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Improving access to treatment by African people
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Medicines for Africa Jul 24
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WHO African Region Jul 23
Diabetes is on the rise in Africa & has become a new priority. Encourage those close to you who suffer from the disease to: - Eat healthy 🍉 - Take medication as prescribed 💊 - Be physically active 🚶🏾‍♀️ - Avoid harmful use of alcohol 🥃 - Not smoke🚭
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Medicines for Africa Jul 19
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UN News Jul 17
Ebola outbreak in officially declared Public Health Emergency of International Concern by Committee. Full story and details here:
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Medicines for Africa Jul 14
The incidence of non-communicable diseases is on the increase in developing countries because of changes in lifestyle. It is important to know the signs and symptoms of a heart attack.
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WHO African Region Jul 11
Family planning is a human right. This calls for global attention to help make & rights a reality for all across Africa & the world. 🌍
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WHO African Region Jul 9
Our is one of the leading causes of death worldwide & is on the rise in Africa - where majority of cancer deaths are caused by lung, breast, colorectal, stomach & liver cancers. For more info 👉🏾
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Dr Matshidiso Moeti Jul 9
It was an honour to chair such a fruitful panel discussion covering ’s strategic vision 2019-2023 yesterday. The panel brought together some of Africa’s inspiring First Ladies & OAFLAD partners whose vision looks to building on our past to form a brighter, healthier future.
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Medicines for Africa Jul 10
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Medicines for Africa Jul 7
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Dr Matshidiso Moeti Jul 6
Everyday takes a heavy toll on individuals, families and communities. It steals our hope, dreams and the people we love. Early cancer screening and detection is absolutely essential to realise the investments being made by countries to address the cancer burden in
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Medicines for Africa Jul 7
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Daughter of Zimbabwe May 28
Great job . We appreciate your leadership and commitment to improving healthcare in Africa. We thank for supporting our region and our RD,
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Daughter of Zimbabwe May 28
We celebrate the power women of Africa
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Daughter of Zimbabwe May 28
Be the change you want to see
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Daughter of Zimbabwe May 28
The Africa we want is one that take care of its people and realised the potential of its people
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Daughter of Zimbabwe May 28
With my team, Dr Chido Siame in Johannesburg and excited about contributing to the , an Africa that
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Daughter of Zimbabwe May 28
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Daughter of Zimbabwe May 28
Thank you to colleagues from Africa, Europe and beyond for supporting me and my co-Chair, Italian Director General in Committee A during . Great teamwork.
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