WHO-Africa- Full impact of devastated health services in north-eastern Nigeria revealed by WHO report
14 December 2016 | GENEVA – One third of more than 700 health facilities in Borno State, north-eastern Nigeria, have been completely destroyed, according to a report released today by WHO. Of those facilities remaining, one third are not functioning at all.
“High insecurity, difficult terrain and lack of health workers, medicines, equipment and basic amenities such as safe water are making access to essential, lifesaving health care extremely difficult for people in this conflict-affected area,” says Dr Wondi Alemu, WHO Representative in Nigeria.
“WHO’s top priority is to help save lives and prevent sickness among the estimated 6 million people who need health assistance in this crisis.”
from English – WHO | Regional Office for Africa http://ift.tt/2gI2owv
WHO-Africa- Tobacco control can save billions of dollars and millions of lives
Global Grape Seed Oil Sales Market 2016 by Manufacturers, Regions, Type and Application, Forecast to 2021.
WHO-Africa- Immunization in Africa: Progress made – but it’s time to up the game
WHO-Africa- Malaria control improves for vulnerable in Africa, but global progress off-track