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Soumya Swaminathan: Just what the doctor ordered

Soumya Swaminathan: Just what the doctor ordered

Soumya Swaminathan’s appointment as World Health Organisation’s deputy director offers an opportunity to push for improving the medical research environment in India, reports Veena Mani. Her famous father, M S Swaminathan, played a key role in revolutionising agriculture in India. Now, Dr Soumya Swaminathan, the newly appointed deputy director of the World Health Organisation, the first Indian to hold the post, has the opportunity to make her mark in healthcare from the vantage ..., 1 week ago
ICMR chief appointed to WHOs 2nd post, 2 weeks ago

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Lecture on health amp education

Assam Rifles camp located at Tupul today organised a lecture on "Health and Education" along with a yoga session for students and staff of Pattern Life and Elementary School, Tupul . The aim of the programme was to educate students and staff on various water ...
 E Pao!6 days ago Free health camp organised at Sadia  The Assam Tribune1 week ago Medical camp organised  The Assam Tribune1 week ago New compound found which kills cancer without harming healthy cells  Business Standard1 week ago

WHO kicks off massive cholera campaign for Rohingyas at Cox's Bazar

The World Health Organisation (WHO) on Tuesday launched a oral cholera vaccination campaign at camps inhabited by the Rohingyas in Bangladesh's Cox's Bazar to protect the community members from the infection.For the campaign, claimed to be the second largest ...
 Prokerala1 week ago WHO warns of cholera threat in Bangladesh Rohingya camps  Deccan Herald4 weeks ago Over 700,000 people given oral cholera vaccine in Rohingya camps in B'desh  Deccan Herald3 days ago Mass vaccination against cholera begins in Bangladesh Rohingya camps  Sify1 week ago

WHO control room in Cox's Bazar for health response to Rohingyas

Cox's Bazar (Bangladesh), Sep 22 (IANS) The World Health Organisation (WHO) has set up a control room here as part of the humanitarian health response to 422,000 Rohingyas residing in camps and settlements, said a statement from the global body on Friday. The ...
 Sify1 month ago

WHO ready to help India eliminate TB by 2025

India is committed to eliminating tuberculosis (TB) by 2025, according to the World Health Organisation (WHO) which is ready to help the country achieve the target by developing strategies in collaboration with the government to fight the deadly disease. The ...
 Business Standard1 month ago

Milkha appointed WHO ambassador

Legendary athlete Milkha Singh was on Friday appointed the World Health Organisation's goodwill ambassador for physical activity in the South-East Asia Region, the WHO confirmed in a statement."Promoting physical activity for health is an important ...
 Prokerala2 months ago Milkha Singh appointed WHO's ambassador for physical activity  DNA2 months ago Milkha Singh appointed WHO Goodwill Ambassador for physical activity  catchnews.com2 months ago

Campaign To address child health and malnutrition in Odisha

The Voice for Child Rights in Odisha (VCRO), in collaboration with Child Rights and You (CRY), a leading child rights organisation, launched a campaign to address the issue of child health and malnutrition in five tribal districts of Odisha.
 DNA2 months ago New guideline for severely malnourished children  DNA1 month ago RUTF: Lack of policy only helps suppliers, not malnourished children  catchnews.com1 month ago
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NGO in India organises fundraiser for project that promotes entrepreneurship, eye healthcare, gender inclusion

As a part of the government of Odisha's initiative to promote self-reliance and economic independence among the visually-impaired women of Gajapati district, a Sanitary Napkin Unit has been proposed to be set up. This unit will be operated and marketed by the ...
 Business Standard2 months ago

Efforts to eliminate hepatitis gaining momentum: WHO

Efforts to eliminate hepatitis is gaining momentum, according to World Health Organisation (WHO) data from 28 countries, including India, which represents around 70 per cent of the global burden of the disease.
 DNA2 months ago

$800mn needed to eliminate measles from South East Asia by 2020: WHO

The World Health Organisation (WHO) needs to pump in over $800 million to eliminate measles from five developing economies of South East Asia (SEA) -- Bangladesh, India, Indonesia, Myanmar and Timor Leste -- by 2020, the global health body said on ...
 Prokerala1 month ago WHO urges action for eliminating hepatitis in India, SE Asia  Business Standard2 months ago
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