Health

World Health Day

7 APRIL Every year since 1948, April 7 has been celebrated as International Health Day. 1948 is the year in which the first World Health Organization (WHO) Assembly was held, which decided to establish, through resolution WHA/A.2/Res.35, a day dedicated to world health. As such, the purpose of this occasion is to promote global health […]

Poor children

Feeding poor children in Kaliro,Uganda

POOR CHILDREN  The African continent is home to more than 400 million poor children, and the number continues to grow. Africa’s child population is expected to reach 1 billion by 2055. This makes it the most prominent child population on the entire continent. In some African countries, such as Uganda and Angola, half of the residents […]

Mental health

Mental Health Over the past 10 years, awareness of the importance of promoting mental well-being has progressively increased in South Africa. Most of the awareness campaigns focused on depression, suicidal thoughts and suicide, and alcohol abuse. Among the most important, but often underestimated disorders, there are those concerning the sphere of anxiety. The most recent […]

The right to health and well being for children of all ages.

THE RIGHT TO HEALTH The right to health in Africa is still a privilege for a few. The supply of vaccines makes apparent disparities between the north and south of the world, between developed and poorer countries, and how this economic distance is reflected in the ability of states to provide for the health of […]

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