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This week, the 72nd World Health Assembly Session is underway in Geneva, Switzerland – with a host of consequential health topics discussed including the theme,”Universal Health Coverage: Leaving No-one Behind”. Follow deliberations on Twitter at: #WHA72; #PalliativeCare Watch live coverage of #WHA72 plenaries at: https://bit.ly/30c3l3x Today, May 21st at 7pm local time, the IAHPC will be hosting the […]
The Declaration You are asked to sign a declaration made by PatchSA (the SA children’s palliative care network), calling for palliative care for every child with a life-threatening or life-limiting illness in South Africa. The declaration originated at a High Level National Stakeholder Meeting for children with serious illnesses held near Johannesburg earlier this year and […]
The focus on this World Health Day, 7 April 2019, is Universal Health Coverage, with the theme ‘Universal health coverage: everyone, everywhere’. Universal health coverage is WHO’s number one goal. Key to achieving it is ensuring that everyone can obtain the care they need, when they need it, right in the heart of the community […]
Shadreck tries out his new chair watched over by his aunt and the palliative care team from Mzuzu Hospital Earlier this year we shared Shadreck’s story on ehospice. Eighteen month old Shadreck Longwe was born in a village in the northern region of Malawi. His mother died immediately after a home delivery from a twin pregnancy, […]