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In SA, HIV infection is no longer a death sentence but in countries like the Democratic Republic Congo, it's as if treatment never happened.
After Sierra Leone’s civil war, money poured in for mental health services. But a decade later, there's little left to help Ebola’s victims.
Will the world act now to be ready for the next big outbreak?
Nearly 36 000 young Mozambicans have signed up for SMS-based health counselling but will the new technology curb HIV infections?
Rwanda has shown that improved nutrition lifts individuals, families, communities and economies.
The disease kills more than a million people a year but the world's response to it is totally inadequate.
With the help of new technologies, global health organisations aim to eliminate malaria in Africa in the next 15 years.
Success hinges on a number of key factors, ranging from government buy-in to harnessing the support of traditional leaders and civil society.
The Ebola outbreak on the continent showed how countries with poor health systems are unfit to fight epidemics.
Vaccines take centre stage in times of crisis but outside of public health emergencies they do not always get the attention they deserve.
Doctors Without Borders has stressed the critical importance of adequate investment into the prevention of diseases such as Ebola and cholera.
Chinese and African health ministers have adopted a declaration to increase access to facilities, medication, health workers and training in Africa.
Twenty years after the genocide, Rwanda’s health system is showing drastic improvements.