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News for April 2015

RHD register in Malaysia

17 April 2015

February Heartbeat story on the RHD register established in Sabah state at Queen Elisabeth II Hospital.

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RHD campaign in Darfur, Sudan

17 April 2015

The Ministry of Health in Darfur, with funding from the WHO Country office, has conducted a campaign to control RHD in Darfur.

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Nigeria: Heart Hope Club launched

17 April 2015

The Heart Hope Club; a support and advocacy group for people affected by children’s heart disease was launched in Jos, Nigeria in November 2014.

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Manual | Train the trainer module

17 April 2015

A training resource for health workers has recently been made available online.

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In memoriam: Gene Stollerman

17 April 2015

The global RHD community was saddened by the death of Professor Gene Stollerman in September 2014 at the age of 93.

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END RHD CRE | Australia

17 April 2015

The National Health and Medical Research Council of Australia have recently awarded 5 years of funding for a Centre of Research Excellence to develop an ‘endgame’ for RHD in Australia.

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Video | Makulkul Mob - Wadeye

17 April 2015

Red Dust Role Models partner with remote Indigenous communities to work with youth in a bid to ensure that improved health outcomes are perceived by and recognized in all Australians.

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PASCAR / WHF Advocacy mini-grants

17 April 2015

In late 2014, PASCAR and WHF awarded small grants for advocacy projects on RHD. These have funded:

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Program implementation in Tanzania

17 April 2015

"In Tanzania we are preparing for the implementation of a RHD prevention and control program. Discussions are underway with local assessment and implementing partners.

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Uganda research focused on qualitative aspects of BPG

17 April 2015

The work of Case Western Reserve University and colleagues in Uganda continues to progress RHD control in the country, in part by leveraging existing HIV/AIDS infrastructure.

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