The World Health Organisation (WHO) has put in place a strict set of measures countries should adopt to avoid the spread of Covid-19, but some of these have been criticised for being too economically damaging to adopt – and potentially not as effective – in a developing country context.
The Minister of Health, Armindo Tiago, announced on Wednesday that $5 million is needed to improve the control and prevention capacity of COVID-19, including the urgent construction of isolation centres
Accommodation centres in Beira are unprepared for a ‘predictable’ cholera outbreak which threatens to cause more devastation
The spectre of HIV looms large over Mozambique. More than 2 million Mozambicans are estimated…