Day: November 6, 2020

Keeping Sexual and Reproductive Health and Family Planning in the health agenda of the African countries during the Covid19 pandemic and beyond: African countries members of the SRHR initiative are stepping up to the challenge

The critical burden of the Covid19 pandemic on the health sector has as an immediate consequence, a decrease in the attention paid and the means available to address other diseases. Sexual and Reproductive Health is no exception to this situation.

How do countries manage to position, promote, and keep Family …

Burkina-Faso: WHO supports the Ministry of Health in the establishment and training of a national experts group on Sexual and Reproductive Health, with a focus on Family Planning, Post-Abortion Care, and Safe Termination of Pregnancy authorized by law

In 2019, the WHO Africa Office established a Regional Technical Advisory Group to promote Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights to reduce preventable maternal mortality in Africa. The group is responsible for advising on comprehensive policies and strategies for health system strengthening for universal access to essential services and quality …

Ministry of health receives medical supplies to strengthen the screening and treatment of patients with Non Communicable Diseases (NCDs)

Harare, Zimbabwe – The World Health Organization with financial assistance from the Danish Government and Novo Nordisk, handed over medical supplies and equipment worth US$61 000 to the Ministry of Health and Child Care (MoHCC) on 5 November 2020. The medical supplies will provide critical care services which include screening, …

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