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UNU-IIGH undertakes research, capacity development and dissemination of knowledge related to key issues of human health.
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UNU-IIGH Nov 16
Join us and learn about 's efforts to combat against and girls on Nov 29th ! Come in your orange OOTD!
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Say NO - UNiTE Nov 15
For far too long, impunity, silence & stigma have allowed violence against women to escalate to pandemic proportions. Time for change is here & now. of Activism kicks off on 25 Nov: via
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UNU-IIGH Nov 15
Getting ready for the Leadership Dialogue 2018 with the family.
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World Diabetes Day Nov 14
Today is World Diabetes Day! Did you know that it is celebrated on November 14 because it marks the birthday of Sir Frederick Banting, who co-discovered insulin in 1921? Almost 100 years since the discovery, insulin remains out of reach for many
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Finn Tarp UNU-WIDER Nov 7
Request for research proposals‼️ Public revenue mobilization for & Turning the tide on in 🇿🇦 This seeks proposals that will advance the work of the programme Deadline 30 Nov 👇👇 via
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Seth Berkley Nov 14
Great to see taking the Ebola vaccine forward for FDA approval. Gavi’s work with Merck means the vaccine is already available & is saving lives right now in the DRC. We stand ready to support a full stockpile once it is licensed!
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UNU-IIGH Nov 15
to prevent one of the most lethal cancers in women. Support vaccination!
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World Health Organization (WHO) Nov 15
Influenza may not always be thought of by most people as a serious illness – the symptoms of headaches, runny nose, cough, muscle pain can make people confuse it with a heavy cold. Yet seasonal kills up to 650,000 people every year
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UNU-IIGH Nov 15
Exhorting physicians to heal thyself is facile. We must support the mental health of our healthcare providers.
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UNU-IIGH Nov 15
We need one for academic papers and policy briefs too!
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UNDP Asia-Pacific Nov 14
10 days till the of Activism! We're proud to be joining global efforts to raise awareness of violence against women and girls. Inspired by this year's for , we will also be shining a special spotlight on GBV in conflict with .
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Svetlana Axelrod Nov 13
. data on use: Overuse and misuse of antibiotics are the leading causes of antimicrobial resistance. The world needs to take urgent action, such as enforcing prescription-only policies, to reduce unnecessary use of antibiotics.
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UNU-IIGH Nov 14
's groundbreaking book on The Health of Refugees is now in its 2nd edition! Something to hint for your Christmas gift!
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UNU-IIGH Nov 14
Barriers to effective job participation d/t violence and harassment inhibits 's growth and potential. Read report on ending violence and harassment in the world of work.
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UNU-IIGH Nov 14
We are looking for someone to assist in our health system cultural competency and financing for migrant service use in Thailand and Malaysia project. Click link for more info
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UHC Coalition Nov 14
We're counting down the days to the first -official on 12.12: the anniversary of countries' unanimous commitment to & the annual rallying point for the movement. Join us to demand collective action now:
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UNU-IIGH Nov 14
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UNU-IIGH Nov 14
is not just about the infrastructure and software; it's also about creating the culture that supports its adoption.
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UNU-IIGH Nov 14
Alcohol is a huge risk factor for various like cancer, worsen mental illness worse and contributes to injuries and disabilities. How do we manage alcohol consumption in our drive to ?
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United Nations Nov 13
Last year, the world suffered US $320 billion in economic losses due to extreme weather. On Tuesday, discusses climate resilience for small islands:
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