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Official account of the World Health Organization in Uganda.
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Ministry of Health- Uganda Apr 30
UGANDA is getting ready to host the 1st ever from 18-20 June 2019 at . The regional policy event will attract delegates from Government,International Organizations,CSOs among many more.For more info,visit:
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WHO Uganda May 23
Improving maternal health is one of ’s key priorities. We work to contribute to the reduction of maternal mortality by increasing research evidence, providing evidence-based clinical & programmatic guidance, setting global standards, & providing technical support.
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Ministry of Health- Uganda May 23
Replying to @WHOUganda
Benjamin Sensasi, : The media played a crucial role not only in educating the masses but also mobilizing resources to end the EVD outbreak in Sierra Leone 🇸🇱 and Liberia 🇱🇷
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Yonas Tegegn WOLDEMARIAM May 22
Big congrats to Algeria and Argentina on being recognized by as free. is on the path to achieving a malaria free country for all Ugandans.
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WHO African Region May 21
The head of , Health Minister , joined for a briefing on response in 🇨🇩
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WHO African Region May 21
: 5 highlights from Day 2 of
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Dr. Jane Ruth Aceng May 21
Replying to @JaneRuth_Aceng
Obviously, we cannot forget our commitment to have a 🌍 free of HIV, TB and Malaria and the agenda of scaling up reproductive health services and reducing maternal, neonatal, child and adolescent mortality due to avoidable health challenges
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Dr. Jane Ruth Aceng May 21
Replying to @JaneRuth_Aceng
The sickle cell burden (SCD) in Uganda is high and I called upon the global community to focus on SCD and reduce the suffering of the children and adults with SCD.
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Dr. Jane Ruth Aceng May 21
Reading Uganda's Statement at the plenary. I emphasized the need for a further rethink to ending the outbreak in DRC, commitment to Universal Health Coverage through strengthening Primary Health Care and community health programs.
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Peter Salama May 21
Vaccine confidence & trust another hot topic today at , as outbreaks continue to spread. Immunization helps keep people safe from disease at all ages
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Dr. Jane Ruth Aceng May 21
We had a lovely meeting with , Dr Gottfield Hirnschall and Dr Meg Doherty focusing on the Hepatitis Summit which Uganda will be hosting and the roll out of Dultegravir for HIV. Thank you for supporting to host this very first and very important summit
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WHO Uganda May 21
A continuum of care – from preconception through the formative early years – is needed to safeguard and maximize children’s developmental outcomes.
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World Health Organization (WHO) May 19
will start in a few hours. Find out today's programme in the Day 1 Journal of the World Health Assembly
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Ministry of Health- Uganda May 17
is a severe and often deadly disease. However, Ebola is preventable. Read the fact sheet below on Ebola transmission, signs and symptoms and prevention measures. ❗️There is NO confirmed case of in .
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UK in Uganda 🇬🇧 🇺🇬 May 2
DFID's Human Development & Humanitarian teams continue to work with to increase 🇺🇬's Ebola preparedness. A new screening facility has been constructed at Mpondwe where 🇺🇬 borders DRC to enhance detection capability.
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Yonas Tegegn WOLDEMARIAM May 17
Regular physical activity of moderate intensity – such as walking, cycling, or doing sports – has significant benefits for health. At all ages, the benefits of being physically active outweigh potential harm.
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WHO Uganda May 17
Replying to @WHOUganda
Adults aged 65 years and above should do at least 150 minutes of moderate-intensity physical activity throughout the week, or at least 75 minutes of vigorous-intensity physical activity throughout the week, or an equivalent combination of moderate- and vigorous-intensity activity
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WHO Uganda May 17
Replying to @WHOUganda
Children and adolescents aged 5-17years should do at least 60 minutes of moderate to vigorous-intensity physical activity daily.
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WHO Uganda May 17
Replying to @WHOUganda
Adults aged 18–64 years should do at least 150 minutes of moderate-intensity physical activity throughout the week, or do at least 75 minutes of vigorous-intensity physical activity throughout the week, or an equivalent combination of moderate- and vigorous-intensity activity.
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WHO Uganda May 17
Physical activity has significant health benefits and contributes to preventing NCDs. Last year we joined and the to launch the National Physical Fitness Day with a 10.5-kilometre walk within Kampala. This year it's on again, on the 14th of July!
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