25th November 2021
Since 1981, campaigners for women’s rights have commemorated November 25 as a day against gender-based violence. This date was chosen to commemorate the Mirabal sisters, three Dominican political activists who were brutally killed in 1960 on the orders of the country’s ruler, Rafael Trujillo (1930-1961).
11th October 2021
Mental Health, in all honesty, covers a wide variety of negative thoughts that tend to hinder your daily tasks, and given the fact that Mental Health is a topic of taboo in many families and even countries, not enough light is being shed on this aspect.
29th September 2021
The goal for World Heart Day 2021 is to use the power of digital health to increase global awareness, prevention, and management of CVD, therefore, it is telehealth that is considered to be the future, or rather the present of healthcare.
28th September 2021
Patient Safety has many aspects, however, for the year 2021 the World Health Organization has chosen to focus on asking all stakeholders to, “Act now for safe and respectful childbirth!” thereby going by the theme “Safe maternal and Newborn Care.”
Having been instituted by the World Health Organization in the World Health Assembly of 2007, World Malaria Day, is an occasion that highlights the need for governments to make continuous investments and have a sustained political commitment for the prevention and control of Malaria.
30th April 2021
This year, as we are in a period of time where the vaccine for the Corona Virus has been found, and immense exposure and importance is being given to that, the World Health Organization has come up with the theme, ‘Vaccines bring us closer’ which is in theory very true.In a world where people are […]