord injury.
Breastfeeding is life-saving for babies in Philippines typhoon emergency
Persembe, 28.11.2013, 03:00pm
28 November 2013 -- UNICEF and WHO today called on those involved in the response to the Philippines’ Typhoon Haiyan (Yolanda) disaster to promote and protect breastfeeding to avoid unnecessary illness and deaths of children.
New world report shows more than 1 billion people with disabilities face substantial barriers in their daily lives
Persembe, 09.06.2011, 01:50am
09 June 2011 -- The first-everWorld report on disabilityprovides the first global estimates of persons with disabilities and an overview of the status of disability in the world. It shows that almost one-fifth of of persons living with disabilities, or between 110-190 million, encounter significant difficulties. The report stresses that few countries have adequate mechanisms in place to respond to the needs of people with disabilities.
WHO appoints Chinese singer and health activist as Goodwill Ambassador
Cuma, 03.06.2011, 11:00am
03 June, 2011 -- Acclaimed Chinese vocal artist, Ms Peng Liyuan, was appointed Goodwill Ambassador for Tuberculosis (TB) and HIV/AIDS today, by the WHO's Director-General Margaret Chan
HIV treatment reaching 6.6 million people, but majority still in need
Cuma, 03.06.2011, 10:56am
03 June 2011 -- New estimates reveal the largest ever annual increase in the number of people newly accessing HIV treatment. An estimated 6.6 million people were receiving antiretroviral therapy (ART) for HIV/AIDS at the end of 2010. This is an important milestone in the public health response to HIV.
World No Tobacco Day 2011 celebrates WHO Framework Convention On Tobacco Control
Pazartesi, 30.05.2011, 09:00am
30 May 2011 -- This year, the tobacco epidemic will kill nearly 6 million people, including some 600 000 nonsmokers who will die from exposure to tobacco smoke. By 2030, it could kill 8 million. On World No Tobacco Day (31 May), WHO celebrates the successes of the WHO Framework Convention on Tobacco Control in the fight against the epidemic of tobacco use.
Sixty-fourth World Health Assembly closes after passing multiple resolutions
Sali, 24.05.2011, 09:00am
24 May 2011 -- The Sixty-fourth World Health Assembly concluded on Tuesday afternoon. The Assembly spent eight days working through a broad agenda. In the end, 28 resolutions and three decisions were adopted to guide the upcoming work of WHO and to address priority global health issues.
Many countries hit by health threats from both infectious and chronic diseases
Cuma, 13.05.2011, 09:00am
13 May 2011 -- According to theWorld Health Statistics 2011, released today by the WHO, an increasing number of countries are facing a double burden of disease. The prevalence of risk factors for chronic diseases is increasing while many countries are still struggling to reduce deaths caused by infectious diseases.
World unites to halt death and injury on roads
Cuma, 06.05.2011, 09:00am
6 May 2011 -- Almost 1.3 million people die each year on the world's roads, making this the ninth leading cause of death globally. In addition, road crashes cause between 20 million and 50 million non-fatal injuries every year. As part of the Decade of Action for Road Safety 2011-2020, governments commit to take new steps to save lives on their roads.
WHO Director-General meets with advocates for people affected by radiation
Carsamba, 04.05.2011, 05:00pm
4 May 2011 -- WHO Director-General Dr Margaret Chan met with representatives of the group "Independent WHO" today to listen to their concerns and discuss common interests on radiation and health.
New WHO report: deaths from noncommunicable diseases on the rise, with developing world hit hardest
Carsamba, 27.04.2011, 09:00am
27 April 2011 -- Noncommunicable diseases cause billions of lost income every year and at the same time push millions of people into poverty.
Landmark agreement improves global preparedness for influenza pandemics
Pazar, 17.04.2011, 12:50pm
17 April 2011 -- After a week of negotiations continued through Friday night and into Saturday morning, an open-ended working-group meeting of Member States successfully agreed upon a framework to ensure that in a pandemic, influenza virus samples will be shared with partners who need the information to take steps to protect public health.
2.6 million babies stillborn in 2009
Persembe, 14.04.2011, 12:01am
14 April 2011 -- Some 2.6 million stillbirths occurred worldwide in 2009, according to the first comprehensive set of estimates published today in a special series ofThe Lancetmedical journal.
World Health Day 2011
Carsamba, 06.04.2011, 03:00pm
7 April 2011 -- Drug resistance costs vast amounts of money, and affects vast numbers of lives. The trends are clear and ominous. No action today means no cure tomorrow. At a time of multiple calamities in the world, we cannot allow the loss of essential medicines– essential cures for many millions of people – to become the next global crisis.
