Senegal is now free of Ebola virus transmission

Credit: WHO

17 October 2014 -- WHO officially declares the Ebola outbreak in Senegal over and commends the country on its diligence to end the transmission of the virus. Senegal’s response is a good example of what to do when faced with an imported case of Ebola. However, Senegal remains vigilant for any suspected cases by strict compliance with WHO guidelines.

Health Ministers commit to control and eliminate vector-borne diseases

09 September 2014, Dhaka: Health Ministers from WHO’s South-East Asia Region adopted the Dhaka Declaration on vector-borne diseases today. The Ministers from the Region’s 11 Member States met today at the Thirty-second Meeting of Ministers of Health to review health development in the Region, identify challenges and provide policy direction for future action on health issues.

Review and formulation of the Health Master Plan 2006-2015

Nasandhura Palace Hotel, 2nd September 2014 - A meeting was held to review and formulate the existing Health Master Plan in the Maldives which will be in use from year 2006 to 2015

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