Health

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  • 14 Jul 2008- 20:58 by Local Press Report MYANMAR, YANGON International Federation of Red Cross And Red Crescent Societies (IFRC) The Myanmar Red Cross Society is continuing to provide frontline relief efforts, including access to safe drinking water, shelter, first aid and psychological support for
  • 23 Jun 2008- 14:47 by Local Press Report SANA'A Saba (Yemen) The parliament last weekend reviewed reports on a $34 million USD loan agreement with the Arab Fund for Economic and Social Development to finance water and sanitation projects in Aden. The project will help improve health and
  • 12 May 2008- 22:20 by OOSKAnews Correspondent MYANMAR, RANGOON — The United Nations and Britain-based charity Oxfam warn that nearly 2 million people in Myanmar are at risk of illness if safe drinking water and sanitation are not provided immediately. Already last week, international newspapers
  • 5 May 2008- 23:41 by Local Press Report PRAGUE, Czech Republic Xinhua (China)/Czech Happenings- The Czech Republic is providing funds for basic supplies including water, food and medicine for survivors of the cyclone that devastated parts of Myanmar last week. The government is providing funds
  • 5 May 2008- 21:49 by OOSKAnews Correspondent MYANMAR, RANGOON — Thousands of people were left without water supply Monday after Cyclone Nargis tore through southern Myanmar over the weekend. Disaster zones were declared in Rangoon, Irrawaddy, Pegu, Mon state and Karen state in the wake of the
  • 19 Feb 2008- 18:07 by Local Press Report India, MANGALORE The Hindu (India) — When the newly elected Bharatiya Janata Party takes over the Mangalore City Council on February 21, one of its first tasks will be to improve infrastructure in the city, particular water and drainage systems. Residents
  • 17 Feb 2008- 22:06 by Local Press Report DJIBOUTI UN News Service — The United Nations' International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD) is launching an $11.6 million USD project to improve use of surface water in Djibouti. The project aims to construct small dams in 10 selected sites
  • 11 Dec 2007- 09:12 by OOSKAnews Correspondent COLOMBO, Sri Lanka — The Sri Lankan government is planning to initiate three drinking water supply projects to provide clean and safe drinking water for the people living in the plantations in the Haputale and Bandarawela areas. The projects will cost

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