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The World Health Organization (WHO) has urged stakeholders in the health sector to collaborate in reorienting health systems towards a primary ...
GENEVA – The World Health Organization has made climate change its top priority in its four-year work plan adopted at the ...
Cabo Verde, a group of 10 islands in the Central Atlantic Ocean, was declared malaria-free in January. This milestone makes it ...
Israel scored a tactical victory Wednesday evening when World Health Organization (WHO) member states agreed in a vote of 50-44 to ...
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Can Technology Help Address Global Migrant Crisis? Experts Weigh In
As the world grapples with a migrant and refugee crisis of unprecedented scale, with 281m international migrants and 3.5m refugees ...

Syphilis and Other Sexually Transmitted Infections Still Increasing in Many Regions of the World
New WHO data show that new infections from HIV/AIDS are not declining fast enough. Also, syphilis along with other sexually ...

Driving Change: The Push for a WHO Resolution on Self-Care
The rising cost of healthcare is one of the most significant burdens on countries, especially low- and middle-income countries. Research ...

Global Health Policy in Geneva & Worldwide
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Global Health Policy in Geneva & Worldwide
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