Health

Through the partnership between ECHO, UNICEF and the Government of Niger nearly 2.5 million children under 10 years of age have free access to treatment against malaria. More >  

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Democratic Republic of the Congo – ECHO and UNICEF give free health care to the displaced in Nobili
Mobile health clinics provide treatment and prevention of illnesses such as cholera, malaria and measles to the displaced in eastern DRC.

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In a relatively quiet region of Mali, programme targets malaria deaths

OUÉLESSÉBOUGOU, Mali, 27 March 2013 – Continuing conflict in the northern part of Mali has had tremendous impact on the country. Mali has also been facing food and nutrition crisis aggravated by the political instability and conflict in the north. Schools have been closed, health centres looted and vandalized, children’s rights violated.

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European Union parliamentarians see improving maternal and child health in Uzbekistan

SYRDARYA PROVINCE, Uzbekistan, 3 May 2011 – Sixteen members of the Committee on Foreign Affairs of the European Union (EU) visited Uzbekistan last week, where they heard feedback from beneficiaries of the Mother and Child Health (MCH) project.

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