World Malaria Day: Eliminating Malaria is Everyone’s Responsibility
World Malaria Day, which takes place on 25 April each year, is an internationally recognized day, highlighting the global efforts to control malaria and celebrating the gains that have been made. Since 2000, the world has made historic progress against malaria, saving millions of lives. However, half the world is still at risk of this preventable, treatable disease, which costs a child’s life every two minutes.
Theme: Support Nurses and Mid-Wives7 April 2020
'Now is the time for citizens around the globe to create a lifeline for healthcare workers, enabling them to live a healthier, happier world'
Humana celebrates frontline healthcare workers globally
The important role of health care workers
Frontline healthcare workers play a critical role in responding to the world’s ever-increasing global health challenges and demands, especially in the face of disease outbreaks, emergency crises, natural disasters and broader health programming.
HPP members are at the forefront of global development efforts, leveraging young women and girls to advance their social, health, economic and health rights.
Global pandemics are the new threat to human life, affecting all sectors of society - from individual, to household, community, national, regional and international level.
ADPP Mozambique was awarded the “Innovative Practice 2020 on Inclusive Education and ICT” award by the international organization called Zero Project with our “Inclusive Education Project”, in partnership with Light For the World and support from the Austrian Development Cooperation.