World Health Day 2011
Carsamba, 06.04.2011, 09:31am
6 April 2011 -- Drug resistance is becoming more severe and many infections are no longer easily cured, leading to prolonged and expensive treatment and greater risk of death, warns the WHO on World Health Day. Under the theme "Combat Drug Resistance", WHO calls for urgent and concerted action by governments, health professionals, industry and civil society and patients to slow down the spread of drug resistance, limit its impact today and preserve medical advances for future generations.
Saving money and lives in cardiovascular disease prevention
Pazartesi, 04.04.2011, 08:00am
4 April 2011 -- A study published today in theBulletin of the World Health Organizationcalls for treatment that could significantly reduce the number of people on medication while preventing a similar number of heart attacks and strokes.
Working together to support Japan and the global community
Carsamba, 23.03.2011, 03:00pm
23 March 2011 -- FAO, IAEA and WHO are mobilizing their knowledge and expertise in support of the Japanese government's ongoing efforts to address food safety issues stemming from the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear emergency.
Partners call for increased commitment to tackle MDR-TB
Carsamba, 23.03.2011, 09:50am
23 March 2011 - On World TB Day, world leaders are called upon to step up their commitment and contributions to meet the goal of diagnosing and treating one million people with multidrug-resistant tuberculosis between 2011 and 2015.
Top 30 medicines to save mothers and children
Pazartesi, 21.03.2011, 08:00am
21 March 2011 -- Over eight million children under five die every year from causes like pneumonia, diarrhoea and malaria. An estimated 1 000 women die every day due to complications during pregnancy and childbirth. Most of these deaths occur in developing countries and could be prevented if the right medicines are available and used correctly.
Celebrations and challenges on International Women's Day
Sali, 08.03.2011, 09:00am
8 March 2011 -- On the 100th anniversary of International Women's Day, WHO celebrates the many advances that have improved the health of women and girls, but points to major challenges ahead.
WHO endorses new rapid tuberculosis test
Carsamba, 08.12.2010, 10:50am
8 December 2010 -- WHO endorses a new and novel rapid test for tuberculosis (TB), especially relevant in countries most affected by the disease. The test could revolutionize TB care and control by providing an accurate diagnosis in about 100 minutes, compared to current tests that can take up to three months to have results.
WHO to define information standards for traditional medicine
Sali, 07.12.2010, 08:00am
7 December 2010 -- WHO will develop, for the first time, a classification of traditional medicine, paving the way for the objective evaluation of its benefits.
Revolutionary new meningitis vaccine set to wipe out deadly epidemics in Africa
Pazartesi, 06.12.2010, 10:50am
6 December 2010 -- The first vaccine designed specifically for Africa, MenAfriVac, is expected rid the entire region of the primary cause of epidemic meningitis. Priced at less than US$ 0.50 per dose, MenAfriVac is an affordable solution to one of the region’s biggest health problems.
New WHO guidelines: TB prevention for people with HIV
Carsamba, 01.12.2010, 09:00am
1 December 2010 -- Of the nearly two million AIDS-related deaths each year, a quarter of them are associated with tuberculosis (TB). However, people with HIV can be protected from the threat of TB with regular, low-cost preventive medication according to new guidelines launched today by the WHO.
Human rights– a central concern for the global HIV response
Sali, 30.11.2010, 11:00am
30 November, 2010 --The focus of World AIDS Day 2010 is on protecting the human rights of all people affected by HIV. "Health, HIV and human rights are inextricably linked. HIV responses need to ensure that human rights are protected and promoted," says Dr Margaret Chan, WHO Director-General.
WHO urges all countries to strengthen health financing so more people can use services
Pazartesi, 22.11.2010, 09:00am
22 November 2010 -- As populations age, as more people suffer chronic diseases, and as new and more expensive treatments appear, health costs soar. This year's World Health Report gives governments practical guidance on ways to finance health care. Taking evidence from all over the world, it shows how all countries, rich and poor, can adjust their health financing mechanisms.
World governments show unity against tobacco industry and agree to new tobacco-control measures
Cumartesi, 20.11.2010, 09:00am
20 November 2010 -- Parties to the World Health Organization Framework Convention on Tobacco Control (WHO FCTC) unanimously adopted a number of decisions this week strengthening tobacco-control efforts worldwide.
Caring for the carers
Cuma, 19.11.2010, 10:00am
19 November 2010 -- Health workers are at the front line in providing prevention treatment for people living with HIV and TB. They are at risk of occupational exposure to HIV and TB but often lack adequate access to protection and treatment themselves. New international guidelines are being launched today to address this situation.
WHO calls on malaria-endemic countries to strengthen monitoring of antimalarial drug efficacy
Persembe, 18.11.2010, 10:00am
18 November 2010 -- Countries should be increasingly vigilant in monitoring antimalarial drug efficacy in order to detect of artemisinin resistance early. Only 34% of malaria-endemic countries are complying with WHO recommendations to routinely monitor the efficacy antimalarial medicines. Monitoring is key because, in February 2009, confirmed resistance to artemisinin emerged on the Cambodia-Thailand border.
