02 March 2023

The new Bebbo parenting app

Our new free Bebbo application for parents is the only tool parents need to give their children ‘A good start for a lifetime’. Supporting them and guiding them all the way through their child’s development years, from 0 to 6 years old. The Bebbo app helps you with answers to all your questions about parenting, all from the palm of your hand.  , Download the free Bebbo app now!, Google play App store, Parenting is hard, all parents can use some support,   Each and every child needs nurturing, nutrition, loving care, good health, and a stimulating & safe environment that offers plenty of support for early learning. All parents need support and have millions of questions on how to assist their children to grow healthy and smart. This is where Bebbo comes into play! The free app developed by…, How does Bebbo help you with your child’s development?,   The Bebbo App has a huge range of helpful features empowering parents to make the right decisions when it comes to the care and development of their child. Encouraging parents to engage daily with suggested articles and games that will help their little ones hit those key development milestones while growing healthy and happy., Features include:  , Bebbo Bebbo read Bebbo Bebbo read Suggested Daily Reads Every day the app will suggest a daily game and an article from a rich library of parenting advice written by experts, covering a large range of topics available in the app, such as baby weaning and early learning. All advice can be quickly saved as favorites and shared with other parents or…, Discover parenting app created by experts for parents of young children.,  , Download FREE App now!, Google play Google play Bebbo was developed with support from: The Austrian Development Agency and the European Union. Austrian Development Cooperation EU
27 June 2022

What we know about monkeypox: symptoms and transmission

Monkeypox is a rare viral infection caused by a virus belonging to the family Poxviridae. These viruses are transmitted directly or indirectly from animals to humans and, since they are highly resistant in dry environments or at high temperatures, they persist on infected surfaces for a longer period of time. However, despite the resistance of the…, What are the symptoms?, Monkeypox is characterised by mild symptoms and most infected patients recover within a few weeks, with no treatment required. Research has shown that monkeypox generally has an incubation period of 6 to 13 days and the symptoms developed may include: vesicular rash, which can cause pruritus (itching) or lesions on any part of the body (including…, What to do if you get sick?, If someone suspects that they have been infected with the virus and has specific symptoms, they should contact their doctor and provide recent travel information and their vaccination history. It is advisable for people travelling to endemic countries to avoid contact with sick animals and consuming wild game., How is monkeypox transmitted?, Monkeypox is transmitted through prolonged direct contact with someone who has been infected with the virus or through prolonged contact with contaminated objects. The virus can enter the body through skin lesions, the respiratory tract, eyes, nose or mouth as well as through close contact with body fluids. Monkeypox can also be transmitted from…, How can you protect yourself?, You need to perform proper hand hygiene, using water and soap or alcohol-based hand rub. It is advisable for those infected to be isolated and people who come into contact with them should use appropriate protective measures, such as masks and gloves. A vaccine for preventing monkeypox has already been approved, but studies have shown that the…, Emergence of monkeypox, Monkeypox was first detected in humans in 1970 in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, where most human cases of monkeypox have been reported so far. It later spread to other countries in West and Central Africa, but Europe has not become an endemic area. In the past few weeks, a number of monkeypox cases have been reported in several Member…