Association ESE

ESE

   Association for Emancipation, Solidarity and Equality of Women.

Ребаланс на буџетот во септември или октомври

Заменик-министерката за финансии Ширет Елези изјави денеска дека наплатата на даноците и општите приходи во првата половина од годинава е зголемена за 6,6 отсто, односно дека се реализирани 96,2 милијарди денари од планираните 210 милијарди. Таа најави и ребаланс на буџетот во септември или октомври.

„Ребалансот на буџетот е редовна пракса и се прави секоја година и веќе службите се во подготовка на анализа на реализацијата на сите проекти без разлика дали се тековни или капитални во делот на податоците што ги црпат од Трезорот. Се планира да се реализира во септември или октомври и за тоа јавноста ќе биде благовремено информирана“, изјави Елези по денешниот увид во градежните активности за реновирање на ОУ „Рајко Жинзифов“ во скопската општина Чаир.

https://www.slobodnaevropa.mk/a/30060262.html

Извор: Радио Слободна Европа – 17.07.2019

 

1 in 10 children miss out on lifesaving vaccines: new data from WHO and UNICEF

20 million children worldwide – more than 1 in 10 – missed out on lifesaving vaccines such as measles, diphtheria and tetanus in 2018, according to new data from WHO and UNICEF. Most unvaccinated children live in the poorest countries and are disproportionately in fragile or conflict-affected states.
 
Since 2010, vaccination coverage with 3 doses of diphtheria, tetanus and pertussis and 1 dose of the measles vaccine has stalled at around 86% globally. 95% coverage is needed to protect against outbreaks of vaccine-preventable diseases.

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Source: WHO – 15.07.2019

 

1,000 life-changing days

This new video from EuroHealthNet explores the effects of social, emotional, and physical environments during the first three years of life on long-term health and wellbeing. It looks at the actions needed to create solid foundations for later life.

The first 1000 days of life are extraordinary.

It is when the foundations of the rest of our lives are created. The brain develops more than at any other time. It is when our surroundings affect us the most.

Those days shape the adults we become, our future health and wellbeing, and our ability to raise happy and healthy future generations.

In those first 1000 days and beyond, not all children have the same opportunities to grow and thrive. 

https://eurohealthnet.eu/sites/eurohealthnet.eu/modules/civicrm/extern/url.php?u=3400&qid=631120

The video is available in English, French, Greek, Italian, Polish, Portuguese, and Spanish.

Source: EuroHealthNet – 04.07.2019

Expanding access to health services with self-care interventions

24 June 2019│ At least 400 million people worldwide lack access to the most essential health services. By 2035, there will be an estimated shortage of nearly 13 million healthcare workers. Around 1 in 5 of the world’s population will be living in settings that are experiencing humanitarian crises. At the same time, new diagnostics, devices, drugs and digital innovations are transforming how people interact with the health sector.

In response to this, WHO launched its first guideline on self-care interventions for health, with a focus in this first volume on sexual and reproductive health and rights. Some of the interventions include self-sampling for HPV and sexually transmitted infections, self-injectable contraceptives, home-based ovulation predictor kits, HIV self-testing and self-management of medical abortion.

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More than 1 million new curable sexually transmitted infections every day

6 June 2019 - Geneva, Switzerland

Every day, there are more than 1 million new cases of curable sexually transmitted infections (STIs) among people aged 15-49 years, according to data released today by the World Health Organization. This amounts to more than 376 million new cases annually of four infections - chlamydia, gonorrhoea, trichomoniasis, and syphilis.

“We’re seeing a concerning lack of progress in stopping the spread of sexually transmitted infections worldwide,” said Dr Peter Salama, Executive Director for Universal Health Coverage and the Life-Course at WHO. “This is a wake-up call for a concerted effort to ensure everyone, everywhere can access the services they need to prevent and treat these debilitating diseases.”

Published online by the Bulletin of the World Health Organization, the research shows that among men and women aged 15–49 years, there were 127 million new cases of chlamydia in 2016, 87 million of gonorrhoea, 6.3 million of syphilis and 156 million of trichomoniasis.

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