Hidden cities: new report shows how poverty and ill-health are linked in urban areas
Carsamba, 17.11.2010, 09:00am
17 November 2010 --Hidden cities: unmasking and overcoming health inequities in urban settingsreport will enable city leaders and urban planners to identify deprived populations and target measures to improve their health.
WHO global forum: mayors and national leaders to address urban health, develop action plan
Pazartesi, 15.11.2010, 09:00am
15 November 2010 -- "City leaders can have a dramatic and positive impact on the health of their societies," says WHO Director-General Dr Margaret Chan. "Providing safe public transport, investing in public utilities, and reducing air pollution by banning smoking in public can lead to a marked improvement in urban public health."
Africa seizes chance against polio
Sali, 26.10.2010, 09:00am
26 October 2010 -- This week, Africa has the unprecedented chance to drive out polio when 15 countries across the continent launch a synchronized mass immunization campaign to reach 72 million children. Some 290 000 vaccinators will go door-to-door to deliver two drops of oral polio vaccine (OPV) to every child under five in "highest risk" areas for polio transmission.
WHO: control of neglected tropical diseases is feasible
Persembe, 14.10.2010, 09:00am
14 October 2010 -- Breakthrough strategies confront a group of chronic infectious diseases that currently impair the lives of 1 billion people. The strategies, if implemented widely, can substantially reduce the disease burden, breaking a cycle of infection, disability.
New action plan lays the foundation for tuberculosis elimination
Carsamba, 13.10.2010, 09:00am
13 October 2010 -- The world could be eliminating TB if governments and donors fully invest in a plan released today. The plan for the first time, identifies all the gaps that need to be filled to bring rapid TB tests, faster treatment regimens and a fully effective vaccine to market.
Protecting hospitals and health centres before disasters saves lives
Carsamba, 13.10.2010, 09:00am
13 October 2010 -- To mark today's International Day for Disaster Reduction, WHO is calling for measures to ensure existing and new health facilities are resilient enough to survive earthquakes, floods, cyclones and other hazardous events.
WHO simplifies treatment of mental and neurological disorders
Persembe, 07.10.2010, 09:00am
7 October 2010 -- Millions of people with common, but untreated, mental, neurological and substance use disorders can now benefit from new simplified diagnosis and treatment guidelines released today by the WHO. The guidelines are designed to facilitate the management of depression, alcohol use disorders, epilepsy and other common mental disorders in the primary health-care setting.
Global forum to improve developing country access to medical devices
Persembe, 09.09.2010, 09:00am
9 September 2010 -- The benefits of medical devices - which range from high-cost, high-tech equipment such as linear accelerators to treat cancer to stethoscopes and wheelchairs, eyeglasses, pacemakers and prostheses - are unevenly and unfairly distributed globally. Health experts from over 100 countries are meeting to review new evidence and agree ways to improve developing country access to life-saving medical devices.
WHO urges countries to take measures to combat antimicrobial resistance
Cuma, 20.08.2010, 09:00am
20 August 2010 -- WHO suggests that countries should be prepared to implement hospital infection control measures to limit the spread of multi-drug resistant strains and to reinforce national policy on prudent use of antibiotics, reducing the generation of antibiotic resistant bacteria.
H1N1 in post-pandemic period
Sali, 10.08.2010, 03:00pm
10 August 2010 -- The new H1N1 virus has largely run its course and the world is no longer in phase 6 of influenza pandemic alert, but in the post-pandemic period.
WHO responds to health needs in Pakistan floods
Sali, 03.08.2010, 09:00am
3 August 2010 -- The worst floods on record in Pakistan are placing the health of hundreds of thousands of people at risk, with a high threat of water-borne disease outbreaks and immense damage to health facilities. WHO is coordinating the response of health partners and supporting Pakistani authorities by sending medicines and related health supplies capable of treating more than 200 000 people.
Breastfeeding key to saving children’s lives
Cuma, 30.07.2010, 09:00am
30 July 2010 -- Malnutrition is responsible for one-third of the 8.8 million deaths annually among children under five. Breastfeeding is a key to improve infant and young child nutrition. The "Ten Steps to Successful Breastfeeding" ensure right start for every infant and the necessary support for mothers to breastfeed.
WHO and the International Olympic Committee sign agreement to improve healthy lifestyles
Carsamba, 21.07.2010, 09:00am
21 July 2010 -- In addition to promoting healthy lifestyle choices the agreement aims to support physical activity, sports for all, Tobacco Free Olympic Games, and the prevention of childhood obesity.
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