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Unequal Mercy

Truth Dig 07 Dec 2022
Almost anyone would agree that war is horrifying and peaceful countries should do their best to help its victims ... That hurts ... I could go on ... And Britain has locked thousands of refugees in warehouses, passed laws denying them basic services like health care and housing, and tried to implement a policy of forcibly deporting some of them to Rwanda ... .
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Unequal mercy: The West's approach to refugees

Alternet 05 Dec 2022
Helen Benedict, The Increasing Persecution of Refugees ... (“They’re bringing drugs. They’re bringing crime. They’re rapists ... So, my suggestion ... Tom ... And Britain has locked thousands of refugees in warehouses, passed laws denying them basic services like health care and housing, and tried to implement a policy of forcibly deporting some of them to Rwanda ... .
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Rising to the challenges of Aids

Independent online (SA) 02 Dec 2022
The upcoming 2nd International Conference on Public Health in Africa (CPHIA 2022) December 13-15 in Kigali, Rwanda, will shine the spotlight on this connection and the urgent need to focus on HIV response together with tuberculosis (TB), malaria and other neglected tropical diseases (NTDs).
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Babyl & Novo Nordisk partner to provide an innovative approach to diabetes awareness and care ...

The Facts 01 Dec 2022
“Screening, managing and follow-up of diabetes in patients is a significant challenge for Rwanda’s health sector and digitization could be a game changer,” said Dr.
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HIV/AIDS discrimination, stigma decrease in Rwanda: official

Xinhua 01 Dec 2022
In Rwanda, HIV prevalence in the population has stagnated at 3 percent over the past more than 15 years among people aged 15 years and above, according to data from the Ministry of Health. At least 94 percent of HIV-positive individuals are on anti-retroviral drugs with HIV treatment services accessible at all health facilities in the country.
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How to pay for universal health care

Economist 01 Dec 2022
This film explores how poor nations can make health care affordable for their citizens.
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Kate Spade New York Hosts a Discussion on “Empowerment Through Mental Health,” Featuring Conversations With ...

Yahoo Daily News 30 Nov 2022
Speakers included representatives from kate spade new york's Social Impact Council, individuals with their own lived experience of mental health conditions, and experts including; ... "We started this work ten years ago with our partners in Rwanda, and since then, have integrated mental health into our women's and girl's empowerment work globally.
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Rwandan president sacks health officials

Xinhua 29 Nov 2022
The Minister of Health ... Nsanzimana holds a Master's Degree in Clinical Epidemiology from the National University of Rwanda and a PhD in Epidemiology from Swiss Tropical and Public Health Institute, University of Basel, Switzerland ... Rwandan president sacks health officials.
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PURPOSE DRIVEN E-COMMERCE SITE, OLIVELA LAUNCHES "STAND WITH HER" - A CAMPAIGN IN SUPPORT OF ...

Victoria Advocate 29 Nov 2022
OLIVELA was founded by American entrepreneur, Stacey Boyd, following her experience visiting refugee camps in Kenya and Rwanda with Malala Fund. Stacey realized that the opportunities we take for granted such as access to education and health are particularly life-changing for women in low-to-middle income countries.
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Invest in health systems for economic prosperity

Khaleejtimes 28 Nov 2022
No one could have predicted the extent to which Covid-19 would erode decades of progress in global public health ... In Rwanda, the WHO will directly advise the government on rebuilding the country’s National Health Laboratory, with financing from the European Commission and the EIB ... Again, to invest in health is to promote good economic policy.
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Global health is the best investment we can make

Taipei Times 27 Nov 2022
No one could have predicted the extent to which the COVID-19 pandemic would erode decades of progress in global public health, and the world is still reeling from the shock ... In Rwanda, the WHO is to directly advise the government on rebuilding the country’s National Health Laboratory, with financing from the European Commission and the EIB.
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Rwanda launches 16 days of activism against gender-based violence

Xinhua 26 Nov 2022
UN Women Country Representative in Rwanda Jennet Kem said gender-based violence impacts girls' and women's health as well as their other freedoms, adding that the violence reduces their ability to study and work and limits their access to essential services as well as their enjoyment of cultural and recreational opportunities.
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Parent-Child Conversations on Sexual Reproductive Health Rare - Study

All Africa 25 Nov 2022
A new study carried out across seven districts of Rwanda has shown that many youth are reluctant to talk to their parents about sexual and reproductive health ....
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Assessing Nigeria’s Commitment towards Financing Health Security

This Day 24 Nov 2022
Poor Health Financing and its Consequences ... Improved 2023 Proposed Health Budget ... The health sector also gets N81.47 billion under the service-wide vote ... While countries like Rwanda and South Africa have met the commitment by allocating at least 15 per cent of their total budgets to health, Nigeria has not found the way or the will to do so.
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Feature: Chinese-built projects improve quality of life in northern Rwanda

People Daily 17 Nov 2022
In the future, it is also expected to serve as a teaching hospital and medical research institution of the Global Health Equity University in the same region. It will provide medical internship opportunities for students, and serve as a training ground for highly skilled medical and health personnel in Rwanda.

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