Cuito - The Order of Nurses of Angola (ORDEFA) in the province of Bié defended the improvement of working conditions in nursing technical training schools, aiming at maintaining rigor and training qualified personnel, taking into account the complexity in the practice of the profession.
Luena - The Secretary of State for Health for hospital area, Leonardo Europeo Inocêncio, assessed Sunday (23) the restoration works of the municipal hospital of Camanongue, eastern Moxico province, in progress since 2012.
Lubango - The reinforcement of epidemiological surveillance against viral haemorrhagic fever was one of the recommendations made at the First International Child Health Symposium, held from 20 to 21 June at the "Pioneiro Zeca" Pediatric Hospital in the city of Lubango, Huíla.
Luanda - The strategy of Mental Health, Alcohol, Tobacco and other drugs, is an instrument that would allow Angola to strengthen the approach in a holistic way, to improve the mental situation in the country, was approved on Friday in Luanda during the Workshop hosted by the Ministry of Health (MINSA) and World Health Organization (WHO).
Saurimo - At least 106,806 children were vaccinated against measles in the province of Lunda Sul during a campaign held in May this year, reported Thursday in Saurimo, the head of the department of Public Health in the region, Domingos Tchinguendji.
Benguela - The General Hospital of coastal Benguela Province is to save 12 million kwanzas with the entrance into operation of the oxygen manufacturer in that health institution.
Luanda - The national blood bank needs 300,000 voluntary donors to assist the health units, said Friday in Luanda, the Secretary of State for Health for the Hospital Area, Leornado Innocent.
Ondjiva - The Angolan First Lady, Ana Dias Lourenço, expressed concern on Tuesday about the incidence and prevalence of HIV/ IDS in the southern Cunene Province, set at 6.1 percent of new transmissions, considered the largest prevalence rate in the country.
Ondjiva - The First Lady of Angola, Ana Dias Lourenço, is since Monday morning in the city of Ondjiva, southern Cunene Province, where for two days she will evaluate the progress of the "Born Free to Shine" campaign, which aims to eliminate mother-to-child transmission of HIV.