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04/12/19

WHO urges focus on pregnant women, children to wipe out malaria

Despite progress, children and unborn babies remain most at risk from malaria as healthcare gaps persist, WHO …

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19/12/18

Poverty amplifies Africa’s snakebite problem

African antivenom markets are not profitable, leaving many of its poorest regions without access to treatment.

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11/09/18

Arab countries caught in a cycle of war and disease

Conflict has left the Middle East exposed to epidemics. SciDev.Net reports from countries scrambling to respond.

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24/08/18

Rotavirus vaccine cuts diarrhoeal deaths by a third

Large study in rural Malawi adds to evidence of child mortality gains if more countries roll out the vaccine.

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05/07/18

Algiers innovation drive faces three-year delay

… this year, now full opening expected 2021 A summit for smart cities will be held in Algeria by the end of this month …

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18/04/18

China, India lead rise in global antibiotic consumption

… rise, followed by China with 79 per cent Algeria, Tunisia and Turkey had higher overall consumption rates …

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09/04/18

Universal health coverage depends on solid data

The objective of providing universal health coverage is probably the most vital and ambitious undertaking in history.

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22/01/18

African patients more likely to die from surgery

Two per cent of African patients die from surgery compared with the global average of one per cent.

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20/02/17

The locust invasions devastating Niger

In between invasions of desert locusts, other locust species swarm in and destroy crops, causing food insecurity.

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24/11/16

Q&A: The rise of Algeria’s scientific capacity

Abdel Hafidh Aouragh, of Algeria’s higher education and science ministry, discusses a strategy to boost research.

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