Mpↄtam

Community

Sua fa sԑdeԑ yԑne mpↄtam a wↄn ho aka no nkutahodie a yԑnam so de reboa wↄn ama wↄahunu sԑdeԑ wↄn bԑhwԑ HIV ne Hepatitis a ԑnam mmoawa so ba no fa ho adeԑ.

Yԑne mpↄtam hↄfoↄ no di nkutaho wↄ akwan pii a ԑde obuo ma wↄn amammerԑ ne wↄn nneԑma a wↄn ani ku ho no so.

Apomuden Adwumayԑfoↄ

Health Care Workers

Hwehwԑ nsԑm a ԑfa kasa ahodoↄ ne apomuden mpuntuo ho akadeԑ ho na ԑmmoa wo wↄ w’adwuma a wone atukↄtenafoↄ ne wↄn a wↄabↄ wↄn ho adwaa reyԑ no.

Yԑne wo bԑtumi ayԑ adwuma de ama wo nhyehyԑeԑ a woyԑ ma amammerԑ ahodoↄ mufoↄ no akↄ kan.

Dawurubↄ

Media

Hwԑ mmoa ahodoↄ ne akadeԑ ahodoↄ a yԑde rema dawurubↄfoↄ nnansa yi no, dwumadie no ho nsԑm, nkontabuo ne nhyehyԑeԑ a ԑwↄ hↄ ma dawurubↄfoↄ wↄ amanneԑbↄ mu.

Kↄ yԑn Diversity News amanneԑbↄ no mu na fa wo ho hyԑ mu na hunu nneԑma foforↄ biara a ԑbԑba wↄ MHAHS kaseԑbↄ ahodoↄ nyinaa ho.

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    In the lead-up to World AIDS Day on 1 December, the MHAHS will launch an ethnic media campaign in the African, Chinese, Indonesian, Spanish, Thai and Vietnamese communities to promote HIV home testing and treatment. The My Health, My...

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  • Communities engaged with hep B campaign

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    21 November 2017

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