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MSH Nov 14
“We want to provide excellent services to our patients; the same level of care they would receive in Paris, Thailand, or the United States of America,” says Dr. Kilamba, an Case Manager in Luanda, :
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USAID Madagascar Nov 13
Ambassador announced USAID's new contribution of $500,000 to today. This money will provide locally-produced, ready-to-use supplementary food (RUSF) for +15,000 children affected by in southern .
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Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus Nov 7
Hospitals play a key role in realizing . While buildings & infrastructure are necessary, we must prioritize transforming what hospitals do & how they do it. is committed to helping make 🏥 the best they can be, for a healthier, safer & fairer world.
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U.S. Embassy Madagascar Nov 7
USAID has worked in Madagascar for 35 years. Join and ’s Mission Director John Dunlop on ‘s “Trema” program (FM99.2) Sunday November 10 at 13:00, to hear them give an overview of the different programs and objectives in the country.
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USAID Madagascar Nov 4
. is dedicated to in & keep people safe. Each year we provide $26 million for prevention and treatment. Our latest project treats homes with insecticide to keep away & will protect 1.3 million Malagasy people in high-risk areas.
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OMS Madagascar Nov 4
continue à apporter son appui au Ministère de la Santé Publique, dans la lutte contre la . Les recommandations concernent l'assainissement du milieu, la lutte contre les feux de brousse, et la recherche précoce de soins en cas de suspicion de .
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USAID Oct 29
Happy World ! Although the Internet is a part of our daily lives, for 4 billion people in the world this is not the case. Learn about our efforts to ensure universal Internet access:
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ACCESS Health Program Oct 27
isn’t just a health sector issue. It involves animals, plants, food & the environment. Countries need coalitions that include , consumer & faith-based groups & private-sector health providers!
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ACCESS Health Program Oct 24
Kudos to all and volunteers who are striving to keep polio free! 👊
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USAID Global Health Oct 21
RIGHT NOW: Thousands of health workers like Drocas are distributing free pills to protect young children from malaria during the Sahel's rainy season. Full story:
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Ambassador Michael Pelletier Oct 22
Nice write-up about my visit to our health programs in Joffreville! ; ; @MahefaMiaraka
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USAID Oct 20
Seven years ago, we launched our Youth in Development Policy w/ the goal of bringing youth to the forefront of —both as partners & leaders. At USAID, we believe young people are the 🔑 to a more stable, democratic, & prosperous future:
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USAID Global Health Oct 18
: A recent and -funded report shows that many women face mistreatment during childbirth. As a global community, we must continue to ensure all women have equitable access to comprehensive, respectful, & safe care for
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USAID Madagascar Oct 16
We can provide tools & training, but its the communities we support that make the change. The USAID-funded program helps communities identify their challenges & create their own solutions. This is how we build a healthier, more well-nourished together!
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USAID Oct 15
Did you know w/ soap could prevent some of the millions of school days lost yearly to diarrheal disease? It’s time to recognize the transformative potential of good handwashing habits! How are you celebrating 2019? 🌏🌍🌎
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USAID Madagascar Oct 15
Regular is one of the most important ways we can avoid becoming sick and passing germs to other people. , ,
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USAID Madagascar Oct 14
In south a village has made itself ready to survive the next . Their secret? Cacti. In "Our Animals No Longer Die of Starvation" see how & help prep communities for the next natural disaster.
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USAID Water Oct 13
is October 15th! This year’s theme——serves as a potent reminder that improved handwashing facilities & promotional programming must reach everyone in order to make a powerful public health impact.
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OMS Madagascar Sep 27
has officially launched its national strategic plan for elderly people. They deserve better health. They are the source of the present generation.
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ACCESS Health Program Oct 12
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