Enable Block: 

More than 2 billion people globally are living in countries with excess water stress says the Sustainable Development Goals report 2017. Northern Africa and Western Asia, as well as Central and Southern Asia, experience water stress levels above 60 per cent, indicating the strong probability of future water scarcity.

The ambitious development agenda of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) requires substantial investments across several sectors, including for SDG 3 (healthy lives and wellbeing). No estimates of the additional resources needed to strengthen comprehensive health service delivery towards the attainment of SDG 3 and universal health coverage in low-income and middle-income countries have been published.

Original Source

Windhoek-Last year, Namibia was ranked the fifth highest country in the world in terms of tuberculosis (TB) incidence rate, with 9,154 cases of TB recorded.

Windhoek-About 38,243 people have contacted malaria since January and at least 63 people have died of the disease over the same period.

The World Health Organisation (WHO) has raised red alert for acute outbreaks of cholera and hepatitis E in Nigeria.

Ahmedabad: At a time when the Ahmedabad municipal corporation (AMC) has intensified efforts to eliminate mosquito-breeding sites under its 'Malaria-free Gujarat by 2022' campaign, more than 1,000 c

Sennar / Shendi / Kalma — On Friday, the number of cholera deaths in El Dindir in eastern Sudan's Sennar rose to 34. The afflicted locality is short of rehydration solutions and medical staff.

NAIROBI (Xinhua) -- Kenyan authorities on Saturday confirmed that 33 cases of suspected cholera have been reported in the past two days from a trade forum which ended in Nairobi on Wednesday.

Health and Family Welfare Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma on Sunday disclosed that while Japanese Encephalitis has claimed 44 lives, 87 persons have died due to Acute Encephalitis Syndrome in the Stat

Ahmedabad: Leading cardiologists from across India debated how 'sugar might be the new cholesterol' for people at risk of heart disease, as any excess amount consumed is converted to fat!

Pages