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Upsurge in Violence in Northern Mozambique Displaces Thousands

Beijing News 22 Feb 2024
Maputo, Mozambique - A new outbreak of unrest in northern Mozambique, scene of a jihadi insurgency, has forced thousands to flee their homes, according to United Nations figures and sources in Cabo Delgado province.
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Mozambique: Pregnant Students, Adolescent Mothers Leave School

Human Rights Watch 14 Feb 2024
Pregnant or parenting adolescent girls and women drop out of school in Mozambique because they don’t get adequate support from schools ... Pregnant Girls’ and Adolescent Mothers’ Struggles to Stay in School in Mozambique.
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Conflict and climate change are supercharging malaria, but it can be stopped

The Daily Telegraph 14 Feb 2024
In 2022, Pakistan experienced its worst malaria outbreak in 50 years when climate-driven mass flooding created large pools of stagnant water and disrupted health systems, creating “the perfect storm” for mosquitos to thrive.
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Climate change, hunger and HIV are a triple threat to vulnerable African women

The Hill 13 Feb 2024
In the Solutions 4 Sustainability study, a separate study I conducted with my Columbia University colleagues and the Mozambique Ministry of Health after the devastating cyclones of 2019, a focus group ...
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UN trans health panel accused of CRONYISM: 80% of WHO

The Daily Mail 02 Feb 2024
Felisbela de Oliveira Gaspar is a gender policy advisor for the Minister of Health of Mozambique, where she trains health workers on addressing gender in their work treating patients ... MissouriJamie ReedWorld Health Organization.
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Harry Kane: I’m loving it at Bayern. My game’s in a great place

The Times/The Sunday Times 01 Feb 2024
At 30, Kane has settled with his family in Bavaria and begun investing some of his financial resources and energy in sustainability projects, helping reforestation projects in Mozambique and Madagascar, and mental health campaigns among UK children ... .
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Egypt Rally Twice For Ghana Draw After Salah Injury Blow

NDTV 19 Jan 2024
Egypt are only one point better off after back-to-back draws, but their immediate concern will be the health of Salah -- whose stoppage-time penalty had snatched a 2-2 draw with Mozambique ... .
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Global economy can improve on account of closing health gap

Business Ghana 19 Jan 2024
... Challenge, an initiative that will provide $30 million for disease prevention and treatment and maternal and child health in the Democratic Republic of Congo, Mozambique, Nigeria and Zambia.
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Kenyan scientists unveil drug to reduce malaria among HIV-positive pregnant women

China.dot.org 16 Jan 2024
Simon Kariuki, the head of the Malaria Program at the KEMRI's Center for Global Health Research, said the development of a novel drug combined with similar trials underway in Gabon and Mozambique will revitalize malaria prevention in Africa.
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Tourism hub Mauritius lifts maximum cyclone alert after storm Belal wreaks havoc, flights cancelled

Hindustan Times 16 Jan 2024
In February last year, Mauritius was lashed by heavy rains and high winds from Cyclone Freddy, which caused a wave of death and destruction in southeastern Africa including Malawi, Mozambique and Madagascar.
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Mozambique: - Health Authorities Deny Shortage of Food and Insulin

All Africa 15 Jan 2024
Maputo -- The director of Maputo Central Hospital (HCM), Mouzinho Saide, has denied rumours that the hospital is facing a shortage of food and of insulin ....
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How the Global South is rediscovering centuries of shared history to challenge Western domination

Russia Today 23 Dec 2023
... production in Djibouti and the Republic of Congo, power plants in Sudan, Rwanda, Zimbabwe, and Malawi, water in Mozambique, Tanzania, and Guinea, and health in Cote d’Ivoire, Guinea, and Zambia.

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In this photo provided by the Ukrainian Presidential Press Office, Belgian Prime Minister Alexander De Croo, EU Commission President Ursula von der Leyen, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy, Italy's Premier Giorgia Meloni, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, from right to left, attend laying flowers ceremony at the Wall of Remembrance to pay tribute to killed Ukrainian soldiers, in Kyiv, Ukraine, Saturday, Feb. 24, 2024. President Volodymyr Zelenskyy has welcomed Western leaders to Kyiv to mark the second anniversary of Russia's full-scale invasion, as Ukrainian forces run low on ammunition and foreign aid hangs in the balance.
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