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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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Pascale Jun 22
Strategic developments integration of multiple data sources to monitor population health in fast growing urban environments from and colleagues
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Jose Siri Jun 21
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UNU-IIGH Jun 22
Replying to @kentbuse @WHO and 11 others
Indeed. Thanks for the reminder, & apologies to the organisations missed in the original tweet. 🙇‍♀️🙇‍♂️
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UNU-IIGH Jun 20
Are you doing in Low- and Middle-Income Countries? If you are, come share your ideas and experience with Deadline 15 Oct 2019.
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UN University Jun 20
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UN University Jun 20
There are 70.8 million forcibly displaced people worldwide. This , see how UNU researchers are working to improve the lives of and displaced people across the globe. stands .
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UNU-IIGH Jun 20
Come share your thoughts on The Global Action Plan for Healthy Lives and Well-being for All! Deadline 30 June 2019
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UNU-IIGH Jun 20
There are 70.8 million forcibly displaced people worldwide. This , see how UNU researchers are working to improve the lives of and displaced people across the globe. stands
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UN University Jun 20
There are 70.8 million forcibly displaced people worldwide. This , see how UNU researchers are working to improve the lives of and displaced people across the globe. stands .
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Emmanuel Tsekleves Jun 19
Really looking forward to presenting international case studies the role of in shaping the relationship between , and environment
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Pascale Jun 19
Take a moment 2 learn abt the impact of forced migration on populations displaced for reasons beyond their control & the impact on hlth & wellbeing. The least we can do is ensure access to
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Pascale Jun 19
Who are refugees? PEOPLE forced to leave a country that is unwilling or unable to offer human rights protections. Migration status is often a barrier to access to . This is a policy choice in our control
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Pascale Jun 19
No refugee ever imagined they would be in a position to flee their homes and lose the fundamental and protections offered by the state. On World Refugee day
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World Health Organization (WHO) Jun 18
"We cannot truly say we have achieved unless women are able to exercise choice and control over their sexual and reproductive health." - at
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Ilona Kickbusch Jun 18
Health A Political Choice - and the ⁦⁩ asks are included.
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World Health Organization (WHO) Jun 19
Replying to @WHO
Q: Can a child be given 1+ vaccine at a time? A: Scientific evidence shows that giving several vaccines at the same time has no negative effect on a child’s immune system. When a combined vaccination is possible, that means fewer injections, less discomfort for the child
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UNU-IIGH Jun 19
Health risk matrix to inventory hazard rating developed with the Engineering Dept of . Mapping of environmental risks and pollution are on-going to prevent another incident.
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UNU-IIGH Jun 19
Top 10 environmental health issues in ; some are widespread but low impact, others are limited in area but high in severity. is needed to address them holistically.
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UNU-IIGH Jun 19
No reversing of ; we can only build resilience against environmental hazards to reduce health risks for all. -- Prof. @JamalHishamHashim, visiting professor of .
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UNU-IIGH Jun 19
>12 million annual deaths are attributable to ; majority of which are in Asia.
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