Nigeria set to vaccinate 25 million people, its biggest yellow fever campaign ever

Nigeria set to vaccinate 25 million people, its biggest yellow fever campaign ever

Dignitaries proudly showing the STG/NEMLIT. From Left to right: Mr Daudi Msasi, the Chief Pharmacist, Dr. Gavin Surgey from PRICELESS South Africa,  Dr. Mohammed Bakari Kambi, the Chief Medical Officer,  Honourable Ummy Ally Mwalimu, Minister of Health, Community Development, Gender, Elderly and Children,  Dr. Matthieu Kamwa, WHO Representative a.i, and Dr Mohammed Ali Mohammed, Director, Health Quality Assurance.

Strengthening rational use of Medicines in Tanzania

OIC Zimbabwe, Dr Juliet Nabyonga handing over the kits to Dr Portia Manangazira, Director Epidemiolgy and Disease Control in Ministry of Health and Child Care

WHO hands over cholera and Reproductive health kits to Ministry of Health and Child Care

Dr Tegegn (left) and Hon Sam Kutesa discuss during the ceremony

New WHO Representative officially assumes duty in Uganda

Health Professionals and officers from other key stakeholders participating in the traning workshop on AMR

Antimicrobial Consumption Monitoring in Mauritius

WR during the handing over ceremony of Motorcycles to the Minister of Health, at the Federal Minister of Health

WHO hands over 853 motorcycles to all LGAs in Nigeria for timely reporting of priority diseases.