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REDUCE UNMET ACCESS TO FAMILY PLANNING METHODS FROM 28% CURRENTLY TO 10% BY 2020- PRESIDENT MUSEVENI

JOB CREATION WILL ENSURE GENDER EQUALITY- PRESIDENT MUSEVENI PLEDGES IN NAIROBI INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON POPULATION DEVELOPMENT (ICPD25) After 25 years since World Leaders met in Egypt In 1994, to articulate a bold vision regarding the relationship between population, development and Individual well-being, they meet again to strengthen the promise in …

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How much does the world trust vaccines?

Courtesy of ScieDev. Public trust in vaccination is on shaky ground. Earlier this year, the WHO named ‘vaccine hesitancy’ one of its top ten threats to global health, defining hesitancy as “the delay in acceptance or refusal of vaccines despite the availability of vaccination services”. Health experts fear that when people question …

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What are early signs of type 2 diabetes

Type 2 diabetes causes a person’s blood sugar levels to become too high. Recognizing the early signs and symptoms of this chronic condition can result in a person getting treatment sooner, which reduces the risk of severe complications. Type 2 diabetes is a common condition. A 2017 report from the Centers for Disease …

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WORLD LEADERS TO MEET IN NAIROBI OVER REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH CARE-HON DAVID BAHATI

INVEST IN IMPROVING PEOPLE’S LIVES, HON DAVID BAHATI COMMITS UGANDAN GOVERNMENT In 1994, leaders from 179 Nations and governments met in Cairo, the Capital City of Egypt to articulate a bold vision regarding the relationship between population, development and Individual well-being. Its 25 years since leaders met in Cairo, they …

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12 foods to boost brain function

The foods we eat can have a big impact on the structure and health of our brains. Eating a brain-boosting diet can support both short- and long-term brain function. The brain is an energy-intensive organ, using around 20 percent of the body’s calories, so it needs plenty of good fuel to maintain concentration …

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