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#TRIBECON begins #Pravara; felicitations to #AbhayBang @SearchGad & #sudarshan #VGKK for their inspiring work on #TribalHealth; @DrLahariya @whoindia among others felicitated
#abhayBang #healthsystem design for tribal communities need to be relooked for #UHC; strategies & schemes must adapt with local social & cultural context; recollects #Brainstorming with @DesirajuKeshav at @SearchGad leading to #ExpertCommittee #tribalhealth @TribalHealthIND
#TRIBECON #AbhayBang notes with happiness increasing interest in #tribalhealth research, yet this continues to be “off the beaten path”; congratulations to #pravara medical college in bringing this together; the proposed #Bandardhara declaration to improve #tribalhealth research
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Congratulations, #Kenya 🇰🇪, for joining Ghana and Malawi – to launch the world’s first #malaria vaccine today! bit.ly/2kkJ4bS

#EndMalaria🦟
@WHOAFRO @PATHtweets @gavi @GlobalFund @UNITAID The #malaria vaccine, known as RTS,S, will be available to children from 6 months of age in selected areas in Kenya, Ghana and Malawi in a phased pilot introduction bit.ly/2kkJ4bS

#EndMalaria🦟
30 years in the making, RTS,S is the first, and to date the only, vaccine that has demonstrated it can significantly reduce #malaria in children bit.ly/2kkJ4bS

#EndMalaria🦟
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Happening now at #NFELTPX19: Presentation on Outbreak of Cerebro-Spinal Meningitis in Nigeria 2018-2019 season: epidemiological features and lessons learnt by Rimandeyati Yashe
The major lesson we learn during our study was that the availability of Cerebrospinal Meningitis (CSM) guidelines and preparedness plans at the lower levels did not translate to usage- Rimandeyati Yashe at #NFELTPX19
States should institute measures to ensure prudent use of antimicrobial agent in poultry production- Abubakar Isyaku urges in his presentation on AMR Profile of Salmonella Isolates from Chickens in Sokoto, 2019, at #NFELTPX19
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"#Malaria deaths have fallen by more than half since the year 2000, thanks to the intensive efforts of partners"

-@DrTedros bit.ly/2m2cCLD #EndMalaria🦟
@DrTedros @WHOAFRO @WHOSEARO @WHOWPRO @WHOEMRO @WHO_Europe @pahowho "We have succeeded in eliminating #malaria from many parts of the world. By the 1950s, malaria had been eliminated from much of the temperate zone.
Until now, WHO has certified 38 countries and overseas territories as malaria-free"
-@DrTedros bit.ly/2m2cCLD #EndMalaria🦟
@DrTedros @WHOAFRO @WHOSEARO @WHOWPRO @WHOEMRO @WHO_Europe @pahowho "WHO is committed to leading the global effort to make #malaria history"

-@DrTedros bit.ly/2m2cCLD #EndMalaria🦟
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Live from Geneva: Q&A on #malaria eradication with Pedro Alonso, @PAlonsoMalaria. #AskWHO pscp.tv/w/cC-guDI2MTAy…
@PAlonsoMalaria Tweet your questions on how to #EndMalaria to our expert, @PAlonsoMalaria. Use hashtag #AskWHO
@PAlonsoMalaria Accelerated research and development in new tools for #malaria prevention and treatment is key to #EndMalaria🦟 in the foreseeable future 👉 bit.ly/33PStde

Currently, less than 1% of funding for health R&D investment goes to developing tools to tackle malaria.
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How far do investments in health Research & Development align with global public health demands and needs?

Check out the WHO Global Observatory
👉bit.ly/2KjkqT0
@WHOAFRO @WHO_Europe @WHOSEARO @WHOEMRO @pahowho @WHOWPRO @DrTedros @doctorsoumya 1% of all funding for health R&D is allocated to diseases such as #malaria and #tuberculosis which account for more than 12.5% of the global burden of disease.
👉bit.ly/2KjkqT0
The recent outbreaks of #Ebola virus disease dramatically exposed the lack of investment in products and approaches to prevent and minimize the impact of pathogens with epidemic potential. 👉bit.ly/2KjkqT0
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I have been honored by the Japanese govt to serve 3 times as a judge for the Hideyo Noguchi Africa Prize. Awarded every 5 yrs, 2 individuals each receive 100 million yen. And the 2019 awards go to Drs. Jean-Jacques Myembe-Tamfum & Francis Gervase Omaswa.
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Muyembe has played a pivotal scientific role in every #Ebola outbreak in his country, #DRCongo since the first in 1976, and trained a legion of African virus-fighters. His roles in the 1976 & 1995 epidemics were truly heroic. It is a joy to see him honored.
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Omaswa left a thriving medical practice in London to return to his home, Ghana, where he built systems of medical training. And then he went global, creating healthcare worker advocacy & education worldwide. 1000s of African nurses & MDs owe their training to him.
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J'ai décidé d'inaugurer un thread #GoodNews car j'en ai marre de l'ambiance actuelle ⤵️
360 000 enfants africains vont bénéficier du premier vaccin contre la malaria.

