Health Care

HIV epidemic ‘driven by colonialism in Africa’ a century ago – Daily Mail

In later decades, transmission through the reuse of hypodermic needles in medical care probably had some role in HIV’s … of HIV from chimpanzee-to-human transmission in southeastern Cameroon to widespread infection in the trading capital of Kinshasa.

Did colonialism spread HIV through Africa? – Daily Mail

In later decades, transmission through the reuse of hypodermic needles in medical care probably had some role in HIV’s … of HIV from chimpanzee-to-human transmission in southeastern Cameroon to widespread infection in the trading capital of Kinshasa.

Contributions and challenges of rural women – Pravda

Rural women account for a great proportion of the agricultural labour force, produce the majority of food grown, especially in subsistence farming, and perform most of the unpaid care work in rural … hampers their access to health, education, pensions … Continue reading

Challenges during Fifty-sixth Session at Headquarters, 27 February–9 March – UN News Centre

Rural women account for a great proportion of the agricultural labour force, produce the majority of food grown, especially in subsistence farming, and perform most of the unpaid care work in rural … hampers their access to health, education, pensions … Continue reading

Canada Taking Action to Avoid Severe Crisis in Sahel – PR-USA.net

The crisis is expected to affect 10 million people in areas of Burkina Faso, Chad, Mali, Mauritania, and Niger, with parts of Cameroon and Senegal also … sanitation, basic health care, logistics and coordination, and protection in some of the … Continue reading

Young migrants face destitution and exploitation – Communitycare.co.uk

Young refugees are often refused access to health services, housing and children’s social … In one case highlighted in the report, an unaccompanied 15-year-old girl from Cameroon received no care for 15 months because it was thought she was over … Continue reading

Canada Taking Action to Avoid Severe Crisis in Sahel – msnbc.com

The crisis is expected to affect 10 million people in areas of Burkina Faso, Chad, Mali, Mauritania, and Niger, with parts of Cameroon and Senegal also … sanitation, basic health care, logistics and coordination, and protection in some of the … Continue reading

Canada Taking Action to Avoid Severe Crisis in Sahel – StreetInsider.com

The crisis is expected to affect 10 million people in areas of Burkina Faso, Chad, Mali, Mauritania, and Niger, with parts of Cameroon and Senegal also … sanitation, basic health care, logistics and coordination, and protection in some of the … Continue reading

Sony Ela Nguema 0-3 Dolphins: Nigerians defeat Equatoguineans in Caf Champions League – Worldnews.com

The country consists of a mainland territory, Río Muni, which is bordered by Cameroon to the north and … prison cites concerns about his physical health and the need for him to receive ongoing care in his home country. President … Continue reading

Documentary on criminal prosecutions for failure to disclose HIV to air all month – Michigan Citizen

2 Beirne Roose-Snyder, an attorney with CHLP, pointed to a 2009 case involving a pregnant woman from Cameroon who had been jailed … “This woman was receiving healthcare, she was taking care of herself and her pregnancy. Yet the judge … Continue reading