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Sixty-third World Health Assembly closes after passing multiple resolutions
Cumartesi, 22.05.2010, 06:00am
21 May 2010 -- The delegates at the World Health Assembly adopted resolutions on a variety of global health issues.
Call for action to reduce the harmful use of alcohol
Cuma, 21.05.2010, 11:00am
21 May 2010 -- Consensus at the World Health Assembly leads to a breakthrough global strategy to reduce harmful alcohol use. The strategy is a result of collaboration between all of WHO 193 Member States and identifies actions that can be taken globally.
Statue commemorates smallpox eradication
Pazartesi, 17.05.2010, 09:00am
17 May 2010 -- A statue commemorating the 30th anniversary of the eradication of smallpox is unveiled at World Health Organization Headquarters in Geneva. The statue is a reminder of the significance of eradication and that global public health goals can be attained.
The UN tackles noncommunicable diseases
Cuma, 14.05.2010, 09:00am
14 May 2010 -- WHO welcomes the adoption of the United Nations General Assembly resolution on the prevention and control of noncommunicable diseases which kill nearly 35 million people each year.
Better care for newborns crucial for Millennium Development Goal on child deaths
Pazartesi, 10.05.2010, 11:00am
10 May 2010 -- Improving newborn care in the first month of life is essential for reducing child deaths in developing countries, according to a global update on the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) released today in theWorld Health Statistics 2010.
WHO highlights critical need for life-saving antivenoms
Sali, 04.05.2010, 09:00am
04 May, 2010 -- Snake bites kill over 100 000 people a year and countries face a shortage of appropriate antivenoms. To improve this situation WHO has published guidelines on the production, regulation and control of snake antivenoms and a website with details on where venomous snakes are located, what they look like, which antivenoms are appropriate, and where they can be obtained.
WHO Director-General returns from Democratic People's Republic of Korea country visit
Cuma, 30.04.2010, 11:00am
30 April 2010 -- Dr Margaret Chan, Director-General of WHO commented on the notable public health achievements and the challenges remaining during her visit to the Democratic People's Republic of Korea. She attended opening of the telemedicine facilities established with WHO support and highlighted the importance of information and communication technology in improving access and quality of health services especially in remote areas.
New children's medicine guide released by UNICEF and WHO
Persembe, 29.04.2010, 09:00am
29 April 2010 -- A new publication on theSources and prices of selected medicines for childrenhas been made available by UNICEF and WHO. It will help doctors and organizations obtain some of the 240 essential medicines that can save the lives of children.
WHO hails new Gates Foundation support for decade of vaccines
Cuma, 29.01.2010, 10:00am
29 January 2010 -- WHO welcomes the Bill&Melinda Gates Foundation pledge of US$ 10 billion over the next ten years to accelerate global vaccine efforts.
Statement of the World Health Organization on allegations of conflict of interest and 'fake' pandemic
Cuma, 22.01.2010, 10:00am
22 January 2010 -- Providing independent advice to Member States is a very important function of the World Health Organization (WHO). We take this work seriously and guard against the influence of any improper interests. The WHO influenza pandemic policies and response have not been improperly influenced by the pharmaceutical industry.
WHO Executive Board appoints Regional Directors
Sali, 19.01.2010, 12:00am
19 January 2010 -- The World Health Organization (WHO) Executive Board, currently holding its 126th session in Geneva, has appointed Mrs. Zsuzsanna Jakab as the new WHO Regional Director for Europe and re-appointed Dr Luis Gomes Sambo as the WHO Regional Director for Africa.
WHO spearheads health response to earthquake in Haiti
Carsamba, 13.01.2010, 12:01am
13 January 2010 -- The severe earthquake that has struck Haiti and the Dominican Republic has inflicted large-scale damage, including on hospitals and health facilities, and large numbers of casualties are feared. Immediate health priorities include search and rescue of survivors, treatment of injuries and preventing the infection of wounds.
Malaria progress shows development aid for health works
Sali, 15.12.2009, 12:01am
15 December 2009 -- Significant progress has been made in delivering life-saving malaria nets and treatments over the last few years, but the coverage of malaria programmes needs to be stepped up drastically in order to meet the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs), according to a report released today by WHO.
