WHO Global Conference on Noncommunicable diseases: Enhancing policy coherence between different spheres of policy making that have a bearing on attaining SDG target 3.4 on NCDs by 2030

Montevideo, Uruguay, 18-20 October 2017

About the conference

World Health Organization (WHO) is organizing the Global Conference on Noncommunicable diseases (NCDs): Enhancing policy coherence between different spheres of policy making that have a bearing on attaining SDG target 3.4 on NCDs to, by 2030, reduce by one third

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September 2020 Intake: General Nurse Training

All candidates who received messages that they were shortlisted for interviews should report for interviews at the nearest nurse training school. the dates of interview are 7-11 September 2020 at 0730hrs.

HIV Testing Services (HTS)

HIV testing serves as an entry point to HIV prevention, care and treatment programs.

In late 2015, the country adopted the UNAIDS 90-90-90 Global Fast Track targets aimed at ensuring that by 2020:

  • 90% of all people living with HIV will know their HIV status;

  • 90% of all people diagnosed HIV positive will receive sustained antiretroviral therapy; and
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10 GREAT REASONS TO BREASTFEED YOUR BABY

Breastfeeding is one of the most natural and beneficial acts a mother can do for her child.  Dramatic health benefits have been proven to pass from mother to child through breastmilk, from antibodies which protect an infant at birth...to the exclusive nutrients in mother's milk which have been shown to prevent a number of childhood diseases...the benefits are incalculable.  There is no other single action by which a mother can so impact the present and future health of her baby. Yet, in today's society, breastfeeding is often thought of as unnecessary.  Young mothers are mistakenly led to believe that formula does very well as a replacement for breastmilk.  It emphatically does not! Here are some of the reasons why you should breast feed your baby.

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