Federal Government and WHO recognize the untapped potential of traditional medicine.
In a groundbreaking revelation, scientists have finally unveiled the enigma behind the lower HIV viral loads observed in Africans, shedding light on a significant factor that has long remained elusive.
WHO emphasizes the need for comprehensive prevention, testing, and treatment to combat this deadly virus.
World Hepatitis Day 2023 focuses on “One Life, One Liver.” Africa’s challenge: Over 91 million affected. WHO’s strategy aims to reduce infections and deaths by 2030.
Recent research published in the journal Frontiers in Public Health shows that annually, 14 billion liters of breast milk that…
Despite contributing over 30 per cent of the malaria disease burden on the African continent, Nigeria has missed out of 18 million doses of first-ever malaria vaccines allocated to 12 African countries for 2023 to 2025.
Healthier and more environmentally friendly alternatives are not immediately accessible to billions of people in Asia and Africa.
A new analysis from UNICEF, show that 190 Millions children across 10 African countries face the highest risk from inadequate WASH facilities, related diseases, and climate hazards.
Supplies of COVID vaccines have soared in recent months and many states have trouble absorbing them.
The conference will feature presentations from African Heads of State and Government, dignitaries and leading health experts, who will discuss…