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Global, national efforts must be urgently intensified to control Zimbabwe cholera outbreak
Cuma, 30.01.2009, 10:00am
30 January 2009 -- Zimbabwe's cholera outbreak, one of the world's largest ever recorded, is far from being brought under control. An enhanced response is needed to urgently reverse an epidemic that has so far infected more than 60,000 people and killed more than 3,100 since August 2008.
WHO receives funds for children's medicines research with UNICEF
Carsamba, 21.01.2009, 11:00am
21 January 2009 -- WHO has received US$ 9.7 million in grant from the Bill&Melinda Gates Foundation to work with UNICEF to conduct crucial research in children’s medicines. The grant will be used to increase the number of medicines designed and formulated specifically for children.
WHO Executive Board appoints regional directors
Carsamba, 21.01.2009, 12:00am
21 January 2009 -- The WHO Executive Board, currently holding its 124th session in Geneva, has appointed Dr Shin Young-soo as Regional Director for the Western Pacific Region, and reappointed Dr Samlee Plianbangchang for a second term as Regional Director for the South-East Asia Region.
WHO deplores the shelling of hospitals in Gaza
Persembe, 15.01.2009, 06:15pm
15 January 2009 -- WHO deplores the attack on Al Wafa and Al Fata Hospitals, and the Al Quds which is run by the Palestinian Red Crescent Society. WHO expresses deep concern about the serious implications on patients, medical staff, health infrastructure and the provision of critical health services.
Checklist helps reduce surgical complications, deaths
Carsamba, 14.01.2009, 10:00pm
14 January 2009 -- In trials conducted in eight countries in WHO's six regions, the use of a simple surgical checklist developed by WHO has reduced the incidence of surgery-related deaths and complications by one third.
Health services close to collapse in Gaza
Carsamba, 07.01.2009, 07:15pm
7 January 2009 -- The health services in Gaza, already depleted and fragile, are on the point of collapse if steps to support and protect them are not taken immediately. WHO has called for immediate improvement in the situation to make humanitarian health services accessible by the local people.
WHO warns of rise in deaths, human suffering in Gaza
Pazartesi, 29.12.2008, 07:15pm
29 December 2008 -- WHO calls for an immediate end to hostilities in the Gaza strip and urges Israel to ensure immediate provision of fuel and critical life-saving/trauma care supplies.
Health system problems aggravate cholera outbreak in Zimbabwe
Carsamba, 10.12.2008, 06:00pm
10 December 2008 -- A widespread cholera outbreak, an under-resourced and under-staffed health system, and inadequate access to safe drinking water and hygiene are threatening the wellbeing of thousands of Zimbabweans.
Preventable injuries kill 2000 children every day
Carsamba, 10.12.2008, 04:50am
10 December 2008 -- More than 2000 children die every day as a result of unintentional or accidental injuries, according to a new report by WHO and UNICEF.
Experts set tolerable level for melamine intake
Cuma, 05.12.2008, 06:00pm
5 December 2008 -- International experts have set a tolerable level for daily intake of melamine, the chemical found recently in contaminated milk products.
Global measles deaths drop by 74%
Persembe, 04.12.2008, 04:00pm
4 December 2008 -- Measles deaths worldwide fell by 74% between 2000 and 2007. The Eastern Mediterranean region has achieved the UN goal to reduce measles deaths by 90% by 2010, three years early.
Essential medicines out of reach for most people
Pazartesi, 01.12.2008, 07:00pm
1 December 2008 -- An alarming lack of availability of essential medicines in the public sector drives patients to pay higher prices in the private sector or go without, according to a WHO study reported in today’s online edition ofThe Lancet.
WHO welcomes the new Executive Director of UNAIDS
Pazartesi, 01.12.2008, 12:00pm
1 December 2008 -- On behalf of WHO, Director-General Dr Margaret Chan has offered warmest congratulations to Michel Sidibé on his appointment as Executive Director of UNAIDS, and expressed WHO's firm commitment and full support to him in his new position.
