WHO condemns massive attacks on five hospitals in Syria

WHO condemns the attacks on five hospitals that took place in Syria on 13–15 November 2016, including three hospitals in Western Rural Aleppo and two hospitals in Idleb. At least two people were reportedly killed as a result of the attacks and 19 people were…

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WHO condemns attack on Jableh hospital in Syria

WHO condemns the bombing of the the Jableh National Hospital hospital in Latakia province in Syria. Over 40 patients and accompanying family members were killed and 35 injured An emergency doctor and two nurses also died in the explosion while 11 other health workers have…

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Humanitarian sign of hope 5 years into the Syrian conflict: WHO increases its response to reach more people

5 years since the conflict began in Syria, millions of people across the country continue to suffer from limited access to basic medical care services because of ongoing conflict and a deteriorating health system. Over 11 million people are in need of health assistance that…

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Seven Thousand Rand Gets You Employed At Empangeni Provincial Hospital

The IFP calls on the KZN MEC of Health, Dr Sbongiseni Dhlomo to urgently institute an investigation into alleged claims of corruption at Empangeni Provincial Hospital where it is reported that people are asked to pay bribes in order to get jobs. "I have been…

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IFP: TASK TEAM ON PUBLIC HOSPITALS NEEDED

The IFP in KwaZulu-Natal demands that the MEC of Health, Dr Sibongiseni Dhlomo urgently appoint a task team of senior health officials to assess the state of provincial hospitals and clinics. "We have raised many concerns about the state of health care especially in hospitals…

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Gauteng healthcare facilities warned to shape up

Pretoria - Gauteng’s public healthcare institutions have been warned to shape up or face the wrath of authorities. This came after Gauteng Premier David Makhura paid a surprise visit to Sebokeng regional hospital in the Vaal on Monday. Upon inspecting the facility, Premier Makhura said…

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