According to Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, the director-general of the World Health Organization (WHO), USD 185 million is required to sustain hospitals and supply medications in Afghanistan.
In the midst of the growing fear surrounding the new JN.1 Covid-19 variant, Dr. Soumya Swaminathan, a former head scientist at the World Health Organization (WHO), stated that there is now no reason to panic because this variant is of interest rather than alarm.
Due to fuel shortages and Israeli bombs, only a small portion of Gaza’s hospitals are still open, and those that are are being more and more overloaded with newly arrived wounded.
However, the WHO’s annual World Malaria Report stated that since 2015, progress has already slowed as a result of violence and developing medicine and insecticide resistance.
The seventh week of Israel vs. Hamas’s battle began. Israel’s retaliatory strikes have claimed the lives of nearly 15,000 people, many of them are youngsters, according to the health ministry in Gaza, which is governed by Hamas.
The World Health Organisation (WHO) suggested on Monday the adoption of a second malaria vaccination to prevent the potentially fatal illness that some mosquitoes transmit to people.
tackle hunger and poverty effectively, and reduce humanitarian needs over the long term,” mentioned McCain.
As a result of cough syrups produced there being connected to the deaths of numerous children abroad, India’s reputation as the “pharmacy of the world” has been damaged. As a result, Indian officials have increased inspections at drugmakers.
Covid-19 is still a threat, according to the European office of the World Health Organisation, which stated that it still causes around to 1,000 fatalities a week in the area.
The World Health Organisation declared COVID-19 to no longer be a worldwide health crisis on Friday, marking a significant development in the fight against the pandemic that has claimed the lives of a staggering 6.9 million people, devastated the global economy, and ravaged communities.