Message for World AIDS Day
Pazartesi, 01.12.2008, 12:00am
1 December 2008 -- The 20th anniversary of World AIDS Day this year also marks a major milestone in the long struggle against this disease. More than 3 million people in low- and middle-income countries are now receiving life-prolonging antiretroviral therapy. The response to AIDS changed the face of public health in profound ways, says WHO Director-General Dr Margaret Chan, reflecting on some of the achievements of the past 20 years.
Universal voluntary testing, immediate treatment can reduce HIV cases
Carsamba, 26.11.2008, 12:00am
26 November 2008 -- Universal voluntary testing followed by immediate antiretroviral therapy treatment can reduce new HIV cases by 95% within 10 years, according to new findings based on a mathematical model developed by HIV specialists in WHO. The computer model raises substantial issues which will be the focus of a meeting next year.
Logistic effort to supply medicines to the Democratic Republic of the Congo
Cuma, 14.11.2008, 04:00pm
14 November 2008 -- A massive logistic effort is under way to ensure continuous supply of life-saving medicines to hundreds of thousands in the Democratic Republic of the Congo.
Ministerial forum on research for health begins Monday
Persembe, 13.11.2008, 11:00pm
14 November 2008 -- Political, research, industry and civil society leaders will meet in Bamako, Mali from Monday, 17 November in an attempt to direct research to better meet the health needs of poor countries.
WHO and health partners lead massive cholera response in eastern Democratic Republic of the Congo
Persembe, 13.11.2008, 04:00pm
13 November 2008 -- WHO and health partners have launched an intensive operation to prevent and control the increase in the number of cholera cases, which have tripled in some areas to 150 a week, amid the recent escalation of violence in the eastern part of the Democratic Republic of the Congo.
Impact of the global financial and economic crisis on health
Sali, 11.11.2008, 11:00pm
12 November 2008 -- WHO Director-General Dr Margaret Chan has called on all governments and political leaders to maintain their efforts to strengthen and improve the performance of their health systems and to protect the health of their peoples.
WHO welcomes smoking ban at UN headquarters
Carsamba, 05.11.2008, 11:00pm
6 November 2008 -- WHO welcomes the consensus decision of the United Nations General Assembly to ban smoking and tobacco sales at UN headquarters in New York.
WHO gets aid for DRC victims, but more funds needed
Sali, 04.11.2008, 04:00pm
4 November 2008 -- Increasing quantities of medical supplies are being provided by foreign governments to save lives in eastern Democratic Republic of the Congo, but WHO is calling for more support to meet urgent health needs.
WHO gets aid for the Democratic Republic of the Congo victims, but more funds needed
Sali, 04.11.2008, 04:00pm
4 November 2008 -- Increasing quantities of medical supplies are being provided by foreign governments to save lives in eastern Democratic Republic of the Congo, but WHO is calling for more support to meet urgent health needs.
WHO gets aid for the Democratic Republic of the Congo victims
Sali, 04.11.2008, 04:00pm
4 November 2008 -- Increasing quantities of medical supplies are being provided by foreign governments to save lives in eastern Democratic Republic of the Congo, but WHO is calling for more support to meet urgent health needs.
WHO sending medicines for 60 000 affected by DR Congo crisis
Cuma, 31.10.2008, 10:00am
31 October 2008 -- WHO and Italy are sending 10 tonnes of medical supplies to help the tens of thousands of people affected by the ongoing insecurity in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo. Intensive efforts are needed to prevent the spread of communicable diseases among the fleeing population and to treat the physical trauma caused by the violence.
WHO sending medicines for 60 000 affected by crisis in the Democratic Republic of the Congo
Cuma, 31.10.2008, 10:00am
31 October 2008 -- WHO and Italy are sending 10 tonnes of medical supplies to help the tens of thousands of people affected by the ongoing insecurity in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo. Intensive efforts are needed to prevent the spread of communicable diseases among the fleeing population and to treat the physical trauma caused by the violence.
