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Event
April 12, 2013

 

Accelerating the Scale-Up of Maternal and Newborn Health Interventions to Reduce Mortality

Event
April 5, 2013

World Health Worker Week is an opportunity to mobilize communities, partners, and policy makers in support of health workers. It is a time to celebrate the work that health workers do and to raise awareness of the challenges that they face every day.

Event
April 5, 2013

Theme for 2013: High blood pressure

Organization
April 3, 2013

The Campaign on Accelerated Reduction of Maternal Mortality in Africa (CARMMA) was initiated by the African Union Commission to address the challenges of maternal mortality in African countries.

Event
April 3, 2013

The Statutory Sessions of the AU Conference of Ministers of Health are convened every two years. The last Ordinary Session (5th Session) was held in Windhoek, Namibia in April 2011 under the theme: “The Impact of Climate Change on Health and Development in Africa”.

News
March 7, 2013

Johannesburg - A three-year clinical trial involving over 5,000 women in East and Southern Africa has found that pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) - whether a vaginal gel or an oral tablet - is not effective at preventing HIV infection in young, unmarried women.

Organization
January 28, 2013

To address the challenge of HIV/AIDS in Africa, 37 African First Ladies and representatives gathered in Geneva in 2002. This meeting was facilitated by UNAIDS and the International AIDS Trust (IAT).

Event
January 22, 2013

The HIV Capacity Summit 2013 is designed to contribute to the good practice within the HIV and health service delivery in the Eatern Southern African region. The Summit’s objectives are as follows:

News
January 21, 2013

Johannesburg — The President of South Africa, Jacob Zuma, UNAIDS Executive Director, Michel Sidibé and the President of the Confederation of African Football, Issa Hayatou launched the “Protect the Goal” initiative on January 19

News
January 18, 2013

By Alvin Powell - Harvard AIDS researchers gathered at the Harvard School of Public Health (HSPH) last Thursday to mark 10 years of work under a key federal anti-AIDS program that has been instrumental in stemming the tide of a disease that onc