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World Health Organization (WHO) 1m
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goes beyond the health sector to ensure societies promote and protect health.
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WHO South-East Asia 3h
Every year 2.7 million die in the first 28 days of life. Most in the first week. The top causes of death are: - - Complications during birth - Severe infections 👉 75% of deaths can be prevented with high-quality care.
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is an invisible killer. , how is your city’s air impacting you?
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World Health Organization (WHO) 19h
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takes care of health needs through the life course, from birth to death, for everyone everywhere.
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can meet 80-90% of people's health needs throughout their lifetime, delivering better health outcomes, value for money and improved quality of care. It will be key to helping us achieve
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is about caring for people, rather than simply treating specific diseases or conditions. It is the engine driving .
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is a foundation for . It's the best way to ensure everyone everywhere receive services they need. In October, the world will unite in Astana 🇰🇿 to recommit to strengthening primary health care.
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includes different services - from prevention to management of chronic health conditions and palliative care.
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Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus 17h
I was worried before I went to eastern , and even more worried when I left. This is a very dangerous outbreak because of the lack of access we have to the areas we need to get to, due to the active conflict there. At all levels, we are following the situation 24/7.
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World Health Organization (WHO) 17h
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A health system with a strong as its core delivers better health outcomes, efficiency and improved quality of care compared to other models.
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is an approach to designing a health system that puts people at the heart of care, serving them in their own communities.
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WHO/Europe 20h
The summer holidays are coming to a close and kids are heading back to the classroom. 📚📝📏 Make sure your children won’t catch or pass on when they join their friends back at school. Remember to check your family’s vaccination status! 💉
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World Health Organization Western Pacific 20h
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Why do countries need to invest in ? Many people can’t access the services they need to stay healthy to help detect and treat chronic conditions like diabetes.
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World Health Organization (WHO) 19h
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takes care of health needs through the life course, from birth to death, for everyone everywhere.
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World Health Organization (WHO) 20h
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can meet 80-90% of people's health needs throughout their lifetime, delivering better health outcomes, value for money and improved quality of care. It will be key to helping us achieve
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World Health Organization (WHO) 22h
is a foundation for . It's the best way to ensure everyone everywhere receive services they need. In October, the world will unite in Astana 🇰🇿 to recommit to strengthening primary health care.
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World Health Organization (WHO) 22h
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is an invisible killer. , how is your city’s air impacting you?
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World Health Organization (WHO) Aug 16
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may not always be visible, but it can be deadly
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Peter Salama Aug 15
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Sometimes you don't need to speak the same language to have a conversation. The people have endured so much but remain resilient. has done more than its part to support. Sustained solidarity from the international community is what is needed now.
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World Health Organization (WHO) Aug 15
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9 out of 10 people worldwide breathe polluted air.
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