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The work of WHO Rwanda in 2014-2015: Biennium Supporting Health Services Delivery for Universal Health Coverage in Rwanda World Health Organization, Rwanda Country Office (2016)Rwanda has made outstanding socioeconomic progress in the last two decades. Significant improvements in health outcomes and other key development indicators have been observed, especially in the area of maternal and child health. Despite the significant gains and improvements recorded, malnutrition remains a problem among children aged underfive years. Additionally, Rwanda is experiencing a significant increase in the number of malaria cases, from 514 173 cases in 2012 to 1 967 402 cases in 2015. The Ministry of Health and partners are currently ...
Management and Care of Women Victims of Violence : Orientation Workshop,11-14 February 1997, Kigali, Rwanda = La prise en charge des femmes victimes de violence, atêlier d' orientation, 11-14 février 1997, Kigali, Rwanda / prepared and edited by Carol Djeddah ... [et al.] Management and Care of Women Victims of Violence Orientation Workshop (1997: Kigali, Rwanda); Djeddah, Carol; Ladjali, Malika; Dehlot, Colette; Ndakengerwa, Octavien; Sorgho, Gaston; World Health Organization. Violence and Injury Prevention Team (WHO/HSC/PVI/99.8, 1999)
Rwanda: proyecto de resolución propuesto por las delegaciones de los países siguientes: Botswana, Burundi, Camerún, Etiopía, Ghana, Kenya, Lesotho, Malawi, Mauricio, Namibia, Níger, Nigeria, República Unida de Tanzania, Senegal, Seychelles, Sierra Leona, Swazilandia, Togo, Uganda, Zambia y Zimbabwe Asamblea Mundial de la Salud, 47 (A47/B/Conf.Paper No.9, 1994)