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Representatives from more than 40 countries, along with experts and representatives from civil society, met in Paris this week to discuss how different sectors can come together and collaborate to improve health and well-bring for children and adolescents across the European Region. The conference was organized by WHO/Europe and hosted by the Ministry of Social Affairs and Health of France....
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To ensure health & well-being for all children and adolescents, we need to: Start early. Work together. Act on time. #together4health
WHO has developed a compendium of case studies and stories that offer 101 examples of how working across the health, education and social sectors can help improve the health and well-being of children and adolescents in the European Region. It has been released ahead of a High-level conference on working together for better health and well-being, taking place in Paris on 7-8 December. Learn...
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101 examples of improving the health and well-being of children and adolescents through intersectoral action

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On 7-8 December, Member States and representatives of international organizations and civil society will gather in Paris to for a high-level conference on working together for better health and well-being. The conference aims to strengthen intersectoral cooperation between the health, education and social sectors in the WHO European Region to achieve better, more equal health and social...
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On #UNDay, this gallery of photos from WHO/Europe’s Global Goals photo booth shows how people have pledged to support the #SDGs by taking action in their everyday lives.
There are more than 2 million cumulative cases of #HIV in the WHO European Region, according to a new report from WHO/Europe and the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control. But many people living with HIV/AIDS do not know their status. HIV self-testing is a way to reach more people with undiagnosed HIV and represents a step forward to empower individuals, diagnose people earlier...
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For the first time, the cumulative number of #HIV cases in the WHO European Region has increased to over 2 million. This includes more than 153 000 new HIV cases in 2015 – a 7% increase in new cases compared to the previous year and the highest annual number since reporting began in the 1980s. These are the main findings of a new report released jointly by WHO/Europe and the European Centre...
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Immunization was a main focus of The Crown Princess of Denmark's visit to the Republic of Moldova last week. During her time in the country, she spoke about this priority health area, saying, "Immunization saves lives. Apart from safe drinking water, no other health intervention has reduced diseases and mortality as effectively and safely as vaccination. No child should suffer from illness,...
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The visit of Her Royal Highness The Crown Princess of Denmark to the Republic of Moldova continued on Thursday. The day's agenda included visits to the National Centre for Public Health, a vaccine cold storage facility, the Mother & Child Institute and the State University of Medicine and Pharmacy “Nicolae Testemitanu”. The Crown Princess and the WHO Regional Director for Europe, Dr Zsuzsanna...
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Her Royal Highness The Crown Princess of Denmark arrived to the Republic of Moldova yesterday where she will join Dr Zsuzsanna Jakab, WHO Regional Director for Europe, for a series of meetings and site visits. These will focus on the importance of women’s and children’s health, maintaining momentum on immunization and addressing antimicrobial resistance (AMR). They will see first-hand how...
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This week WHO/Europe and Belgium signed a cooperation agreement, which commits both parties to collaborating on five priority areas for the next six years, from 2016 to 2022. These include:

1) the central position of the patient and the development of public health capacity
2) noncommunicable diseases
3) strengthening of prevention and management of health crises
4) environment and health
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Nearly half of the 2.5 million people living with HIV in the WHO European Region are currently unaware of their infection. Close to half of those who test positive are diagnosed at a late stage, delaying access to treatment and increasing the chances of transmission to their partners. The vast majority of the 15 million people living with hepatitis C and 13.3 million people living with...
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As patron of the WHO Regional Office for Europe, Her Royal Highness The Crown Princess of Denmark will visit the Republic of Moldova with Dr Zsuzsanna Jakab, WHO Regional Director for Europe, on 23–25 November 2016. The visit will focus on the importance of women’s and children’s health, maintaining momentum on immunization and addressing antimicrobial resistance (AMR). Read more: [ Bit.ly Link ]
HRH Crown Princess Mary of Denmark, Patron of the WHO Regional Office for Europe, expresses her support for World Antibiotic Awareness Week 2016: "For almost 10 years, Europe has been a leader in the fight against antimicrobial resistance. Its commitment is a strong example for the rest of the world. Let us work together to ensure that the world “handles antibiotics with care” – not just for...
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#AntibioticResistance can affect anyone, of any age, in any country. This is what Dutch author, actress and television host Daphne Deckers learned when she fell ill with a multidrug-resistant E. coli infection. Out of eight possible antibiotics that could be used to treat the infection, only the eighth and final one worked. Now she campaigns to raise awareness about antibiotic resistance. She...
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#AntibioticResistance can affect anyone, of any age, in any country. This is what Dutch author, actress and television host Daphne Deckers learned when she fell ill with a multidrug-resistant E. coli infection. Out of eight possible antibiotics that could be used to treat the infection, only the eighth and final one worked. Now she campaigns to raise awareness about antibiotic resistance. She...
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Daphne Deckers: Treat antibiotics with care

Daphne Deckers is a Dutch author, television host, and actress. Daphne campaigns to raise awareness about antibiotic resistance following her personal experi...

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Antibiotic resistance presents one of the biggest threats to global health and development today – and the threat is growing. Health workers have a particularly vital role to play in defending the power of antibiotics, but steps can be taken at all levels of society to reduce the impact and limit the spread of #AntibioticResistance. To help encourage everyone to take action, WHO/Europe and...
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To prevent foodborne #toxoplasmosis, one should follow the WHO Five Keys to Safer Food. Effective hygiene including hand-washing and the use of clean water in food production and preparation is critical. Pregnant women should avoid undercooked meat. Fruits and vegetables should be thoroughly washed with clean water.