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  • Botswana’s national African Vaccination Week commemoration - April 24th 2017 in Rasesa – Kgatleng District Rasesa Village, Kgatleng District – 24 April 2017: A high profile and well attended community African Vaccination Week commemoration was held in Rasesa Village in Kgatleng District. Among dignitaries in attendance was the representative of the Honourable Minister of Health and Wellness DR Haruna Jibril, including Kgosi Rasesa and other Kgosi from the district environs. The Honourable Member of Parliament for Mochudi North West Hon. Gilbert Mangole accompanied by Honourable councillors from Pilane, Bokaa, Boseja, Rasesa led by Vice Chairperson…
  • Minister of Health and Wellness kicks off Public Lecture Series The Minister of Health and Wellness, Honourable Dorcas Makgato delivered the first of a series of lectures on Health and Development at the University of Botswana Conference Centre. Fittingly, the inaugural lecture was on the importance of inter-sectoral action on the social determinants of health. Honourable Makgato intimated that her Ministry will work with other sectors to identify and address their impact on health to enable them accentuate the positives and mitigate the negatives.
  • British High Commissioner visits Botswana Country Office Gaborone, Botswana, 7 April 2017 - Her Excellency, Katie Ransome, the British High Commissioner to Botswana visited the WHO Botswana Country Office to explore opportunities for collaboration between her office and the WHO Country Office. Her visit coincided with the presence of the WHO Regional Director for Africa, Dr Matshidiso Moeti, in Botswana. Dr Moeti was in the country to attend the UN Africa Regional Director’s meeting. The Regional Director’s presence and leadership of the meeting broadened the discussions to…
  • World TB Day Commemoration: “Unite to End TB” Kanye, Botswana - 24th March 2017: The 2017 National World TB Day was commemorated in Kanye in the Southern part of the country under the theme. “Unite to End TB”. This campaign resonates very well with the Post 2015 TB global End TB strategy and seeks to foster strong stakeholder mobilization, high level advocacy and inclusiveness irrespective of nationality, age, gender or profession. The ceremony was attended by community members and dignitaries including members of parliament.
  • WHO Representative gives an interview on Addis Declaration on Immunization WHO Representative in Botswana gives an interview on Radio RB2 on Addis Declaration on Immunization. He highlighted that the declaration is an opportunity to bridge all the gaps of inequity ensuring that all people have access to accessible, affordable, equitable immunizations services irrespective of where they live or where they were born or their level of economic status.