The Senior Prevention Advisor at United Nations AIDS (UNAIDS), Karusa Kiragu, has urged men to get involved in the elimination of Mother-To-Child-Transmission (MTCT) of HIV/AIDS.

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There is nothing as painful as watching a child withering away with an illness which could have been easily avoided. But pregnant mothers still deny their children the right to live a healthy life by refusing to get tested for HIV and Aids early.

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South Africa’s high child mortality rates have forced the government to rethink its policy on infant feeding and move to discontinue the free provision of formula milk at hospitals and clinics, as well as promote an exclusive breastfeeding strategy for all mothers, including those living with HIV.

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First let me acknowledge the presence of Deputy Minister and thank all of you for making time to participate at this important gathering to chart the future for our country especially children and mothers.

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Two year old Neema Mramba and her twin sister live with their grandmother in a village called Matsangoni in Kilifi.

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The Ghana School Feeding Programme (GSFP) will soon submit a draft policy to Cabinet for consideration.

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Deputy Health Minister Dr Gwen Ramokgopa has challenged health workers to put more focus on achieving better outcomes on child services.

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An estimated 18 million children worldwide have been forcibly displaced from their homes because of conflict; a third of those are refugees whose families have fled across international borders, research shows.

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Authorities in Kano, Nigeria, recently announced people would be jailed or fined for refusing to immunize their children against polio, as cases increase in the northern state, but it is unclear whether this approach is working.

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"It is imperative that NCDs prevention programmes target youth since lifestyle habits are often adopted at this stage of life and frequently remain well into adulthood," Commonwealth Deputy Secretary-General Ransford Smith.

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