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China, UAE make big progress in ensuring safe blood donation
Cuma, 13.06.2008, 10:00am
13 June 2008 -- China and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) have made impressive strides in tackling the risk of contamination from unsafe blood by reaching close to 100% voluntary blood donation, said WHO today.
WHO, partners to visit Sudanese town for restoring health services
Persembe, 12.06.2008, 10:00pm
13 June 2008 -- WHO and other UN agencies will tomorrow make the first high-level visit to Abyei in Sudan since last weekend's peace accord. The mission is to plan for the reconstruction of health facilities and other vital infrastructure in the town.
World leaders call for action to reduce TB deaths among HIV-positive people
Pazar, 08.06.2008, 10:00pm
9 June 2008 -- Heads of governments, public health and business leaders, heads of UN agencies and activists came together at UN Headquarters today to confront a threat to global health that could undermine investments in life-saving drug treatment for people living with HIV.
3 million now receiving life-saving HIV drugs
Pazartesi, 02.06.2008, 10:00am
2 June 2008 -- Nearly 3 million people are now receiving anti-retroviral therapy in low- andmiddle-income countries, according to a new report jointly launched today by WHO, UNAIDS and UNICEF.
WHO wants total ban on tobacco advertising
Cuma, 30.05.2008, 08:00am
30 May 2008 - WHO today urged governments to protect the world’s 1.8 billion young people by imposing a ban on all tobacco advertising, promotion and sponsorship.
US$ 28 million needed for Myanmar health-care plan
Persembe, 29.05.2008, 10:00pm
30 May 2008 -- WHO and its partners in Myanmar have launched a six-month action plan at the cost of US$ 28 million to provide immediate health care for cyclone survivors and to support longer-term efforts to rebuild the country’s ravaged health system.
World Health Assembly sets bold new action for WHO
Cumartesi, 24.05.2008, 04:00pm
24 May 2008 -- The 61st World Health Assembly, which comprised of a record 2704 participants from 190 nations, today set WHO on a course to tackle longstanding, new and looming threats to global public health.
World Health Assembly opens
Pazartesi, 19.05.2008, 06:40am
19 May 2008 -- As the 61st World Health Assembly opened today in Geneva, officials from 193 countries began the annual task of reviewing progress and setting new priorities for one of the most powerful tools in global public health, the World Health Organization (WHO).
Noncommunicable diseases now biggest killers
Pazar, 18.05.2008, 10:00pm
19 May 2008 -- The global burden of disease is shifting from infectious diseases to noncommunicable diseases, with chronic conditions such as heart disease and stroke now being the chief causes of death globally, according to a new WHO report published today.
Disease outbreak prevention crucial in China earthquake aftermath
Cuma, 16.05.2008, 10:00pm
17 May 2008 -- Preventing communicable disease outbreaks is the key public health issue now facing the People's Republic of China in the aftermath of the earthquake that struck the country's south-western region on 12 May.
Experts review influenza pandemic preparedness guidance
Sali, 06.05.2008, 10:00pm
7 May 2008 -- Influenza and planning experts from WHO Member States, research institutions and UN agencies are meeting in Geneva this week to review the current WHO pandemic preparedness guidance. The new guidance will be released later this year.
Climate change will erode foundations of health
Pazar, 06.04.2008, 10:00pm
7 April 2008 -- Impacts of climate change on human health are occurring today and attacking the pillars of public health. They provide a glimpse of the challenges public health will have to confront on a large scale, WHO Director-General Dr Margaret Chan warned today on the occasion of World Health Day.
The impact of climate change on human health
Pazar, 06.04.2008, 10:00pm
In selecting climate change as the theme for this year’s World Health Day, WHO aims to turn the attention of policy-makers to some compelling evidence from the health sector, Director-General Dr Margarent Chan said in a statement.
The impact of climate change on human health
Pazar, 06.04.2008, 10:00pm
7 April 2008 -- In selecting climate change as the theme for this year’s World Health Day, WHO aims to turn the attention of policy-makers to some compelling evidence from the health sector, Director-General Dr Margarent Chan said in a statement.
Monitoring AIDS treatment by physical symptoms is effective
Pazar, 06.04.2008, 10:00pm
25 April 2008 -- When treatment of AIDS is monitored on the basis of simple physical signs of deteriorating health, the therapies are almost as effective as that relying on the most advanced laboratory analysis, a new study shows.
WHO welcomes Noguchi awards for service to public health
Persembe, 27.03.2008, 11:00pm
28 March 2008 -- WHO welcomes the announcement of the first Hideyo Noguchi Africa Prize being awarded to two people for their service to global public health.
