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Gavi Sep 21
You may not have heard of them, but these pioneers managed to against diseases like , meningitis & cervical . Meet the women who helped modern :
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Svetlana Axelrod Sep 21
New figures from and show that, despite clear commitments, not enough is being done to reduce deaths from . Countries must act quickly to meet and increase life chances for millions of people around the world.
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Svetlana Axelrod Sep 21
Tackling the harmful use of alcohol is key to reducing the global burden of including liver cirrhosis, cancer and heart disease. To meet countries and the is calling on countries to reduce harmful use of alcohol by 10% by 2025
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Terre des hommes Nepal 2h
We are now close to accomplishing the Bhumlutar health post construction in Kavre. Roofing work of clinic building & construction of water reservoir is ongoing whereas the building of has already come into operation.
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Frontline Health Workers Coalition Sep 19
Q2: The estimates the world will be 18 million health workers short of what’s needed to meet by 2030 if concerted action is not taken. What actions would have the most impact in addressing this gap?
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EFG Hermes 10h
“time for a change of scene”
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Gavi 19h
Did you know against cancer? They could stop more than a MILLION new cases every year, says Here's how ➡️
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MSD Sep 20
We have a responsibility to improve access to medicines and deliver solutions for the world’s most pressing health challenges:
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Smisha Agarwal Sep 19
A6: As Margaret Chan suggests in - does not mean poor care for poor people. Focus on quality and sustained efforts to strengthen systems to support health workers
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UNDP in Serbia 9h
Today, on a bike ride from the crossroads of Bul. Mihaila Pupina and Bul. Nikole Tesle streets to the Zemun pier! Serbia Climate Action Good health Sustain.cities
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Stacey Jones Sep 20
Students exploring mental health issues today and drawing connections between triggers and outcomes
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Mark Gatuati Sep 16
will you represent Japan and join on 29 Sept. in New York to achieve and ?
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Anna Mahalak 10h
Please share my first blog post for the new website - I talk about how local efforts in my hometown connect to what the is doing for “When The National Opioid Crisis Hits Home – And How the UN Is Helping”
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World Bank Data Sep 19
Globally, 1 in 11 deaths is due to injury, and traffic accidents account for over a quarter of these. Over 1.25 million people died from road traffic injuries in 2015. Learn More:
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SIDDHARTH CHATTERJEE Sep 21
Replying to @Atayeshe @UNFPA and 9 others
Great news Natalia & thanks 🙏 for your leadership. A view on public private partnerships from Kenya 🇰🇪. Getting it right we can accelerate & scale up & . V
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Alex Pigot Sep 20
Can achieve a much higher energy target than 30% by 2030 so as to stop and achieve sustainable development goals (clean energy) (climate action) (responsible consumption) (sustainable cities) (good health) ?
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Emi Suzuki Sep 19
This is also why surgery and anesthesia are crucial to global health.
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Ajay Tripathy 14h
Beneficiaries in some parts of rural are literally forced to pay bribe, between 20 – 200 Rupees, to Anganwadi Workers to fill-up forms for getting their entitlements especially under Pradha Manatri Matru Vandana Yojana (Mr. Prabodh from Chhattisgarh at )
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SDGs Info 18h
Sex education is the instruction of issues relating to human sexuality, including emotional relations & responsibilities, human sexual anatomy and sexual activity.
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CYCDI-InnoCreativa Youth Sep 21
We are glad to be part of this project with . Part of our line-up to celebrate Global Day to
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