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.More about this news
Cuito - The campaign "Born Free to Shine", aimed at eliminating HIV transmission from mother to child, was launched Monday in Cuito (Bié) by the provincial governor's wife, Catarina Alfredo.
Cuito - The head of Health Office of the region Joao Cacungula said Friday in Cuito that 36 people died of rabies in central Bié province in 2018, more 22 deaths compared to 2017.
Cuito - The National Police seized this month (November) one tone of medicines illegally traded in unauthorised sites, as part of ongoing crackdown on illegal activity dubbed "Operation Rescue" in central Bié province.
Nharea - At least 1,345 impregnated mosquito nets were distributed to the communities of Lúbia commune, Nhârea municipality, 240 kilometers north of the province of Bié, since August this year, by the health authorities in the district.
Camacupa - The need to improve the management of drugs and equipment in hospitals in the province, for equitable distribution to users was one of the ways to restore the credibility of the population in public health units, said the local governor, Pereira Alfredo.
Cuito - At least 4 43 people, in particular children under 15, died in central Bie province in last January and February 2018 due to complicated malaria, said the provincial director of Health , João Campos Cacungula.
Cuito - The governor of Bie, Manuel de Boavida Neto, Monday considered that the improvement of medical care and the solution of the problem of the scarcity of medicines and expendable materials are the order of the day in his portfolio.
Cuito - The Bié deputy governor, Carlos Ulombe da Silva, on Saturday in Cuito urged social institutions to raise awareness among young people of the spirit of solidarity with vulnerable families hospitalized or affected by natural calamities.