Health & Life

Health & Life

With the belief that healthy communities are productive communities, Pathmos Foundation focuses on educating communities on preventative healthcare measures as well as providing responsive healthcare centers.

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Making a Difference

Making a Difference

Pathmos Foundation focuses exclusively on the primary healthcare sector by building a bottom-up primary healthcare model that embraces all individuals in every level (social and economical) of the community.

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Focus on Africa

Focus on Africa

By working only with vetted and experienced professionals in the region, Pathmos Foundation strives to maintain the rigorous standard of professional excellence and objectivity within its facilities and operations.

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News Headline

WHO and UNICEF issue new guidance to promote breastfeeding in health facilities globally
WHO and UNICEF today issued new ten-step guidance to increase support for breastfeeding in health facilities that provide maternity and newborn services. Breastfeeding all babies for the first 2 years would save the lives of more than 820 000 children under age 5 annually.

The Ten Steps to Successful Breastfeeding underpin the Baby-friendly Hospital Initiative, which both organizations launched in 1991. The practical guidance encourages new mothers to breastfeed and informs health workers how best to support breastfeeding.

WHO concerned about suspected chemical attacks in Syria
WHO is deeply alarmed by reports of the suspected use of toxic chemicals in Douma city, East Ghouta.

According to reports from Health Cluster partners, during the shelling of Douma on Saturday, an estimated 500 patients presented to health facilities exhibiting signs and symptoms consistent with exposure to toxic chemicals. In particular, there were signs of severe irritation of mucous membranes, respiratory failure and disruption to central nervous systems of those exposed.

Nearly one billion people in Africa to be protected against yellow fever by 2026
Nearly one billion people will be vaccinated against yellow fever in 27 high-risk African countries by 2026 with support from WHO, Gavi – the Vaccine Alliance, UNICEF and more than 50 health partners.

The commitment is part of the Eliminate Yellow fever Epidemics (EYE) in Africa strategy, which was launched by Dr Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, WHO Director-General, Professor Isaac Folorunso Adewole, Nigeria’s Minister of Health and partners at a regional meeting in Abuja, Nigeria on Tuesday (10 April).