WHO has received many excellent applications for the WHO Scientific Advisory Group for the Origins of Novel Pathogens, but is reopening nominations until 29 September in order to attract additional geographically and gender diverse candidates. https://bit.ly/3kQ5NJn pic.twitter.com/d7XldYW4EP
The book "My Hero is You 2021: how kids can hope with
#COVID19" is available in Arabic, Bengali, Chinese, English, French, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish and Swahili.
More translations are underway https://bit.ly/39Ctlek pic.twitter.com/JpmXi1Xi1u
The new story drew from the responses to a survey of more than 5000 children, parents, caregivers and teachers from around the world who were asked to describe the challenges they continue to face in the second year of the
#COVID19 pandemic https://bit.ly/39Ctlek pic.twitter.com/U5mvGbqPSN
@eltonofficial, for your shoutout to the @WHOFoundation’s #GoGiveOne campaign and for supporting #VaccinEquity! Together!
Like its predecessor, the new book is the result of a collaboration of 60 organizations working in the humanitarian sector, including WHO,
@UNICEF, @Refugees, @ifrc and @MHPSSCollabora1
https://bit.ly/39Ctlek https://twitter.com/who/status/1441736058421477381 …pic.twitter.com/JqZvyGgnkq
What steps should a school take to keep students and staff safe from
#COVID19? What about vaccination? How can families and communities keep themselves safe as schools reopen? Dr @mvankerkhove explains in #ScienceIn5 this week pic.twitter.com/QjVo4rXCkb #DYK that there are two types of condoms?
You can use male or female #condoms to prevent unintended pregnancy, #HIV and other sexually transmitted infections.
Use of contraception is a shared responsibility. Discussing options is part of an equal and healthy relationship. Remember, sex should always be:
Over-the-counter contraception is available in different forms, including pills, injectables, and barrier methods. Contraceptive counseling can help you find the method that is right for you and help to prevent unintended pregnancy https://bit.ly/3lOsyN2 pic.twitter.com/K4ff4Jru4s
Did you know that WHO has a digital app for
#FamilyPlanning providers? This app can help ensure a contraceptive method is:
for their client.
Download here: https://bit.ly/2WcHHim
Contraception and family planning information and services are life-saving and important at all times. Sexual activity does not stop with the
#Condoms, when used correctly and consistently, are safe and highly effective in:
preventing unwanted pregnancy
preventing sexually transmitted infections, including #HIV