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Mozambique HIV Country Profile: 2016

World Health Organization, (2016)

This country profile provides an overview of latest available data on a variety of HIV related topics in Mozambique as of 2016.

Social and behavior change communication in the fight against malaria in Mozambique

Harrison Arroz, J, Eds.: Revista de Saúde Pública, (2015)

Long-lasting insecticide-treated nets and/or indoor residual spraying, associated with case management, are key interventions in the control of malaria in Africa. The objective of this study is to comment on the role of social and behavior change communication as a potential key intervention in the control of malaria in Mozambique.

Encuesta Nacional de Hospitales ENH2018

National Assembly, Venzuela and Médicos por la Salud, (2018)

The survey, conducted between March 1–10, 2018, assessed the performance of 104 public and 33 private hospitals in Venezuela. According to the figures, most laboratory services and hospital nutrition services are only available intermittently or are completely inoperative. Shortages of items such as basic medicines, catheters, surgical supplies, and infant formula are highlighted in the survey; 14% of intensive care units have been shut down because they are unable to operate and 79% of the facilities analysed have no water at all.

Health workers’ experiences of coping with the Ebola epidemic in Sierra Leone’s health system: a qualitative study

Joanna Raven, H. Wurie and S. Witter, Eds.: BMC Health Services Research, (2018)

BMC Health Services Research BMC series – open, inclusive and trusted201818:251;

National Infection Control Guidelines (India)

National Centre of Disease Control; Ministry of Health & Family Welfare, India, (2017)

Draft version 2017

Update on oral Chagas disease outbreaks in Venezuela: epidemiological, clinical and diagnostic approaches

Alcáron de Noya, B.; Z. Diaz-Bello, C. Colmenares, et al., (2015)

Mem Inst Oswaldo Cruz , Rio de Janeiro, Vol. 110 (3): 377-386, May 2015

Weak surveillance and policy attention to cancer in global health: the example of Mozambique

Lorenzoni, C; Oliveras, Laura; Vilajeliu, A, et al. , (2018)

Cancer is an emerging public health problem in sub-Saharan Africa due to population growth, ageing and westernisation of lifestyles. In this piece, we use data from Mozambique over a 50-year period to illustrate cancer epidemiological trends in low-income and middle-income countries to hypothesise potential circumstances and factors that could explain changes in cancer burden and to discuss surveillance weaknesses and potential improvements. This epidemiological transition deserves increasing policy attention.

CDC in Mozambique (Factsheet)

Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), (2013)

This factsheet describes the work and activities of the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) in Mozambique as well as its impact in this country.

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