WHO sending medicines to Democratic Republic of the Congo
Cuma, 31.10.2008, 10:00am
31 October 2008 -- WHO and Italy are sending 10 tonnes of medical supplies to help the tens of thousands of people affected by the ongoing insecurity in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo. Intensive efforts are needed to prevent the spread of communicable diseases among the fleeing population and to treat the physical trauma caused by the violence.
WHO rushes medical aid to flood-hit areas of Yemen
Carsamba, 29.10.2008, 10:00am
29 October 2008 -- The World Health Organization (WHO) is responding to eastern Yemen's devastating floods by sending medicines and other urgent supplies to treat over 50 000 patients for a range of conditions, including illnesses linked to contaminated water and insect-borne diseases such as malaria.
New study presents state of the world's health
Pazar, 26.10.2008, 11:00pm
27 October 2008 -- WHO today published a new assessment of the global burden of disease, a study that provides with a comprehensive picture of the global and regional state of health.
World Health Report calls for return to primary health care approach
Sali, 14.10.2008, 09:00am
14 October 2008 -- There are striking inequities within and between countries in health outcomes, in access to care, and in what people have to pay for care, says the World Health Report 2008 launched today. To steer health systems towards better performance and greater equity, the report calls for a revival of the primary health care approach launched 30 years ago.
Millions with mental disorders in the developing world are deprived of necessary treatment and care
Persembe, 09.10.2008, 09:00am
9 October 2008 -- More than 75% of people suffering from mental disorders in the developing world receive no treatment or care. A new WHO programme launched today, on World Mental Health Day 2008 highlights the huge treatment gap for a number of mental, neurological and substance use disorders.
Millions with mental disorders deprived of treatment and care
Persembe, 09.10.2008, 09:00am
9 October 2008 -- More than 75% of people suffering from mental disorders in the developing world receive no treatment or care. A new WHO programme launched today, on World Mental Health Day 2008 highlights the huge treatment gap for a number of mental, neurological and substance use disorders.
WHO agreed on a research agenda on climate change and public health
Carsamba, 08.10.2008, 09:00am
8 October 2008 – A meeting of experts convened by the World Health Organization (WHO) in Madrid agreed today to a research agenda to develop an evidence-based framework for action on the human health implications of climate change.
Public hearing on ways of reducing harmful use of alcohol
Carsamba, 01.10.2008, 10:00pm
2 October 2008 -- WHO invites all parties with an interest in reducing the harmful use of alcohol to share their views in a web-based public hearing being organized between 3 and 31 October.
Vigilance needed to ensure safe infant food
Cuma, 26.09.2008, 09:00am
26 September 2008 – WHO and the UN Food and Agriculture Organization are urging affected countries to ensure safe feeding of millions of infants following the ongoing melamine-contaminated milk crisis in China.
Accelerating efforts to save the lives of women and newborns
Carsamba, 24.09.2008, 10:00pm
25 September 2008 -- Today, as world leaders gather for the High-Level Event on theMillennium Development Goals (MDGs), we jointly pledge to intensify our support tocountries to achieve Millennium Development Goal 5: “To improve maternal health” – the MDG showing the least progress.
Marketers of electronic cigarettes should halt unproved therapy claims
Cuma, 19.09.2008, 09:00am
19 September 2008 -- Contrary to what some marketers of the electronic cigarette imply in their advertisements, the World Health Organization does not consider it to be a legitimate therapy for smokers trying to quit.
Progress made in malaria control, yet burden is enormous
Persembe, 18.09.2008, 08:00am
18 September 2008 -– The global burden of malaria remains enormous, but access to malaria control interventions increased sharply between 2004 and 2006, says a new report released today.
US$ 4.2-million health response launched for Haiti
Cuma, 12.09.2008, 07:00am
12 September 2008 -- WHO and its partners urgently need US$ 4.2 million to provide health care for the 800 000 people - including children and pregnant women - affected by successive tropical storms in Haiti.
Health response launched for the displaced in Pakistan
Pazartesi, 08.09.2008, 10:00pm
9 September 2008 -- Some 423 000 people in Pakistan need urgent health care after being affected by recent conflict and flooding. WHO and partners are requesting US$ 9.76 million to undertake life-saving health responses to this humanitarian crisis.
