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Dr Cory Couillard
Dr Ireland, from #Liberia, survived #Ebola. Now, he trains a new generation of health workers goo.gl/iM6VKN pic.twitter.com/ocE2KtZvaI
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.@WHO mobilizes 164 500 doses of oral #cholera vaccine to help control the cholera outbreak in #Tanzania goo.gl/bgfNGC
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#EbolaResponse partners are tackling Ebola hotspots in #Guinea. Today, we met with communities in Forecariah pic.twitter.com/yt0Rb2rmGg
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Child survival in #Tanzania soars but mothers & newborns left behind - new @CD2015mnch study with @MARCH_LSHTM: bit.ly/1MZiGqR
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You can promote well- being by adopting positive lifestyles such as regular exercising and eating right! pic.twitter.com/lIHeu1kQ46
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I encourage national #health authorities to support policies to attain self‐sufficiency in safe #blood & blood products. #GiveBlood
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Ghana Ministry of Health & WHO conducts #Ebola Simulation today to test response plan. team sets up simulation. pic.twitter.com/17ulncgBMY
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#CARcrisis 1.5 mln ppl are food insecure. We need to provide ag inputs for the planting season bit.ly/1A4zV2D pic.twitter.com/J8Fa69BjQb
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Urgent financing required to finalize preps for upcoming elections in Central African Rep - @UNDPAfrica on.undp.org/O2RHL
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Experts agree to develop robust #blood transfusion services in #Ebola affected and unaffected countries goo.gl/7YOzTf
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Donate Blood to support #AccraFloods those affected by the flood & fire disaster nbsghana.org Photo WHO pic.twitter.com/rxlL40cwVp
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#Congo: “My children don’t get sick as often.” Clean drinking water is no longer a luxury: ow.ly/NZ6bq pic.twitter.com/JvgzKgaYBv
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#Diabetes care costs #G7 countries US$414 billion/year, impeding social and economic growth. @g7 must take action. cards.twitter.com/cards/18ce53z9…
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.@MoetiTshidi: Stopping the loss of millions of young lives from #pneumonia & #diarrhoea by 2025 is within our grasp goo.gl/94mwFM
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Has South Africa done enough for primary healthcare so far ? Which is being discussed now on @cnbcafrica DStv410 #HealthinAfrica15 #WEF410
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Dr Sarah Barber, @WHO Rep. for South #Africa live on @cnbcafrica health panel discussing #HealthinAfrica15 #WEFAfrica15
WHO strengthens capacities of national #blood transfusion systems in #Ebola-affected countries reliefweb.int/report/sierra-… via @reliefweb
Happening now: The UN General Assembly discusses the #EbolaResponse and what it will take to get to zero cases webtv.un.org/live-now/watch…
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Niger meningitis epidemic has peaked, 545 dead: WHO says reut.rs/1ERU5hg
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Proper triage, rehydration and isolation of patients key to bring cholera outbreak in Tanzania under control: WHO afro.who.int/en/tanzania/pr…
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Niger #meningitis epidemic has peaked, 545 dead: WHO says reut.rs/1I8sdtK via @Reuters
#SouthSudan hunger at its worst since independence in 2011 - experts reut.rs/1LJo1BX via @Reuters
#Smoking Cessation Programmes in #Mauritius help tobacco users kick the habit goo.gl/sD9UKi @WHOAFRO #NoTobacco
Video Message of @MoetiTshidi, Regional Director for Africa on the occasion of World No #Tobacco Day 2015 goo.gl/D0vwhq #NoTobacco
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Tanzania #cholera epidemic improving but ‘significant challenges’ still remain – UN: un.org/apps/news/stor…
.@WHO Rep. for #Tanzania, Dr Chatora: Despite significant improvements the crisis remains dire goo.gl/ISU12t pic.twitter.com/2Ksl4S9GYZ
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Geneva press briefing: @AdrianEdwrds for @Refugees, & @WHO, on health situation of Burundian refugees in #Tanzania pic.twitter.com/9jo4BHDRky
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Dr Chan: What is the role of private sector in #cancer prevention and control? We need to find solutions to move forward #WHA68
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WHO: Cholera kills 30 Burundi refugees in Tanzanian camp news24.com/Africa/News/WH…
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Had an excellent meeting with @WHOAFRO RD @MoetiTshidi about working together 2 further strengthen #vaccine coverage & equity #vaccineswork
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.@WHOAFRO is sending essential medicines and other Emergency supplies to support #Tanzania to respond to the crisis
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Etienne Krug, @WHO : "I am proud to announce that World Health Day 2016 will be dedicated to #diabetes." #WHA68 #WDD pic.twitter.com/UxRiuG7eqd
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Burundian refugees in #Tanzania hit by devastating outbreaks of #cholera gu.com/p/493jd/stw @guardian @WHOAFRO
Rheumatic #heart #disease is the most common acquired heart disease in #children in many countries, especially in developing countries
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My latest from WHO talks - New #Ebola cases in Guinea, Sierra Leone show huge effort still needed - WHO - reut.rs/1Lhacuk
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Nyarugusu refugee camp's facilities overstretched, refugees now being housed in local schools in Tanzania, says WHO. #Burundi #SABCNews
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WHO warns that a severe humanitarian crisis is developing in Tanzania where 500 to 2,000 refugees from Burundi are arriving daily. #SABCNews
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Regional Director of @WHOAFRO Dr Moeti: strengthening health systems important to address #RHD @MoetiTshidi #WHA68 pic.twitter.com/a9O2sWciCh
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Together with the @_AfricanUnion, we have an opportunity to transform #Africa & strengthen #health & economic security #AfricanCDC
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