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21 March, 2018 21:24
Press Briefing On The Occasion Of The World Tuberculosis Day 2018
On March 22 at 01:00 p.m., a briefing on the World Tuberculosis Day will take place in the Ukrainian Crisis Media Centre. During the briefing, speakers will tell about new steps to overcome tuberculosis, changes to be made for patients and events that will take place on the occasion of the World Tuberculosis Day in Ukraine. On-site media accreditation is upon presenting certifications. Additional information by phone: +380 (66) 95 95 567, Yuliia Chechotkina, the All-Ukrainian Network of PLWH.
Photo: Olga Stefanyshyna's Facebook page.
12 January, 2018 02:46
Olga Stefanyshyna Appointed Deputy Minister Of Health
On January 1, 2018, the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine approved the Decree on the appointment of Olga Stefanyshyna as a Deputy Minister of Health of Ukraine.
Government policy | AIDS.UA
6 March, 2017 15:01
Odessa signs Paris Declaration on Fast-Track cities
Odessa in Ukraine has become the latest city to sign the Paris Declaration to end the AIDS epidemic in cities. Since the end of 2014, more than 200 cities around the world have signed the Paris Declaration and are addressing the significant disparities in access to basic services, social justice and economic opportunity towards ending the AIDS epidemic.
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25 January, 2017 20:14
Police Service of Northern Ireland: secret sexting codes for teens protection
A police force in Northern Ireland has shared a guide on its Facebook page to help parents decipher secret sexting codes and help keep teens safe online.Terms range from ‘TDTM’ (talk dirty to me) and ‘WTTP’ (want to trade pictures), to ‘LH6’ (let’s have sex).
If health care had been adequately funded, perhaps Ukraine wouldn’t have one of the world’s fastest-growing H.I.V. epidemics.
9 April, 2016 14:37
The West Is Enabling Graft in Ukraine
The Anticorruption Action Center, Ukraine’s most prominent anti-graft NGO, has found that prices for H.I.V. drugs were inflated by more than 27 percent in 2013 because of middlemen scamming the health ministry.
<span>The most critically underfunded are treatment programs for tuberculosis (37% of the need), hepatitis (9% of the need), pediatric oncology (66% of the need), pediatric (60% of the need) and adult hemophilia (27% of the need).</span>
1 March, 2016 09:02
Ukraine: The Government has “written off” more than 100 thousand terminally ill patients
Today severely ill patients gathered in front of the Cabinet of Ministers building with the demand to reallocate funds in the Budget 2016 for treatment of seriously ill Ukrainians.