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It's time to speak up about YOUR health needs: are they covered? Join the #HealthForAll movement!
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In February, WHO released its 2018 list of priority diseases that currently cannot be prevented by vaccination or cured. Disease X stands for the unknown there.
This week, 3 aid planes carrying 59 tons of essential medicines and medical supplies landed in Sana’a Airport, #Yemen. The supplies, provided by WHO and the @WorldBank, contain trauma kits, laboratory reagents, antibiotics, blood bags and interagency emergency health kits.
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A serious international epidemic could be caused by a pathogen currently unknown to cause human disease. Disease X is just an idea to remind us that we should be prepared.
While visiting a dialysis unit at Shifa hospital in #Gaza, I met this woman who can barely afford the transport to get to hospital. Access to essential health services should not depend on where people live. We need #HealthForAll
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Have you heard about Disease X recently? A WHO expert explains what it means. In brief: there is no Disease X.
8 trucks w/ 85 tons of IV fluids, surgical, trauma & burn kits, anaesthesia, antibiotics & other essential drugs—now en route to 160 health facilities in #Idleb and #Aleppo. All part of WHO’s cross-border work out of #Turkey to restore vital health services in northern #Syria.
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OPS felicita a Uruguay por los logros en la reducción de la mortalidad infantil, que con su descenso marcado en las últimas dos décadas, ha logrado ser uno de los países con las mejores tasas de mortalidad infantil de la región. Más info:
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The #Rohingya population in #Bangladesh 🇧🇩 is highly vulnerable & has experienced severe trauma. They are living in extremely difficult conditions. Additional funding is required to support their health needs. Find out more in
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Where you live in the world dramatically affects your access to essential health services #HealthForAll
The 7-year #Syria conflict has led to alarming levels of mental health problems. Meet 4 Syrian health workers, who talk about the mental scars of the crisis, spiralling caseloads and the urgent need for more counsellors.
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Too many people are currently missing out on health coverage. Now is time to speak up about your health needs: Are they covered? Join the #HealthForAll movement.
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With support from the @WorldBank, @UNICEF and WHO, #Diphtheria vaccination campaign for 2.7 million children concludes in #Yemen
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800 million people spend more than 10% of their household budget on healthcare for themselves, a sick child or other family member #HealthForAll
On the frontlines of the fight against #Lassafever in #Nigeria 🇳🇬 – Read how WHO and partners are supporting the response to the
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Today @DrTedros met with @UNRWA in #Gaza. They provide 70% of all primary care services and feed 1 million people. Due to funding shortages, they may have to start winding down services there. Urgent investment is needed to support people in Gaza.
Two new #polio cases were confirmed in #Afghanistan in the past week. Each case is one too many. Today, 70,000 vaccinators will complete one last round to vaccinate any kids who were missed during this week's immunization campaign. To #endpolio we need to reach every child.
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1.3 million people are in need of health assistance in Cox's Bazar, #Bangladesh 🇧🇩@WHOHO appeals to donors to support the health response! Find out more in our donor
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This morning @DrTedros visited Shifa hospital in #Gaza to deliver urgently needed medical supplies. Power cuts and fuel shortages severely affect provision of health services there. Health is a human right and we have to ensure #HealthForAll regardless of where people live.
An inconceivable loss. 7 years of conflict have devastated health in #Syria. Half of all health facilities are damaged or destroyed. 11.3 million people need health support. The suffering of the Syrian people has to end.
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WHO, Lao PDR 🇱🇦 and partners like th@RotaryJapanan are working together to eliminat#schistosomiasisis (snail fever) in affected communities who live and work along the Mekong RiverSf
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Today I visited a pediatric oncology ward at Hadassah hospital in #Jerusalem. I saw a little girl from #Hebron Palestine being treated for cancer. A good example of health as a bridge for peace. #HealthForAll
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An honor to meet with President Abbas to discuss important health issues in #Palestine. WHO’s work is based on the right to health–a common principle. There should be no barriers regardless of ethnicity, religion, gender or anything else. Health is a bridge to peace #HealthForAll
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#Syria: 7 years of health aid to alleviate suffering and save lives
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In #Douma #Eastern_Ghouta, WHO staff examined civilians having stayed in underground shelters for weeks, showing symptoms of skin diseases, vitamin deficiencies in addition to many suffering from malnutrition and chronic diseases.  #Syria
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