Latest news from Allafrica.com -Health feed

Latest news from Allafrica.com -Health feed

  1. South Sudan: Juba Partially Closes Border in Ebola Scare

    05.24 / 19:33 allafrica.com Allafrica.com -Health
    [VOA] State authorities in South Sudan closed part of their border with the Democratic Republic of the Congo last week in an effort to prevent the spread of the deadly Ebola outbreak, declared by the World Health Organization in a remote, northern part of the DRC two weeks…
  2. Zimbabwe: Angry Nurses March

    05.24 / 08:46 allafrica.com Allafrica.com -Health
    [New Zimbabwe] Hundreds of nurses Tuesday staged a protest at Parirenyatwa Hospital in Harare to express their disgruntlement over the inefficiencies of the Health Services Board (HSB) since its…
  3. Zambia: Typhoid Outbreak in Lusaka

    05.24 / 08:46 allafrica.com Allafrica.com -Health
    [Zambia Reports] Residents in Lusaka's Kalingalinga are up in arms with the Ministry of Health following the outbreak of typhoid in…
  4. Nigeria: Why Buhari Could Not Be Treated in Nigeria - Health Minister

    05.24 / 06:55 allafrica.com Allafrica.com -Health
    [This Day] Abuja -The Minister of Health, Prof. Isaac Folorunso Adewole, has assured Nigerians and the international community that there is no cause for concern over President Muhammadu Buhari's…
  5. Uganda: 1,500 Medical Professionals to Get Jobs in Libya

    05.24 / 06:55 allafrica.com Allafrica.com -Health
    [Monitor] Kampala -Arrangements have been finalised for Ugandan medical professionals to get employment in Libya, in the move to enhance the fight against unemployment in the…
  6. Sudan: Pregnancy and War - Women At Risk in the Nuba Mountains

    05.24 / 04:56 allafrica.com Allafrica.com -Health
    [Nuba Reports] During one of the worst aerial bomb attacks against the rebel-controlled areas in the Nuba Mountains, Awatif Ali Mohammed was very pregnant. Sudan government warplanes had bombed over 750 civilian targets in late 2014 and Awatif had miraculously given birth while evading the shrapnel and mayhem around…
  7. Africa: Africa Rising - Tedros Elected to Head WHO by Wide Margin

    05.23 / 18:58 allafrica.com Allafrica.com -Health
    [allAfrica] Cape Town -After a bruising end to an aggressive campaign, Africa's choice to lead the UN World Health Organization prevailed over Britain's candidate David Nabarro at the World Health Assembly in Geneva Tuesday. The vote was 133 for Ethiopia's former health minister to 50 for Nabarro in a third round, where each UN member state had one…
  8. Africa: World Health Assembly Elects Dr Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus to Lead WHO

    05.23 / 18:58 allafrica.com Allafrica.com -Health
    [WHO] Geneva -Today the Member States of WHO elected Dr Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus as the new Director-General of…