Namibia News

Mr Amakali shares  his journey of living with a mental illness at the World Mental Health Day public lecture

Mental Health in the Workplace

The Honorable Deputy Ministry of Health and Social Services, Hon Julieta Kavetuna officially launched the Health Accounts Reports for 2014/15

Namibia 2014-2015 Health Accounts Report Launched

Dr Sirak Hailu, WHO Namibia Maternal Health Officer and Focal Point for NCDs,  guiding group discussions during the consultation workshop

Cancer Prevention and Control in Namibia

Teenage girl breastfeeding her newborn baby while WHO Representative, Dr  Charles Sagoe-Moses and Mr Thomas Shapumbu, Kunene Regional Health Director looks on

Opuwo Health District will get a Maternity Waiting Home

WHO Medical Eligibility Criteria Wheel for Contraceptive Use, 2015

Increased access to quality family planning services is key to the health of adolescent girls and young women

Regional Suicide Prevention workshop participants

WHO, Ministry of Health and Social Services conclude workshop on Suicide Prevention

WHO Representative to Namibia, Dr Charles Sagoe-Moses (left), speaking at the event; alongside Dr Britta Lohrke from Ministry of Health and Social Services (middle)

WHO, NAMBTS and MOHSS celebrate World Blood Donor Day

WHO Representative to Namibia, Dr Charles Sagoe-Moses shakes hands with Hon. Mrs. Netumbo Nandi-Ndaitwah, Namibia's Minister of International Relations and Cooperation

WHO Representative to Namibia presents credentials

Annual African Vaccination Week (AVW) 2016

The HEW training is being supported by the World Health Organization (WHO), through the Programme for Accelerating the Reduction in Maternal and Child Mortality (PARMaCM). PARMaCM is a joint partnership between MHSS and the European Union (EU),with the EU providing financial support and WHO providing technical support. It was launched in February 2013 with a total budget of 10 million Euros (+/- 130 million Namibia Dollars), and will run until 2017.

Bringing healthcare to rural communities