WORLD AIDS DAY 2015, BAHN REFUGEE CAMP : Home AHA News World Aids Day 2015, Bahn Refugee Camp

World AIDS Day is held on December 1st of each year and is an opportunity for people worldwide to unite and collaborate in the fight against HIV, raise awareness, show their support for those living with HIV and to commemorate people who have died. The global commitment to commemorate the day has significantly helped to gather …

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VOLUNTARY REPATRIATION OF ANGOLAN REFUGEES : Home AHA News Voluntary Repatriation of Angolan Refugees

AHA began a voluntary repatriation project of Angolan refugees in Namibia in partnership with all stakeholders in April 2012. Following a March meeting between the governments of the Republics of Namibia and Angola, and the UNHCR, refugees were informed of the opportunity to register for organized voluntary repatriation. In response,  During the months of April and May, AHA conducted …

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UPDATE ON EBOLA OUTBREAK IN UGANDA :Home AHA News Update on Ebola Outbreak in Uganda

Uganda’s Ministry of Health declared the country free of the Ebola Hemorrhagic Fever following a three months outbreak that killed 17 people in the Kibaale District. The Ministry worked in collaboration with national and international actors to respond to and mitigate the outbreak. The World Health Organization recommended travel and trade restrictions to not be …

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World Aids Day, 2016

The World Aids day was observed on December 1, 2016, in the Bahn and Little Wlebo Refugee camp. The program was dedicated to raising awareness to the Aids pandemic caused by the spread of HIV infection. This year, the global theme” HANDS UP ON PREVENTION OF HIV/AIDS”, and the national theme “ENDING AIDS IN LIBERIA,LEAVING …

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THE AFRICAN UNION HONORS AFRICA HUMANITARIAN ACTION : Home AHA News THE AFRICAN UNION HONORS AFRICA HUMANITARIAN ACTION

The African Union (AU) recognized Africa Humanitarian Action (AHA) for its “contribution and solidarity in the fight against Ebola”. A recognition plaque was presented by the current Chairperson of the AU, H.E. Mr. Idriss Deby Itno, President of the Republic of Chad and by Dr. Nkosazana Dlamini Zuma Chairperson AU Commission, to AHA’s Founding President, …

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TAKING STRIDES IN DISEASE PREVENTION-AHA UGANDA : Home AHA News Taking Strides in Disease Prevention-AHA Uganda

Additionally, AHA has successfully undertaken an HIV/AIDS prevention project in five of the six settlements using funding from OPEC Fund for International Development through UNHCR. The project targeted 36,000 refugees and host communities. The project components included providing education on HIV/AIDS prevention and mitigation; training health staff and community members to improve skills and knowledge …

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SURVEY ON CHILD ILLNESS AWARENESS IN AJUONG THOK REFUGEE CAMP IN SOUTH SUDAN : Home AHA News Survey on Child Illness Awareness in Ajuong Thok Refugee Camp in South Sudan

Survey on Mothers/Caretakers Awareness on Child Illnesses, Health Care seeking behavior and Utilization of Health Care services in Ajuong Thok refugee camp, South Sudan Africa Humanitarian Action (AHA) South Sudan, August, 2016 Africa Humanitarian Action partnered with UNICEF in May 2016, to implement an Integrated Community Case Management (iCCM) project for a period of six …

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STORY OF A FISTULA SURVIVOR : Home AHA News Story of a Fistula Survivor

Having suffered from Fistula for 12 years, Workinesh Loha understands the dire consequences of home delivery. Workinesh developed Fistula from prolonged labor during her first pregnancy. This pregnancy resulted in stillbirth and since, she has had three more at home deliveries while suffering from Fistula. Due to problems that arose from her condition, Workinesh’s husband …

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