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#Hepatitis attacks the most vulnerable. Over 90% of new #hepatitis B infections occur from mothers to their children and in early childhood.
#TestTreatHepatitis
#WorldHepatitisDay

#Monkeypox Update as of 27th October, 2017

"Health is not just the business of the health sector, it's everyone's business" @MoetiTshidi #WHOAHF (Check link in Bio)

"The vibrant private sector in Africa should invest more in health..." @amurekezi #WHOAHF #PuttingPeopleFirst (Check link in Bio)

The growth of NCDs in Africa has seen a rise in NCD-related deaths of 27% over the last 10 years. #WHOAHF (Check link in Bio)

African countries must work together & share experiences to realize vison 2063 goals @amurekezi #WHOAHF (Check link iin Bio)

We need to work with the private sector, philanthropists & youths to tackle these challenges @MoetiTshidi #WHOAHF (check link in Bio)

Africa is the only region in the world where the population as a whole is getting younger. People under the age of 18 make up 50% of the population in 15 countries in sub-Saharan Africa. #WHOAHF #PuttingPeopleFirst bit.ly/2tiIPRx

1.2M adolescents died in 2015 from preventable diseases, 45% of these happened in Africa #WHOAHF #PuttingPeopleFirst bit.ly/2tiIPRx

“Africa has the advantage – as the world is getting older, our population is getting younger. There is so much potential to harness this vitality and energy to create health systems that suit all. But we need to act now to safeguard their health by creating youth-friendly health services and encouraging healthy lifestyles,” said Dr Matshidiso Moeti, bit.ly/2tiIPRx #WHOAHF #PuttingPeopleFirst

Young Africans die from HIV/AIDS, diarrhoeal & lower respiratory diseases, maternal & road injury conditions #WHOAHF bit.ly/2tiIPRx

“We want our youth to not just be beneficiaries of services, but to be with us at the decision-making table as we partner across sectors for a more prosperous, sustainable future for everyone in Africa,” Dr Matshidiso Moeti, bit.ly/2tiIPRx #WHOAHF #PuttingPeopleFirst

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