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Official account of the World Health Organization in Uganda
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WHO Uganda Sep 13
The with support from & has planned a - mass vaccination exercise from 16-20 October 2019. This campaign is intended to interrupt the current Measles-Rubella outbreaks in
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WHO Uganda Sep 19
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What were the group’s main findings about eradication?
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Yonas Tegegn WOLDEMARIAM Sep 17
4⃣ in🔟patients are harmed in primary and outpatient care. Speak up for
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WHO Uganda Sep 17
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WHO Uganda Sep 17
Under the Global Vaccine Action Plan, measles and rubella are targeted for elimination in 5 WHO Regions by 2020. The will take place at health facilities, routine outreaches and designated immunization posts in ALL districts in
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WHO Uganda Sep 16
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The theme is "Patient Safety: a global health priority" & the slogan is “Speak up for patient safety.” The campaign aims to mobilize patients, health workers, policymakers, academics, researchers, professional networks and the health-care industry to speak up for patient safety.
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WHO Uganda Sep 16
On the first-ever World on 17 September 2019, will launch a global campaign to create awareness of patient safety and urge people to show their commitment to making healthcare safer. Speak up for patient safety!
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WHO Uganda Sep 16
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in a World Health Assembly resolution; and in 2015 this position was reinforced through the endorsement of the Global technical strategy for . (2)
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WHO Uganda Sep 16
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What's WHO’s current position on malaria eradication? is committed to malaria eradication. This has been the position of the organization since its founding in 1948. In 1955, WHO launched the first Global Malaria Eradication Programme; in 1966 it reaffirmed this position (1)
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WHO Uganda Sep 16
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"I recognise the incredible hard work that Uganda has done to prevent the spread of . , Ministry of Health and Minister Aceng have risen to the occasion making the country stand out in outbreak preparedness and response in the continent" said
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WHO Uganda Sep 16
The 24th Secretary of the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services visited the to discuss , , and other health issues in . This meeting was also to strengthen collaboration & partnership with the government.
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WHO Uganda Sep 16
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"I recognise the incredible hard work that Uganda has done to prevent the spread of . , Ministry of Health and Minister Aceng have risen to the occasion making the country stand out in outbreak preparedness and response in the continent" said
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WHO Uganda Sep 16
The 24th Secretary of the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services visited the to discuss , , and other health issues in . This meeting was also to strengthen collaboration & partnership with the government.
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Ministry of Health- Uganda Sep 16
"I recognise the incredible hard work that has done to prevent the spread of . , and have risen to the occasion making the country stand out in outbreak preparedness and response in the continent" ~
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Dr. Jane Ruth Aceng Sep 16
Privileged to welcome and host US Health and Human Services,Secretary Alex Azar, this morning. His presence strengthens our collaboration and partnership with the US Government which supports a number of areas in health such as: TB, HIV, Malaria, Sickle Cell Disease & epidemics
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WHO Uganda Sep 16
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SAGme was established to tackle malaria eradication, a topic that raises passions, opinions, excitement and concerns. WHO wanted to be central in malaria eradication given its technical capacity and the wide and deep knowledge of the disease at its disposal.
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WHO Uganda Sep 16
In the coming days, we will be running a series of tweets- 1 tweet per day- on the WHO Strategic Advisory Group on malaria eradication SAGme. This is to give our followers a clear understanding of the SAGme and its role in eradication
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WHO Uganda Sep 13
The with support from & has planned a - mass vaccination exercise from 16-20 October 2019. This campaign is intended to interrupt the current Measles-Rubella outbreaks in
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WHO Uganda Sep 12
Vacancy Notice Consultant - Costing the Introduction of Booster Doses of Diphtheria- Tetanus- And Pertussis- Containing Vaccine in Uganda Visit the link below to access details and apply LINK:
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WHO Uganda Aug 29
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The general public is advised not to panic but remain alert and be on the look out for signs and symptoms of .
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