Malnutrition with lack of clean water and poor sanitation coupled increase the risk of communicable disease outbreaks. It is estimated that more than 50 percent of the population has no access to primary health care. If allowed to continue is disabled, this crisis could result in many deaths from associated diseases such as cholera, respiratory diseases, diarrhea and malaria. U.S. $ 1.3 million 61 people and killed ten in the district of Bouza in Tahoua region. As part of the health response, WHO is eight cholera kits Niger this week in preparation to send to manage up to 800 severe cases of cholera.
Malnourished, and to meet Niger the health needsconnected A plague of locusts in 2004 with drought in the same year and in 2005, a severe food crisis in Niger. Performed based on a joint assessment in March of this year, was the government the United Nations estimate and partner NGOs, 6 million people affected sind.5 million people are extremely vulnerable and require food aid. An estimated 160,000 children in Niger are moderately malnourished, and another 32 000 children are severely malnourished.Hospitals help businesses – their particular insurance Regenschirme – through the payment for advisors , hiring Director and healthcare program offers stop smoking classes of, after Eagle. The efforts are one way patients increase patient and benefit gain additional contracting. So Raytheon Aircraft part at preventive health programs by hotels in Wichita based Wesley Medical Center which acquired this year, Raytheon discount its assurance contracts. Nita Long, Director of the Compensation & Benefits at Raytheon, said: It is not only a matter of procurement for of the cheapest health insurance It is a question of education you work force and providing Programme.
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