African countries to introduce new meningitis vaccine
Persembe, 04.09.2008, 07:00am
4 September 2008 -- Health ministers from the African meningitis belt today committed themselves to introduce a highly promising candidate meningitis vaccine. The vaccine is designed to prevent periodic epidemics of the deadly disease in these countries.
African ministers to defend health from environmental harm
Cuma, 29.08.2008, 07:00am
29 August 2008 | LIBREVILLE, GABON -- Health and environment ministers in Africa have resolved to build a strategic alliance to reduce environmental threats to human health and well-being.
African ministers to defend health from environmental harm
Cuma, 29.08.2008, 07:00am
29 August 2008 -- Health and environment ministers in Africa have resolved to build a strategic alliance to reduce environmental threats to human health and well-being.
Inequities are killing people on a "grand scale" reports WHO's Commission
Persembe, 28.08.2008, 07:00am
28 August 2008 | GENEVA -- A girl in Lesotho is likely to live 42 years less than another in Japan. In Sweden, the risk of a woman dying during pregnancy and childbirth is 1 in 17 400; in Afghanistan the odds are 1 in 8. These "social determinants of health" have been the focus of a three-year investigation by an eminent group of policy makers, academics, former heads of state and former ministers of health which has presented its findings to the WHO Director-General Dr Margaret Chan.
Inequities are killing people on a "grand scale" reports WHO's Commission
Persembe, 28.08.2008, 07:00am
28 August 2008 -- A girl in Lesotho is likely to live 42 years less than another in Japan. In Sweden, the risk of a woman dying during pregnancy and childbirth is 1 in 17 400; in Afghanistan the odds are 1 in 8. These "social determinants of health" have been the focus of a three-year investigation by an eminent group of policy makers, academics, former heads of state and former ministers of health which has presented its findings to the WHO Director-General Dr Margaret Chan.
The face of cancer is changing
Sali, 26.08.2008, 10:00pm
27 August 2008 -- For public health, the complexity of cancer control has increased enormously following the shift of the disease burden from wealthy to less affluent countries. Cancer causes around 7.9 million deaths worldwide each year.
Floods in West Africa raise major health risks
Sali, 19.08.2008, 07:30am
19 August 2008 -- Rising flood waters across West Africa are intensifying health risks for millions of people, and adding to the impact of the food price crisis. International aid is needed since heavy rains could exacerbate health threats for conditions including malaria, diarrhoea and other potentially fatal communicable diseases.
WHO launches new HIV/AIDS guide to help countries reach universal access
Sali, 05.08.2008, 03:15pm
5 August 2008 -- At the XVII International AIDS Conference in Mexico City, WHO launched a package of priority interventions designed to help low- and middle-income countries move towards universal access to HIV/AIDS prevention, treatment, care and support.
WHO and World Bank join forces for better results from global health investments
Sali, 05.08.2008, 03:00pm
5 August 2008 -- As delegates gather at the International AIDS Conference (3-8 August), WHO and the World Bank address the pressing global debate around health systems and initiatives in specific aspects of health, nutrition and population.
Targeted action on HIV and tuberculosis needed to reach drug users
Pazar, 03.08.2008, 10:00pm
4 August 2008 -- Mexico City -- Health and criminal justice authorities need to provide targeted services to drug users, especially those who inject drugs, to prevent and treat tuberculosis (TB) and HIV. TB is a major cause of death for people living with HIV, but drug users who are HIV-positive face stigma, discrimination and barriers to accessing life-saving treatments.
Targeted action on HIV and tuberculosis needed to reach drug users
Pazar, 03.08.2008, 10:00pm
4 August 2008 -- Health and criminal justice authorities need to provide targeted services to drug users, especially those who inject drugs, to prevent and treat tuberculosis (TB) and HIV. TB is a major cause of death for people living with HIV, but drug users who are HIV-positive face stigma, discrimination and barriers to accessing life-saving treatments.
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