A year of anniversaries – let’s make 2018 the year of #HealthForAll


This year is one of anniversaries and milestones in global health – 2018 marks seventy years since the establishment of both the World Health Organization and the UK’s National Health Service, as well as forty years since the Alma Ata Declaration, which established primary health care as the key to attaining ‘Health for All.’


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Aspen Spotlight Health 2018


Upon arriving at Aspen for the Spotlight Health conference this year, it was easy to see why the annual gathering - dubbed this year by The Spectator, irked by a tweet from David Miliband, as 


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The Cannes Lions and fighting for what is right: The Glass Lion Award


Every year since 1954, an event has been held to celebrate the work of people in creative communications, advertising, and related fields which has become the largest and most significant gathering of the advertising and creative communications industry.


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Reducing the rate of infant mortality in Africa


UNICEF’s latest report on infant mortality with ties survival of infants to maternal education, higher incomes, and technological advancement, shows that while Pakistan is the worst place in the world to be born, Japan is the best.


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EmONC Saving Lives in Kwara State


As we gathered around the demonstration given by Dr. Oluwole Olusegun in the skills laboratory at the General Hospital in Ilorin, Kwara State, he proudly explained how the Emergency Obstetrics and Newborn Care (EmONC) training had transformed the capacity of doctors, nurses and midwives in Kwara to save the lives of women and newborn infants.


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UHC – Making 'Health for All' a Reality


In my role as the Founder-President of The Wellbeing Foundation Africa (WBFA), I have dedicated 13 years to ensuring that mothers and children have full access to the health services and social support that they require; when pregnant, during childbirth and in those critical early days and months once a baby is born.


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