Hits: 452 Created on 06 September 2016 Written by GIS Category: HEALTH NEWS
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CHINESE EXPERTS TO FACILITATE VECTOR CONTROL MANAGEMENT TRAINING IN GRENADA

ST. GEORGE - Four leading Chinese Public Health experts will facilitate a five-day training seminar for Grenadian Public Health and Vector Control officers beginning Wednesday 7th, 2016.

Read more: TRAINING FOR TECHNOCRATS
 
Hits: 603 Created on 29 August 2016 Written by ghta Category: HEALTH NEWS
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GRENADA HOTEL & TOURISM ASSOCIATION RAISES ENVIRONMENTAL CONCERNS – CONTINUED IMPORTATION OF STYROFOAM AND THE DELAY IN ENFORCEMENT OF THE ABATEMENT OF LITTER ACT

In July of 2015 the Grenada Hotel & Tourism Association, along with the Grenada Solid Waste Management Authority , wrote to the then Minister of Agriculture, Hon. Roland Bhola, pointing out their concerns for the continued importation of Styrofoam products into Grenada, suggesting a list of alternative bio-degradable packaging products, and calling for a ban to be put in place on Styrofoam.

Read more: CALLING A SPADE, A SPADE
 
Hits: 586 Created on 25 August 2016 Written by Embassy of Cuba Category: HEALTH NEWS
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MEDICAL CHECK-UPS IN CUBA

Prevention is vital for maintaining health. Periodic clinical evaluations, complemented by basic and specialized tests, not only allow the ratification of good health condition, but also, make it possible to do early diagnosis of clinical disorders or diseases that, at the early stages, have medical solution.

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Hits: 497 Created on 27 August 2016 Written by MOH Category: HEALTH NEWS
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HEALTH INSPECTORS TO SWEEP PRIMARY AND SECONDARY SCHOOLS FOR MOSQUITO BREEDING AND INFESTATION

St. George -- In the days leading up to the start of the new school year, on September 5, health inspectors and vector control personnel will undertake a comprehensive inspection and fogging of primary and secondary schools on the island.

Read more: PREPPING FOR BACK-TO-SCHOOL
 
Hits: 456 Created on 19 August 2016 Written by GIS Category: HEALTH NEWS
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OFFICIALS LEADING THE ZIKA FIGHT VOICE CONCERN ABOUT DERELICT VEHICLES, BOATS ON KIRANI JAMES BOULEVARD

ST. GEORGE - With just hours to go before Grenada holds a national clean up exercise from 6:00am on August 20 and 21, to attempt a reduction of mosquito breeding, a widespread Zika outbreak and illegal dumping, two government health inspectors are calling for immediate action along the Kirani James boulevard (Lagoon Road) in St. George.

Read more: ONE LAST CHANCE
 

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