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New global commitment to end tuberculosis

New global commitment to end tuberculosis

11/17/17 6:10 am

UN leaders appeal for immediate lifting of humanitarian blockade in Yemen – lives of millions are at risk

UN leaders appeal for immediate lifting of humanitarian blockade in Yemen – tens of thousands of lives at imminent risk

11/16/17 5:00 am

WHO welcomes appointment of new Executive Director of the Global Fund

WHO welcomes appointment of new Executive Director to the Global Fund

11/14/17 6:00 am

Launch of special initiative to address climate change impact on health in Small Island Developing States

Launch of special initiative to address climate change impact on health in Small Island Developing States

11/12/17 5:10 am

WHO warns that more people will die if ports in Yemen do not reopen to humanitarian aid

9 November, 2017 – For the fourth consecutive day, the World Health Organization’s operations in Yemen have been severely hampered due to the closure of all land, sea and air ports.

11/09/17 1:50 am

Stop using antibiotics in healthy animals to prevent the spread of antibiotic resistance

Stop using antibiotics in healthy animals to preserve their effectiveness

11/07/17 6:45 am

WHO Global Leadership Meeting concludes with new commitment to delivering results in countries

WHO Global Leadership Meeting concludes with new commitment to delivering results in countries

11/02/17 7:30 am

Close to 3 million people access hepatitis C cure

Close to 3 million people access hepatitis C cure

10/30/17 7:45 pm

WHO report signals urgent need for greater political commitment to end tuberculosis

WHO report signals urgent need for greater political commitment to end TB

10/30/17 7:30 am

Substantial decline in global measles deaths, but disease still kills 90 000 per year

Substantial decline in global measles deaths, but disease still kills 90 000 per year

10/26/17 11:30 am