Friday, 24 March 2017
 

Doctors in Kenya have agreed to end a 100-day strike that has paralysed the country's public health system.

Emergency services in Zimbabwe's public hospitals are grinding to a halt after nurses joined doctors on strike.

Rural communities are being encouraged to take a leading role in conserving the environment with the aim of sustaining water catchment areas in the country.

Nsanje District Health Office says there is an increase in mortality as recorded in its Nutrition Rehabilitation Unit (NRU) due to late HIV detection and malnutrition related complications.

Representatives of Foundation for Community Support Services (FOCUS) are of the view that community empowerment in health rights is the only solution in solving problems in the health sector.

A Malawian family based in Lilongwe, has initiated two developmental projects in the central region district of Dedza.

The world’s first HIV vaccine efficacy study is now underway at several South African research centers

The problem of drug shortage continues in public hospitals, with some medical doctors allegedly cashing in on the little drugs that are made available.

A call has been made to Ward Councilors, council secretariat and the health sector in Mzimba to ensure increased transparency and public participation in national and district budgets for better health service delivery.

An Aberdeen student is set to travel thousands of miles to Malawi to carry out humanitarian work.

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