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Medicines for Africa
Improving access to treatment by African people
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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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Daughter of Zimbabwe May 28
Inside Palais du Nations early morning. So grateful to have co-chaired the negotiations on price transparency with Italy’s Director General. We kept long hours and got our job done
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Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus May 27
Benefits of healthier populations: increased productivity, employment & economic growth. We call on all countries to take a health-in-all policies approach to promote health & prevent disease. Together, we can ensure 1 billion more people enjoy better health & well-being.
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World Health Organization (WHO) May 27
Replying to @WHO
When you are about to start a medication, ask: 💊What is the name of this medication and what is it for? 💊What are the risks and possible side-effects? More from 's 5 Moments for
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World Health Organization (WHO) May 27
The ’s 5 Moments for pays special attention to the 5 key moments when using medications
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Medicines for Africa May 25
Access to quality, affordable medicines. That is what is all about. Happy Africa day!
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Medicines for Africa May 22
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Medicines for Africa May 22
What does Universal Health Coverage mean to you?
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Daughter of Zimbabwe May 21
Really appreciated the update on the update on the responses to the second most serious Ebola outbreak in the DRC by the Hon. Minister of Health, RG & DG this morning and we are proud of the leadership of and
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Daughter of Zimbabwe May 21
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Daughter of Zimbabwe May 21
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Daughter of Zimbabwe May 21
A 100 million people are driven into poverty each as a result of health. expenses
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Daughter of Zimbabwe May 21
is about health as a human right and social justice
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Daughter of Zimbabwe May 21
Key messages from Richard Horton @WHA72 1. Declare a planetary health emergency 2. Womens rights are human rights, demand gender equality 3. Invest in safe surgery 4. Health is a governance issue 5. Support DG & fully fund
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