WHO Sri Lanka unites to raise awareness of violence against women and girls
By learning more about the issue, opening up communication channels, supporting those affected and linking women to services, we all can play a role in addressing violence against women and girls. Make a change by talking about gender-based violence and creating stigma-free environments. Let's commit to building a future free of violence. It is our responsibility!
How often are we aware of our own emotions? Are we living in the present moment? How can we use the concepts of emotional intelligence and empathy to build a healthier and more productive work environment?
These were just a few of the questions that WHO Sri Lanka’s “Respectful work environment through enhanced emotional intelligence” workshop sought to answer.
Integrating traditional and complementary medicine to promote health and well-being
23 November 2017
WHO is a collaborating partner of the International Symposium on Traditional, Complementary and Indigenous Medicine organised by the Ministry of Health, Nutrition and Indigenous Medicine. The symposium provided an interdisciplinary platform to discuss the most recent research evidence, innovations and challenges relating to integrating evidence-based traditional medicine practices for health promotion and disease prevention and management.
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