Latest News for: Djibouti health


New SA Covid-19 cases rise over 1 000, with 95 deaths

Independent online (SA) 03 Mar 2021
Cape Town – After two days in which less than 1 000 new Covid-19 cases had been identified, Health Minister Zweli Mkhize reported 1 447 new cases on Wednesday ... Data supplied by the Department of Health. Angola, Congo Republic and Djibouti have approved Russia's Sputnik V vaccine ...

IOM Djibouti: Monthly Report #16 - January 2021

Reliefweb 18 Feb 2021
Launch of a malaria prevention campaign in collaboration with the Ministry of Health in neighborhoods of Djibouti City ... A handover ceremony of the FabLab between IOM and the University of Djibouti ... host populations, refugees and migrants in Djibouti", funded by the European Union.

Djibouti pursues its ambitious growth projects in 2021

New Business Ethiopia 01 Feb 2021
In spite of the particularly challenging international economic situation arising from the health crisis, the Republic of Djibouti has entered the year 2021 with determination ... Lacking natural wealth, exposed to a demanding and arid environment, Djibouti has been able to build on its main asset.

Senate teams meets Djibouti Prime Minister

Urdu Point 28 Jan 2021
The other members were included Senator Mirza Mohammad Afridi and Fayyaz Thaheem, Manager Procurement, and Coordination (IPC), said a press release, The PM assured that Djibouti and Pakistan would corporate together in the energy, health, and education sectors and also welcomed ...

Pakistani Senate delegation calls on President Djibouti

Urdu Point 26 Jan 2021
... of the State the Republic of Djibouti Ismail Omar Guelleh ... Senator Mirza Mohammad Afridi, said that they want to invest in the areas of health, education and energy in Djibouti and also wanted to bring in Businessman from Pakistan to invest in Djibouti for future collaborations.

Opinion | Importance of health data privacy and protection in India

Live Mint 11 Nov 2020
It is, however, crucial that firms operating in this space exercise significant care when collecting, processing and storing health data. While sharing health data may be the key for medical innovations that transform patient care, it should be handled with integrity and responsibility.

Working together to write a new chapter of the Forum on China-Africa Cooperation in the new era

People Daily 28 Oct 2020
Major projects including the African Union (AU) Conference Center, the Mombasa-Nairobi Railway, the Abuja-Kaduna Railway, the China-Egypt Suez Economic and Cooperation Zone, and Doraleh New Port of Djibouti have been completed ... to build a China-Africa community of health for all.

Salons, bar, other facilities reopen on Djibouti base, months after coronavirus shut them down

Stars and Stripes 08 Sep 2020
Access to many social locations and eateries on Camp Lemonnier had been restricted since March 22 as the number of cases of the coronavirus began to rise in Djibouti and 11 days after the World Health Organization declared the outbreak a pandemic.

Ties with Djibouti lifted to next level

China Daily 21 Aug 2020
The Chinese embassy has established a sound relationship with the Djibouti health authorities, which admitted Chinese citizens for free hospital treatment once they tested positive for the virus ... Both China and Djibouti have staunchly upheld the World Health Organization's leadership role and enhanced international anti-pandemic cooperation.

Kenya probes aircraft crash in Somalia after 10 soldiers injured

Xinhua 04 Aug 2020
Abdirahman Riyale, Sector 4 Commander of Djibouti Army under AMISOM said then that three crew members aboard the plane which was carrying food aid from Djibouti, were rescued while the food aid burnt down. On May 4, a Kenyan plane carrying health supplies was mistakenly shot down by Ethiopian troops on May 4, killing six people on board. Enditem. .

Ethiopia's returnees fueling fear of virus spread

Arkansas Online 02 Aug 2020
In interviews, senior government officials, doctors, health workers and more than a dozen returnees from Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, Yemen, Djibouti and Lebanon describe scenes of workers being mistreated in detention before being sent back to Ethiopia ... "We were shot at by Djibouti's ...

The Latest: India may use train carriages for virus beds

The Times & Democrat 15 Jun 2020
India’s health ministry reported a jump of more than 11,000 new coronavirus infections nationwide for a third consecutive day, taking the total caseload to more than 332,000, including 9,520 deaths ... Particularly worrisome is the situation in Yemen, Sudan and Djibouti where health care systems were fragile even before the pandemic, he said.