Somalia is again polio-free
Pazartesi, 24.03.2008, 11:00pm
25 March 2008 -- Somalia has not reported a new case in a year and is again polio-free, the Global Polio Eradication Initiative announced today, calling it a 'historic achievement' in public health.
Poor sanitation threatens public health
Carsamba, 19.03.2008, 11:00pm
20 March 2008 -- Sixty-two per cent of Africans do not have access to a proper toilet, according to preliminary data on sanitation in Africa released today. About 2.6 billion people around the world have no access to a toilet at home and thus are vulnerable to a range of health risks.
Progress in TB diagnosis and control slowing, says new report
Pazar, 16.03.2008, 11:00pm
17 March 2008 -- The pace of the progress in controlling the tuberculosis (TB) epidemic slowed slightly in 2006, says theGlobal tuberculosis control 2008, the annual WHO report on TB, released today.
Global forum calls for urgent action to resolve health worker crisis
Persembe, 06.03.2008, 11:00am
6 March 2008 -- The first Global Forum on Human Resources for Health has called for immediate and sustained action to resolve the critical shortage of health workers around the world.
International Women's Day 2008
Carsamba, 05.03.2008, 11:00pm
6 March 2008 -- Investment in women and girls not only contributes to socioeconomic progress, but is also an investment in health development, WHO Director-General Dr Margaret Chan said in her message for this year's International Women's Day.
New survey finds highest rates of drug-resistant TB to date
Pazartesi, 25.02.2008, 11:00pm
26 February 2008 -- Multidrug-resistant tuberculosis (MDR-TB) has been recorded at the highest rates ever, according to a new report published today.
WHO welcomes US funding for neglected tropical diseases
Sali, 19.02.2008, 11:00pm
20 February 2008 -- WHO welcomes United States' initiative to increase funding for the integrated treatment of seven important neglected tropical diseases affecting the poorest of the poor.
WHO welcomes UN Secretary-General's new envoy for malaria
Carsamba, 13.02.2008, 11:00pm
14 February 2008 -- WHO Director-General Dr Margaret Chan today welcomed the appointment of Ray Chambers as the UN Secretary-General's Special Envoy for Malaria.
New report on global tobacco control efforts
Carsamba, 06.02.2008, 11:00pm
7 February 2008 -- WHO today released new data showing that while progress has been made, not a single country fully implements all key tobacco control measures.
Displaced Kenyans lack critical health care
Persembe, 31.01.2008, 11:00pm
1 February 2008 -- WHO expresses concern for the health of the people who have fled their homes in the midst of the conflict in Kenya's Rift Valley, and who are now sheltering around Nairobi, Eldoret, Nakuru and Naivasha.
New task force launched to address health workforce financing
Carsamba, 30.01.2008, 11:00pm
31 January 2008 -- A new international task force was launched today to address how to finance the scaling up of the health workforce in the developing world.
WHO Executive Board reappoints Dr Mirta Roses Periago as Regional Director for the Americas
Carsamba, 23.01.2008, 11:00pm
24 January 2008 -- The WHO Executive Board, currently holding its 122nd session in Geneva, has reappointed Dr Mirta Roses Periago as Regional Director for the Americas.
WHO statement by the Director-General on the health situation in Gaza
Pazartesi, 21.01.2008, 11:00pm
22 January 2008 -- The World Health Organization (WHO) is concerned about the health situation in and around Gaza and the suffering this has caused for civilian populations in the area.
WHO Executive Board opens on optimistic note
Pazar, 20.01.2008, 11:00pm
21 January 2008 -- The Executive Board of WHO began its twice-yearly session today on an optimistic note with a report from Director-General Dr Margaret Chan highlighting progress in many areas of public health.
New study estimates 151 000 violent Iraqi deaths since 2003 invasion
Carsamba, 09.01.2008, 10:00pm
9 January 2008 -- A large national household survey conducted by the Iraqi government and WHO estimates that 151 000 Iraqis died from violence between March 2003 and June 2006.
Home treatment of pneumonia safe and effective, finds study
Persembe, 03.01.2008, 11:01pm
4 January 2008 -- Treating children with severe pneumonia at home is just as safe and effective as treating them in hospitals, a new study conducted in Pakistan has found.
Aggressive TB control can yield big economic gains, says new study
Sali, 11.12.2007, 11:01pm
12 December 2007 -- New World Bank research finds that 22 countries with the world’s highest numbers of TB cases could make significant economic gains by aggressively controlling TB.
