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  1. VIDEO - The EU Continues to Deliver in the Fight against Ebola: Prevention and Preparedness are key - Carla Montesi, EuropeAid

    The current situation The situation remains serious, despite the impressive mobilisation of international support. The Ebola epidemic is affecting the most vulnerable countries. It has a direct impact on their livelihoods and economies. And many economic sectors are affected including not just...
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  2. Focus on Ebola

    The recent Ebola virus outbreak has taken the world by surprise. Infecting over 17000 people, and resulting in a reported 6070 deaths to date*, this outbreak has raised several questions. Were we prepared enough to deal with such an outbreak? Was the international community too slow to respond? How...
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  3. Clean Energy Democratization in Nigeria

    In Nigeria, more than 85,000 deaths Occur annually, largely women and children are affected. Green Energy & Biofuels is a Social Enterprise doing something about it by converting Wastes; primarily Saw dust and Water Hyacinth into a Clean, Safe and Cheap BioEthanol Gel for Healthy Cooking. See...
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  4. Stories of change from Uganda - Government allocates 10 million USD to IRS to fight malaria

    BACKGROUND In Uganda, approximately 16 million malaria cases are reported, and over 6,000 deaths annually. Every day, up to 16 people die in Uganda, as a result of preventable Malaria. This situation has become Uganda the 9 th highest malaria burden country in the world. The burden of malaria is...
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  5. Brochure: Restaurer le système de santé en RCA

    LE FONDS BEKOU Est le premier fonds multi-bailleurs de l’Union européenne créé le 15 juillet 2014 à l’initiative de l’Union européenne, en tant que partenaire privilégié de la RCA, et de trois de ses états membres: la France, l’Allemagne et les Pays-Bas. Ce fonds a été baptisé Bêkou, ce qui...
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  6. Every Little Bit Helps

    Fostering Community Spirit in the Central African Republic International Medical Corps has been providing medical relief in the Central African Republic (CAR), a country haunted by instability and grappling with a weakened health system, since 2007. We are currently providing healthcare and other...
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  7. Treating Invisible Wounds

    Mental Health and Psychosocial Support In The Central African Republic The military-political crisis that broke out in 2012 has severely crippled the healthcare system in the Central African Republic (CAR). This is especially true when it comes to mental health services. Stigmatisation and...
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  8. The Triplets From Takamala

    What is it like to give birth in a country with one of the highest maternal mortality rates in the world? In the Central African Republic (CAR), this is not a theoretical question but a stark reality. Plagued by unrest and turmoil, the country is now in urgent need of humanitarian aid and time...
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  9. Brochure: RESTAURER LE SYSTÈME DE SANTÉ EN RCA

    LE FONDS BEKOU Est le premier fonds multi-bailleurs de l’Union européenne créé le 15 juillet 2014 à l’initiative de l’Union européenne, en tant que partenaire privilégié de la RCA, et de trois de ses...
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  10. Right to health and social justice in Bangladesh: ethical dilemmas and obligations of state and non-state actors to ensure health for urban poor

    The urban healthcare for the poor in the area of NCDs is one of the topcis in the SHARE project. Attached publication is from the senior researchers in the SHARE project. This is the conclusion of...
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  11. Strengthening Integration of Nutrition within Health Sector Programmes : An Evidence-based Planning Resources

    An overview of evidence on nutrition interventions delivered through the health sector, highlighting the importance of strengthening the delivery and effectiveness of selected cost-effective...
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  12. SHARE project Bangladesh - Health Policy Dialogue: Engaging Private Sector to Achieve Universal Health Coverage

    To undertake policy analysis on emerging health issues in Bangladesh and promote discussions on evidence-informed health policy process for improved health outcomes, a Health Policy Dialogue titled “Engaging Private Sector to Achieve Universal Health Coverage in Bangladesh”, took place on 28 April...
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  13. RIPSEC project DR Congo - Awareness workshop of stakeholders and decision makers on the use of evidence

    On May 11 th 2018, the “ Centre de Connaissance en Santé au Congo (CCSC) ” organised a workshop to sensitize stakeholders to use scientific evidence for public health decision making. The primary aim was to obtain commitment from participants to use scientific evidence in the decision-making...
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  14. Early Warning System Toolkit, a guide for practitioners in Mangochi and Salima districts, Malawi

    COOPI/Malawi/2017. This toolkit is designed to support hazard and vulnerability mapping of Mangochi and Salima Districts in southern Malawi. It provides an introduction and practical guide to...
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  15. SHARE project Bangladesh - Discussion on Community Participation in Healthcare Services in Jhenaidah Paurashava

    On 26 December 2017, a discussion on “Community Participation in Healthcare Services in Jhenaidah Paurashava” was held at the AID Foundation, Jhenaidah. This discussion was organized to involve local communities in program planning and execution, to ensure that healthcare strategies are suitable...
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  16. SPEED project Uganda - Indoor Residual Spraying: The low cost intervention for eliminating malaria in Uganda

    The SPEED Project at Makerere University School of Public Health recently held a consultative meeting with different actors and stakeholders in malaria control in Northern Uganda on the benefits and challenges of Indoor Residual Spraying as a key malaria control strategy. The meeting that brought...
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  17. Aid for Health: Europe’s Biggest Economies Continue to Evade Commitments on Global Health

    A new Action for Global Health report reveals that Europe’s biggest economies are shirking their aid commitments by failing to pay billions of Euros that should have been allocated to global health. The report finds that Europe’s wealthiest nations are still giving proportionally less than poorer...
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  18. Analysis of selected policies towards universal health coverage in Uganda: the policy implementation barometer protocol

    Abstract Background Policy implementation remains an under researched area in most low and middle income countries and it is not surprising that several policies are implemented without a systematic follow up of why and how they are working or failing. This study is part of a larger project called...
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