Food can become contaminated at any point in the food chain, so everyone must take measures to keep food safe—from producers ...
In Latin America and the Caribbean, voluntary donation accounts for less than half of all blood supplies. For World Blood Donor Day, the Pan American Health Organization (PAHO) is calling for ...
Washington DC, 5 June (PAHO) - Teenage pregnancy, domestic violence and intercultural dialogues were some of the main focuses ...
Doctor Carissa F. Etienne was elected by the Member States of the Pan American Health Organization (PAHO) for a second term ...
The ministers of the Caribbean have agreed on an action plan to ensure that the health of people living in Small Island ...
Washington, D.C., 30 May 2019 (PAHO/WHO) – Tobacco control measures, particularly those to ensure smoke-free public and work spaces, must be urgently stepped up in order to protect the health of the ...
Much has been written about small island states and the impacts of climate change, including stronger hurricanes, sea level ...
Approximately 500,000 patients in different hospital departments—emergency, intensive care, surgery, and general ...
Field Kits for Public Health Emergencies is a new project developed by the Emergency Operations unit of the PAHO Health ...
At the end of November Nicaragua held a Hospital Disaster Response Preparedness Workshop in close coordination with the ...
Washington, D.C., 28 May 2019 (PAHO/WHO) –Individuals, organizations and authorities from six countries across the Region of the Americas, including Antigua and Barbuda, Argentina, Colombia, El ...
Geneva, 22 May 2019– Algeria and Argentina have been officially recognized by WHO as malaria-free. The certification is granted when a country proves that it has interrupted indigenous transmission of ...