Afghanistan first in world to use new vaccine against polio
Sali, 15.12.2009, 12:01am
15 December -- Using a new vaccine for the first time, a sub-national polio immunization campaign will take place from 15-17 December in Afghanistan. About 2.8 million children under five in the Southern, South-Eastern and Eastern Regions of Afghanistan will receive the vaccine.
Only 5.4% of world's population covered by comprehensive smoke-free laws
Carsamba, 09.12.2009, 12:01am
9 December 2009 -- About 5.4% of the world's population was covered by comprehensive smoke-free laws in 2008, up from 3.1% in 2007, WHO stated today in its second report on the global tobacco epidemic. This means that 154 million more people are no longer exposed to the harms of tobacco smoke in work places, restaurants, bars and other indoor public places.
36 million people with TB cured
Sali, 08.12.2009, 12:01am
8 December 2009 -- Some 36 million people have been cured of tuberculosis (TB) over the past 15 years through a rigorous approach to treatment endorsed by WHO. New data, released today by WHO, also indicate that up to 8 million TB deaths have been averted.
Tragic Mogadishu attack a blow to the health system in Somalia
Cuma, 04.12.2009, 12:30pm
4 December 2009 -- The attack on Thursday in Mogadishu that claimed the life of Somalia's Minister of Health, Dr Qamr Aden Ali, and several other senior government and community figures was a tragic blow to the nation's medical fraternity and underscores the urgent need for stabilization and security in the country.
WHO launches new tobacco control effort in Africa
Cuma, 04.12.2009, 12:00am
4 December 2009 -- The World Health Organization (WHO) is increasing its attention to tobacco control in Africa with the overall goal of preventing tobacco use from becoming as prevalent there as it is in other parts of the world.
Global measles deaths drop by 78%, but resurgence likely
Persembe, 03.12.2009, 12:01am
3 December 2009 -- Vaccinating nearly 700 million children against measles, through large-scale immunization campaigns and increased routine immunization coverage, has prevented an estimated 4.3 million measles deaths in less than a decade. However, global immunization experts warn of a resurgence in measles deaths if vaccination efforts are not sustained.
New HIV recommendations to improve health, reduce infections and save lives
Pazartesi, 30.11.2009, 01:01am
30 November 2009 -- WHO now recommends earlier initiation of antiretroviral therapy for adults and adolescents, the delivery of more patient-friendly antiretroviral drugs (ARVs), and prolonged use of ARVs to reduce the risk of mother-to-child transmission of HIV. For the first time, WHO recommends that HIV-positive mothers or their infants take ARVs while breastfeeding to prevent HIV transmission.
New HIV infections reduced by 17% over the past eight years
Sali, 24.11.2009, 12:00am
24 November 2009 -- An eight-year trend shows new HIV infections down by 17% globally, says a new reportAIDS epidemic update. The report, released today by the Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS) and WHO, highlights that beyond the natural course of the epidemic, HIV prevention programmes are making a difference.
WHO welcomes announcement of major contribution to global road safety
Carsamba, 18.11.2009, 02:30pm
18 November 2009 -- Bloomberg Philanthropies announced a five-year contribution to WHO and other agencies to support road safety work. The focus will be on reducing drink-driving, increasing the use of seatbelts, child restraints and motorcycle helmets, limiting speed, and strengthening trauma care.
Pandemic vaccine donations for the developing world
Cuma, 18.09.2009, 09:30am
18 September 2009 -- WHO applauds and welcomes the announcement of donations of pandemic vaccine made today by the United States of America, in concert with Australia, Brazil, France, Italy, New Zealand, Norway, Switzerland, and the United Kingdom.
Road accidents, suicide and maternal conditions are leading causes of death in young people
Cuma, 11.09.2009, 01:01am
11 September 2009 -- Road traffic accidents, complications during pregnancy and child birth, suicide, violence, HIV/AIDS and tuberculosis (TB) are the major causes of death among young people (ages 10-24), according to a new global study supported by WHO.