Director-General announces new appointment
Sali, 11.12.2007, 11:00pm
12 December 2007 -- WHO Director-General Dr Margaret Chan today announced the appointment of Dr Carissa F. Etienne to the post of Assistant Director-General for Health Systems and Services.
Efforts on child-appropriate medicines intensify
Carsamba, 05.12.2007, 11:01pm
6 December 2007 -- WHO today unveiled a new research and development agenda to ensure children have better access to medicines appropriate for them.
Message for World AIDS Day
Persembe, 29.11.2007, 11:01pm
30 November 2007 -- Since the first World AIDS Day in 1988, progress in HIV/AIDS awareness, resource development and prevention has been remarkable. "But we have a long way yet to go, especially in Africa, and especially for women," says Director-General Dr Margaret Chan in her message for World AIDS Day this year.
Message for World AIDS Day
Persembe, 29.11.2007, 11:01pm
30 November 2007 -- Since the first World AIDS Day in 1988, progress has been remarkable. "But we have a long way yet to go," says Director-General Dr Margaret Chan in her message for World AIDS Day this year.
Measles deaths in Africa plunge by 91%
Carsamba, 28.11.2007, 11:01pm
Measles deaths in Africa fell by 91% between 2000 and 2006, from an estimated 396 000 to 36 000, reaching the United Nations 2010 goal to cut measles deaths by 90% four years early. The spectacular gains achieved in Africa helped generate a strong decline in global measles deaths, which fell 68% worldwide – from an estimated 757 000 to 242 000 – during this period.
Measles deaths in Africa plunge by 91%
Carsamba, 28.11.2007, 11:01pm
29 November 2007 -- Measles deaths in Africa fell by 91% to 36 000 between 2000 and 2006, reaching the United Nations goal for 2010 to cut measles deaths by 90% four years early, the Measles Initiative announced today.
Measles deaths in Africa plunge by 91%
Carsamba, 28.11.2007, 11:01pm
29 November 2007 -- Measles deaths in Africa fell by 91% to 36 000 between 2000 and 2006, the Measles Initiative announced today.
New support to pandemic vaccine supply
Persembe, 22.11.2007, 09:00am
The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland's contribution of £2 million today to support the WHO global pandemic influenza action plan to increase vaccine supply is very much appreciated and is a gesture of global solidarity. This will serve to help establish critical influenza vaccine manufacturing capacity in developing countries and is a step towards better health security for all countries.
New support to pandemic vaccine supply
Persembe, 22.11.2007, 09:00am
22 November 2007 -- The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland's contribution of £2 million today to support the WHO global pandemic influenza action plan to increase vaccine supply is very much appreciated and is a gesture of global solidarity.
New support to pandemic vaccine supply
Persembe, 22.11.2007, 09:00am
22 November 2007 -- The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland's contribution of £2 million today to support the WHO global pandemic influenza action plan is very much appreciated.
More changes in WHO structure announced
Sali, 20.11.2007, 11:00pm
World Health Organization Director-General Dr Margaret Chan announced a second round of changes to the structure of the Organization.
Global HIV prevalence has levelled off; AIDS is among the leading causes of death globally and remains the primary cause of death in Africa
Pazartesi, 19.11.2007, 11:01pm
New data show global HIV prevalence—the percentage of people living with HIV—has levelled off and that the number of new infections has fallen, in part as a result of the impact of HIV programmes. However, in 2007 33.2 million [30.6 – 36.1 million] people were estimated to be living with HIV, 2.5 million [1.8 – 4.1 million] people became newly infected and 2.1 million [1.9 – 2.4 million] people died of AIDS.
Global HIV prevalence has levelled off
Pazartesi, 19.11.2007, 11:01pm
New data show global HIV prevalence—the percentage of people living with HIV—has levelled off and that the number of new infections has fallen, in part as a result of the impact of HIV programmes. However, in 2007 33.2 million [30.6 – 36.1 million] people were estimated to be living with HIV, 2.5 million [1.8 – 4.1 million] people became newly infected and 2.1 million [1.9 – 2.4 million] people died of AIDS.
Ceremonies to mark World Day of Remembrance for Road Traffic Victims
Persembe, 15.11.2007, 11:00pm
Road crashes kill 1.2 million people every year and injure or disable as many as 50 million more. They are the leading cause of death among young people between 10 and 24 years. The World Day of Remembrance - the third Sunday of November each year - draws attention to the devastating consequences of these deaths and the need for action.
Working group progresses on global strategy on public health, innovation and intellectual property
Cuma, 09.11.2007, 11:00pm
An intergovernmental working group has made progress in developing a plan to ensure poor populations have better access to medicines and other health products.


 
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