WHO to Discuss Strategies to Tackle Dengue, Environmental Health

by Julia Samuel on  October 10, 2016 at 5:28 PM General Health News
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World Health Organization (WHO) regional committee for the Western Pacific region opened its annual meeting in Manila to discuss progress on public heath priorities in the region, including dengue, malaria, HIV, and sexually transmitted diseases.
WHO to Discuss Strategies to Tackle Dengue, Environmental Health
WHO to Discuss Strategies to Tackle Dengue, Environmental Health
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The regional committee said in a statement the five-day meeting will also tackle environmental health, the sustainable development goals, the Asia Pacific Strategy for Emerging Diseases and Public Health Emergencies, Xinhua news agency reported.

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At the meeting, the statement said "progress report on HIV and sexually transmitted infections, expanded program on immunisation, disability prevention and rehabilitation including blindness" will also be discussed.

"Regional action plan for healthy newborn infants, anti-microbial resistance and essential medicines" are also among the health topics for discussions on the table, the statement said.



Source: IANS
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