World Humanitarian Day
Sali, 18.08.2009, 11:00am
18 August 2009 -- World Humanitarian Day is an occasion for paying tribute to the men and women who work to save the lives and protect the health of people affected by emergencies, whether caused by conflict or natural disasters. These are often life-threatening situations, and those who offer help put their own lives at risk.
Breastfeeding: a vital emergency response. Are you ready?
Cuma, 31.07.2009, 11:00am
31 July 2009 -- WHO is pleased to join the World Alliance for Breastfeeding Action in celebrating World Breastfeeding Week from 1 to 7 August 2009. This year's theme stresses the importance of breastfeeding as a life-saving intervention, especially during emergencies.
Elimination of river blindness feasible
Sali, 21.07.2009, 02:30am
21 July 2009 -- Elimination of river blindness is feasible with ivermectin treatment, according to new evidence published today. Over 37 million people, mainly in rural Africa, are infected with this disease, also known as onchocerciasis.
New network to combat noncommunicable diseases
Carsamba, 08.07.2009, 02:30pm
8 July 2009 -- WHO today launched a network of organizations and experts from around the world to scale up action to combat noncommunicable diseases. The new Global Noncommunicable Disease Network (NCDnet) will strengthen global partnerships and help governments plan and implement measures to reduce the burden of these diseases.
More than 30 new food safety standards adopted
Pazartesi, 06.07.2009, 04:30pm
6 July 2009 -- In a week-long meeting, the Codex Alimentarius Commission has adopted more than 30 new international standards, codes of practice and guidelines to improve worldwide food safety and protect the health of consumers.
New drug being tested in Africa for river blindness
Carsamba, 01.07.2009, 10:00am
1 July 2009 -- The clinical trial of a drug that could eliminate river blindness is being launched in three African countries. Also known as onchocerciasis, this disease is one of the leading infectious causes of blindness across Africa.
Working relationship between the Russian Federation and WHO strengthened
Cuma, 26.06.2009, 12:00am
26 June 2009 -- Dr Margaret Chan, Director-General of WHO, today met Mr Vladimir Putin, Prime Minister of the Russian Federation, during an official visit to the country. The visit has seen the strengthening of the working relationship between the Russian Federation and WHO.
Call to protect hospitals, schools from impact of disasters
Persembe, 18.06.2009, 10:00am
18 June 2009 -- WHO and UNICEF today called on governments to strengthen risk reduction measures so that health and education systems are able to cope with disasters.
WHO welcomes sanofi-aventis's donation of vaccine
Carsamba, 17.06.2009, 07:15pm
17 June 2009 -- WHO Director-General Dr Margaret Chan has welcomed the announcement by sanofi-aventis to donate 100 million doses of vaccine against the pandemic H1N1 2009 virus.
Pedestrians, cyclists among main road traffic crash victims
Pazartesi, 15.06.2009, 05:00pm
15 June 2009 -- The first global assessment of road safety finds that almost half of the estimated 1.27 million people who die in road traffic crashes every year are pedestrians, motorcyclists and cyclists. While progress has been made towards protecting people in cars, the needs of these vulnerable groups of road users are not being met.
Greater equity in health should be a progress indicator
Pazartesi, 15.06.2009, 04:00pm
15 June 2009 -- Greater equity in the health status of populations, within and between countries, should be regarded as a key measure of how we are making progress, said WHO Director-eneral Dr Margaret Chan today, speaking at the UN Headquarters in New York.
World now at the start of 2009 influenza pandemic
Persembe, 11.06.2009, 05:00pm
11 June 2009 -- On the basis of available evidence and expert assessments of the evidence, the scientific criteria for an influenza pandemic have been met. The Director-General of WHO has therefore decided to raise the level of influenza pandemic alert from phase 5 to phase 6.
UN, WHO heads meet vaccine manufacturers
Sali, 19.05.2009, 07:00pm
19 May 2009 -- WHO Director-General Dr Margaret Chan and United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon met with over 30 vaccine manufacturers from developing and developed countries at WHO headquarters today. Industry representatives affirmed their cooperation in making vaccine supplies available to developing countries, and said they stood ready to produce the vaccine when requested.
