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Official account of the World Health Organization in Uganda.
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Yonas Tegegn WOLDEMARIAM 5h
Had the honor to officially appreciate the outgoing Chairperson of the Health Development Partners in Uganda, Mr. Andrew Kyambadde. is the Secretariat of the HDPs bringing together donors and partners to support the .
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Peter Salama 7h
Update on in for 18 February, with data up to 17 February: Total of 840 cases (775 confirmed & 65 probable), including 537 deaths, 294 survivors, and patients still under care. In addition, 185 suspect cases were investigated.
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Peter Salama Feb 16
Update on in for 16 February, with data up to 15 February: Total of 837 cases (772 confirmed & 65 probable), including 533 deaths, 291 survivors, and patients still under care. In addition, 155 suspect cases were investigated.
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Yonas Tegegn WOLDEMARIAM Feb 18
Under the Global Vaccine Action Plan, measles and rubella are targeted for elimination in five WHO Regions by 2020. WHO is the lead technical agency responsible for coordination of immunization and surveillance activities supporting all countries to achieve this goal.
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WHO Uganda Feb 18
Replying to @KitongoEmmanuel
Dear Emmanuel, please visit
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WHO Uganda Feb 18
Replying to @WHOUganda
Among those that are not immunized, will infect approximately 9 in 10 people exposed
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WHO Uganda Feb 18
is a highly contagious viral disease. It remains an important cause of death among young children globally, despite the availability of a safe and effective vaccine.
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MUIIplus Feb 18
will present a keynote address on "Achieving the Sustainable Development Goals for Uganda" at our annual symposium in Entebbe- Thur 21st Feb. starting at 2:00PM
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WHO Uganda Feb 17
Replying to @WHOUganda
READ MORE: Obtains Laboratory results for Dead Man from DRC to assure Anxious people in
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WHO Uganda Feb 17
Replying to @WHOUganda
READ MORE: Obtains Laboratory results for Dead Man from DRC to assure Anxious people in
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WHO Uganda Feb 15
Replying to @MinofHealthUG
Information from Bunia revealed that the laboratory results of the suspected death returned as negative for . There is no confirmed case of in . The deceased was buried in Tororo district with assistance from the burial team.
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Yonas Tegegn WOLDEMARIAM Feb 15
Today is 300,000 children aged 0 to 19 years old are diagnosed with cancer each year. The most common include leukemia, brain cancers, lymphomas and solid tumors, such as neuroblastoma Childhood cancer generally cannot be prevented or screened
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WHO Uganda Feb 15
Replying to @WHO
is accelerating progress. WHO is working to ensure that all girls globally are vaccinated against HPV and that every woman over 30 is screened and treated for pre-cancerous lesions.
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WHO Uganda Feb 15
Each year, more than 300 000 women die of cervical cancer. Cervical cancer is one of the most preventable and curable forms of cancer, as long as it is detected early and managed effectively.
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Amref Health Africa Feb 14
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WHO Uganda Feb 14
Love each other enough to protect one each other
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WHO African Region Feb 13
The Republic of Congo has declared a epidemic in the Kouilou and Pool regions, with at least 1043 validated cases. Chikungunya is a mosquito-borne viral disease that can be transmitted from human to human. is assisting health authorities
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WHO Uganda Feb 12
The samples tested negative for in the lab. Together with the we remain alert to ensure that there is no importation of into Uganda. May the soul of the departed rest in peace. There is no confirmed case of in
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Ministry of Health- Uganda Feb 13
Samples taken off from the deceased were sent to and tested NEGATIVE for . and partners remain vigilant to prevent importation of any case of into Uganda. ♦️There is NO confirmed case of in Uganda. 📷:
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Dr. Diana Atwine Feb 12
Results turned out to be negative so no cause for alarm .We thank our team that swiftly moved to isolate any possible contacts .MOH will continue to build a resilient surveillence system
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