Since the 1990s, Latin America and the Caribbean has been at the frontline and a leading region in terms of programs, as well as, in the advancement of the realization of more and new civil rights.
Malaria is the most important parasitic disease in the Peruvian Amazon region, where 95% of the country’s total number of cases is concentrated.
In the search for a modern law for the HIV response in Costa Rica, a text that might compromise women’s freedom is being discussed these weeks.
Though the High-level Meeting on Universal Health Coverage was full of self-indulgent and far-from-reality speeches, we managed to rescue some inspiring messages that broke the mold.
10 September 2019, Geneva, Switzerland – The Stop TB Partnership Board has appointed Dr. Luiz Henrique Mandetta, Minister of Health of Brazil,
Geneva – Unitaid welcomes new findings by the World Health Organization (WHO) and The Lancet that cite innovation,
Source: Jamaica Gleaner
Jamaica has recorded the most incidents of human rights violation when compared to its Caribbean neighbours.
According to the regional civil society-led human rights reporting mechanism,
Monday 30 September 2019 (PANCAP Coordinating Unit, CARICOM Secretariat): Senator The Honourable Mary Isella Isaac,
UNAIDS stresses the critical need to engage civil society and communities in every aspect of universal health coverage in order to leave no one behind