World Health Assembly opens amid concerns about flu pandemic
Pazartesi, 18.05.2009, 07:00pm
18 May 2009 -- The 62nd World Health Assembly opened today in Geneva, as officials from 193 member countries began their annual review of the activities of the WHO and set new priorities for the future.
Joint FAO/WHO/OIE Statement on influenza A(H1N1) and the safety of pork
Persembe, 07.05.2009, 02:00pm
7 May 2009 -- To avoid any misunderstanding FAO, WHO and OIE would like to reissue their joint statement, originally issued on 30 April. Influenza viruses are not known to be transmissible to people through eating processed pork or other food products derived from pigs.
Countries move toward more sustainable ways to roll back malaria
Carsamba, 06.05.2009, 03:00pm
06 May 2009 -- UNEP and WHO, in partnership with the Global Environment Facility, announce a rejuvenated international effort to combat malaria with an incremental reduction of reliance on the synthetic pesticide DDT.
Joint FAO/WHO/OIE/WTO Statement on influenza A(H1N1) and the safety of pork
Cumartesi, 02.05.2009, 07:00pm
02 May 2009 -- Joint statement stressing that pork and pork products, handled in accordance with good hygienic practices recommended by the WHO, FAO, Codex Alimentarius Commission and the OIE, will not be a source of infection with influenza A(H1N1).
Joint FAO/WHO/OIE Statement on influenza A(H1N1) and the safety of pork
Persembe, 30.04.2009, 07:00pm
30 April 2009 -- Influenza viruses are not known to be transmissible to people through eating processed pork or other food products derived from pigs.
Influenza A(H1N1)
Carsamba, 29.04.2009, 10:00pm
29 April 2009 -- Based on assessment of all available information and following several expert consultations, Dr Margaret Chan, WHO's Director-General raised the current level of influenza pandemic alert from phase 4 to 5.
Swine influenza
Pazartesi, 27.04.2009, 12:32pm
27 April 2009 -- The Emergency Committee, established in compliance with the International Health Regulations (2005), held its second meeting on 27 April 2009. On the advice of the Committee, the WHO Director-General has raised the level of influenza pandemic alert from the current phase 3 to phase 4.
Swine influenza
Cumartesi, 25.04.2009, 12:32pm
25 April 2009 -- The current situation constitutes a public health emergency of international concern. However, more information is needed before a decision could be made concerning the appropriateness of the current alert level.
UN agencies mark Chernobyl anniversary with launch of US$ 2.5 million project
Cuma, 24.04.2009, 03:00pm
24 April 2009 -- Four United Nations agencies marked today the 23rd anniversary of the Chernobyl nuclear accident by launching a $2.5 million programme designed to meet the priority information needs of affected communities in Belarus, the Russian Federation, and Ukraine.
Malaria diagnostic tests differ in performance
Cuma, 24.04.2009, 11:09am
24 April 2009 -- Some of the commercial rapid diagnostic tests for malaria perform exceptionally well in tropical temperatures. They can detect even low parasite densities in blood samples, while other tests can detect parasites only at high densities, according to a laboratory-based evaluation.
Malaria deaths decline by 66% in Zambia
Persembe, 23.04.2009, 12:00am
23 April 2009 -- Malaria deaths in Zambia have declined by 66%. The country has thus reached the 2010 Roll Back Malaria target of a more than 50% reduction in malaria mortality compared to 2000. On World Malaria Day, celebrated on 25 April, Zambia's efforts will be promoted as a model for other countries to follow.
World Health Day: focus on making hospitals safe in emergencies
Sali, 07.04.2009, 05:09am
7 April 2009 -- WHO is today celebrating World Health Day by focusing attention on the large numbers of lives that can be saved during earthquakes, floods, conflicts and other emergencies through better design and construction of health facilities and by preparing and training health staff.
WHO appoints Jet Li as Goodwill Ambassador
Cuma, 03.04.2009, 04:09pm
3 April 2009 -- WHO Director-General Dr Margaret Chan has appointed international film star Jet Li as WHO Goodwill Ambassador.
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