Monthly Archives: December 2018

Nigeria Targets 26M People in Yellow Fever Campaign

ABUJA A vaccination center in Nigeria’s capital, Abuja, is swarming with people, a sign that Nigeria’s campaign to vaccinate more people against yellow fever appears to be making headway.

As part of the effort, Nigeria’s government partnered with the World …

When Cooperation Works, World Wins, Secretary-General Says in 2019 New Year Message, Calling for Greater Efforts to Confront Climate Change Threat

The following statement was issued today by the Spokesman for UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres:

Dear fellow citizens of the world, I wish you a happy, peaceful and prosperous New Year.

Last New Year, I issued a red alert, and the …

WHO WARNSS DR CONGO UNREST THREATENING GAINS IN EBOLA FIGHT

GENEVA, The World Health Organization warned that growing unrest in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo was disrupting efforts to rein in an Ebola outbreak, threatening gains made in fighting the deadly virus.

The security situation in the Ebola-hit Beni and …

WHO WARNSS DR CONGO UNREST THREATENING GAINS IN EBOLA FIGHT

GENEVA, The World Health Organization warned that growing unrest in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo was disrupting efforts to rein in an Ebola outbreak, threatening gains made in fighting the deadly virus.

The security situation in the Ebola-hit Beni and …

TUNISIA COASTGUARD RESCUES 45 MIGRANTS

TUNIS, The Tunisian coastguard on Sunday rescued 45 migrants near the Kerkennah Islands off the country’s eastern coast, the National Guard said.

The migrants, mostly from sub-Saharan Africa, were found “in good health” after their boat broke down near the …

TUNISIA COASTGUARD RESCUES 45 MIGRANTS

TUNIS, The Tunisian coastguard on Sunday rescued 45 migrants near the Kerkennah Islands off the country’s eastern coast, the National Guard said.

The migrants, mostly from sub-Saharan Africa, were found “in good health” after their boat broke down near the …