• February 17th, 2019
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POSTS BY Alvine Kapitako

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Unhappy foreign-trained doctors to march to PM’s office

WINDHOEK - A group of about 200 foreign-trained medical and dental students will today petition the Office of the Prime Minister to air their grievances on the Health Professions Councils of Namibia (HPCNA)’s evaluation of foreign-trained medical and dental graduates. 

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Expatriate nurses leaving for locals to get jobs

WINDHOEK - The executive director in the Ministry of Health and Social Services, Ben Nangombe, yesterday confirmed that expatriate nurses from different countries whose contracts were not renewed are leaving the country.

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New NGO to look after refugees’ welfare

WINDHOEK – A former employee at the Ministry of Home Affairs and Immigration saw the need to set up an organisation that offers social, legal and health protection to refugees living in Namibia. 

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UNFPA donates hygiene kits for hepatitis E fight

WINDHOEK - The United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) donated 1 600 hygiene kits worth over N$500 000 to the Ministry of Health and Social Services, as part of efforts to combat the persisting hepatitis E outbreak.