➡️ cnn.it/2ZwgqnC par @cnni #sante #malaria #Afrique
Razzaz launches EU-funded social protection, integration programme

‘Comprehensive project to redefine poverty, social protection, role of gov’t and civil society’
jordantimes.com/news/local/raz…
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#Malaria is a life-threatening disease caused by by parasitic protozoans that are transmitted to people through infected Anopheles mosquitoes belonging to the Plasmodium type. In severe cases, malaria can cause yellow skin, seizures, coma, or death.

In 2017, there were an estimated 219 million cases of #malaria in 87 countries.
The WHO #Africa Region carries a disproportionately high share of the global malaria burden. In 2017, the region was home to 92% of malaria cases and 93% of malaria deaths.

Total funding for #malaria control and elimination reached an estimated US$ 3.1 billion in 2017. Contributions from governments of endemic countries amounted to US$ 900 million, representing 28% of total funding.

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I guess I better speak out on my own thread. @GRamsey_LatAm is gushing over how PAHO/WHO are "intervening" in the disastrous Venezuelan health situation.

Dude: I have been watching #measles and #malaria case numbers here in South America for the past few years.

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The deterioration of the health situation in South America is glaringly evident.

A couple of years ago, I watched #malaria case numbers climb over 240,000 in Venezuela, after having been much lower than that for years, and almost eradicated in the 1950s and 1960s.

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Soon thereafter, I personally witnessed the #migration out of #Venezuela , which had once been the most prosperous South American nation.

I saw some people so thin they could have been in the horrors of WW2.

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#Venezuela's #NicolasMaduro:
"We had a large shipment of medicines to last the country for a year,a large batch of raw materials for food. The bank account was frozen,the contracts were cancelled & the money is seized. They suffocate us,steal our money & put a show for the world"
#US ECONOMIC BLOCKADE BLOCKING THE HEALTH SECTOR
Nov. 2017:The transnational Pharmaceutical companies Baster,Abbot & Pfizer refused to issue exportation certificates to #Cancer drugs,making it impossible for #Venezuela to buy them
…agoalbasolidarity.files.wordpress.com/2018/06/doc_sa…👈
#US BLOCKADE OF #VENEZUELA'S ACCESS TO MEDICINE
July 2017: The Citibank bank (#USA) refuses to receive #Venezuelan funds from the Central Bank for the import of 300 thousand doses of insulin, destined to cover the demand of 450 thousand registered patients.
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npr.org/sections/goats… @NPRGoatsandSoda Usually a big fan of your journalism, but you guys did a disservice to your readers in the piece on gene drive in A. gambiae. Why would you reach out to anti-GMO activist Dr. Ricarda Steinbrecher for comment on this research? #malaria
First of all, asking Dr. Steinbrecher to comment on the consequences of using genetic engineering to suppress a disease vector is a bit like asking the pope about a newly developed form of birth control.

Of COURSE she’ll be against it - for ideological, arbitrary reasons
Plus, Dr. Steinbrecher’s degree is in developmental biology, not #ecology. Her statement about “ecosystem crashes” is absurd, and displays her ignorance in this area
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ingilizcede hastalik isimleri nereden geliyor diye etimolojilerine bakarken #malaria (bizdeki sitma) biraz ilginc gorundu gozume. netlik te kazanmamis acik bi arastirma konusu. guzel teoriler var lakin. mini bir floodu hakediyor.
miasma teorisi diye bisey var. ortacagda teorize edilmis. özetle; hastaliklarin salginlarin falan havadaki pis koku ile yayildigini söylüyor. birkac yuzyil boyunca da kabul gormus. 19yy ingilteresi’nin yarin yokmuscasina sanayilesip sehirlerin nufus patlamasi yasadigi donemlerde,
...cok hizli buyuyen nufusu kanalizasyon, cop ve atik yonetimi minvalinde altyapi kaldiramiyor tabi. ortalik les gibi kokmaya baslayip bolca salgin hastalik musallat olunca, e diyorlar aha!☝️les gibi kokuyor sehirler. demek salginlarin sebebi bu. aaa😱 miasma dogruymus diyorlar
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