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It's . The right to health is tied to the key principle of non-discrimination, for locals, refugees and migrants alike. Together we need to protect the rights of refugees, including their right to health.
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Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus 12h
Just over a month into the response in , further spread has largely been contained. In spite of progress, there should be no room for laxity and complacency until it's finally over. This is a collaborative effort led by
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Time to remind world leaders: HEALTH IS A HUMAN RIGHT It’s time for
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It’s . The access of refugees and migrants to quality, essential health services is critical to achieve
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Today is Many refugees and migrants often lack access to health services and financial protection for health. The right to health means leaving no one behind. It’s time for
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Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus 12h
An honour to meet with Alexis Tsipras. I commend for the progress on primary health care and Universal Health Coverage. Thanks for your commitment to public health reform. I’m proud to be in Athens to open our newest WHO country office 🇬🇷
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World Health Organization (WHO) 13h
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It's . The right to health is tied to the key principle of non-discrimination, for locals, refugees and migrants alike. Together we need to protect the rights of refugees, including their right to health.
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WHO Uganda 16h
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During the recently contained Cholera outbreak in Kyangwali refugee settlement, WHO supported to manage cholera cases among refugees through support on hygiene awareness creation, and logistical support like Cholera Treatment Kits
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World Health Organization (WHO) 15h
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Time to remind world leaders: HEALTH IS A HUMAN RIGHT It’s time for
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My deepest appreciation to Ambassadors of and Srivihok of for introducing the zero draft of the modalities resolution for the 2019 High-Level Meeting on Universal Health Coverage. An important step towards
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United Nations 21h
85% of the world's are hosted in developing countries. Watch to find out more on ⬇️
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WHO Afghanistan 23h
Today is ! Children on move are vulnerable to communicable diseases like . Vaccination posts in the border crossing points between and ensure that refugee and returnee children are protected.
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WHO/Europe 20h
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There are more than 3.5 million refugees from living in . A new home-care programme gives some of these people a chance to provide for their families while bringing health services closer to older and disabled fellow Syrians.
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WHO South-East Asia Jun 19
It's The right to is tied to the key principle of non-discrimination, for locals, refugees and migrants alike. Together we need to protect the rights of , including their right to health. 👉 Health is a human right 👈
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Today is Many refugees and migrants often lack access to health services and financial protection for health. The right to health means leaving no one behind. It’s time for
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World Health Organization (WHO) 21h
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We need to make a very clear distinction between 🎮 “gaming” & “gaming disorder” similar to the distinction between gambling & gambling disorder. The vast majority of gamers do not have a gaming disorder; although, a small proportion of regular gamers may develop
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UN Refugee Agency Jun 19
68,500,000 people. 68,500,000 stories. 68,500,000 dreams. 68,500,000 journeys. 68,500,000 lives uprooted. 68,500,000 missed chances. 68,500,000 longing for home. 68,500,000 unthinkable tragedies. 68,500,000 heads full of memories. 68,500,000 were displaced at the end of 2017.
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Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus 22h
On let’s remember: means just that. Nobody becomes a refugee by choice. Refugees and migrants, just like all of us, have the right to health. WHO is proud to work with , to serve the most vulnerable
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World Health Organization (WHO) Jun 18
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In the new International Classification of Diseases , transgender is no longer considered a mental disorder, but is classified under sexual health conditions. This should reduce stigma and improve care.
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OPAS/OMS Jun 19
é pra divulgar a nova Classificação Estatística Internacional de Doenças e Problemas Relacionados à Saúde (CID 11). Ela foi criada a partir das principais evidências científicas e permite compartilhar informações de saúde em nível global:
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