Writing women’s reproductive health: A Uganda study By Rosanne Anholt and the Health Journalist Network in Uganda Research shows that the decisions people make with regards to their health may be in part drawn from various mass media resources. As such, the media not only mirrors how health is understood within the society – it…
Health Journalists Network in Uganda Wins Global Media Award Press Release: Congratulations HEJNU http://www.prb.org/Publications/Articles/2014/health-journalists-award.aspx (December 2014) The Health Journalists Network in Uganda (HEJNU) has won this year’s top Global Media Award with its special edition of Health Digest www.hejnu.ug on reproductive health policy. The 43-page publication was produced with support from PRB’s USAID-funded IDEA http://www.prb.org/About/ProgramsProjects/IDEA.aspx project. The special edition…
Globally, everyone strives to save the mother and newborn lives during and after birth especially in a medical facility. Here we explore the different aspects connected to mothers giving birth to a healthy baby in Uganda.
Kidney disease is one of the serial killers that one ought to prevent in one way or the other
Like a how glowing flower is attracted by bees, so are our adolescents faced with hormonal changes at their time. This publication provides an insight of what they should expect from their bodies and how to go about it.
We try to explore the cause of cancerous tissue in our bodies
Every Mother hopes to give birth to a healthy baby,however some die during birth or endure complications in the process. This looks into the detail of saving and sustaining the mother’s health