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Date: 03/02/2017
Source: Daily Nation
Type: In the News
Over the last few decades, Kenya has made significant gains in the provision of reproductive health services, including family planning, as part of the country’s broader health agenda. There have been improvements in the provision of quality of health services, an increase in the integration of family planning and other health services, and an expansion of services to underserved groups,...
Date: 03/02/2017
Source: The New Times
Type: In the News
RECENTLY, a cross-section of religious leaders convened to chart ways of addressing women reproductive health issues. The focus was on elimination of harmful practices that hinder women’s reproductive health rights. Religious beliefs, myths about family planning and limited access to reproductive health information featured prominently as a barrier to sexual and reproductive health rights....
Date: 03/02/2017
Source: Huffington Post
T he Ministry of Health and Family Welfare finally released the findings of the fourth National Family Health Survey (NFHS), India's primary source of data on public health, on Tuesday. The NFHS-4, which is meant to be conducted every five years, comes after a ten year gap this time because of differences of opinion between the government and its partners. Nevertheless, the new data is a rich...
Date: 03/02/2017
Source: The Guardian
Type: In the News
The Federal Government through the National Primary Health Care Development Agency (NPHCDA) has rolled out four new strategies to boost polio eradication drive, strengthen routine immunization and ensure revitalization of primary health care centres in the country. To this end, the Federal Government through the Federal Ministry of Health (FMoH) has signed an agreement with the European Union for...
Date: 03/01/2017
Source: NewsDeeply
Type: In the News
Outsiders see Nairobi’s second-largest slum, Mathare, as a dead end. But a program that offers kids training in photography and filmmaking gives girls the chance to dispel the myth and show Mathare as a place of hope. Just across Thika highway from the green glade of Muthaiga’s elite golf club, Nairobi’s second-largest slum, Mathare, is home to around 600,000 people. Cut off from the city’s main...
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