Hepatitis

Hepatitis is inflammation of the liver tissue. Some people or animals with hepatitis have no symptoms, whereas others develop yellow discoloration of the skin and whites of the eyes (jaundice), poor appetite, vomiting, tiredness, abdominal pain, and diarrhea. Hepatitis is acute if it resolves within six months, and chronic if it lasts longer than six months. Acute hepatitis can resolve on its own, progress to chronic hepatitis, or (rarely) result in acute liver failure. Chronic hepatitis may progress to scarring of the liver (cirrhosis), liver failure, and liver cancer.Hepatitis is most commonly caused by the viruses hepatitis A, B, C, …

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Oxfam GB · 19 July 2024 English

This report examines the systematic weaponization of water by the Government of Israel during its military campaign in Gaza. It highlights the severe water shortages and sanitation crises resulting from …

diseases, including cholera, diarrhoea, dysentery, hepatitis A, typhoid and more.133 The widespread destruction 000 cases of acute jaundice syndrome (suspected hepatitis A).160 These cases account for 26% of the population and women face an elevated risk of contracting hepatitis A.164 The number of fatalities from these diseases


EU: European Union · 26 June 2024 English

behaviours linked to infections such as HIV and hepatitis C. Specific efforts should be made to detect


UN: The United Nations · 25 June 2024 English

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Women Council. Hepatitis C 203. The MOHW has set a goal to eliminate Hepatitis C. HEP C treatment provided to NGOs and through mobile clinics. Hepatitis C treatment is integrated in the Human Immunodeficiency the HIV/Hepatitis C co-infected individuals. 204. Targeted awareness sessions on Hepatitis C are carried pregnant women are encouraged to get tested for HIV, Hepatitis B and C and Syphilis. Those who are HIV positive


World Bank Group · 25 June 2024 English

reduction in incidence of diseases (diarrhea, hepatitis, enteric fever, dengue and malaria as well as


World Bank Group · 25 June 2024 English

clothes • Provide vaccination to workers for Hepatitis and tetanus and perform regular health checkups


WHO: World Health Organization · 23 June 2024 English

Leishmaniasis Crimean-Congo haemorrhagic fever Hepatitis E Monkeypox Cholera Lassa fever Measles Deaths triggered a health crisis, with outbreaks of hepatitis E and other diseases and a high risk of waterborne operational partners for the response to the hepatitis E epidemic in the health districts of Adré, Hadjer-Hadid closed. The situation remains fluid. Burkina Faso Hepatitis E Ungraded 06-Jun-2024 04-Jan-2024 01-Jun-2024 1 June 2024, a total of 93 suspected cases of hepatitis E were reported from the Kaya health district


World Bank Group · 21 June 2024 English

This report aims to improve human capital in Chad by analyzing its determinants and proposing data-driven policy options. It highlights significant disparities in human capital development. Chad's human capital index …

source of the spread of waterborne diseases and hepatitis A. In the health sector, 24 percent, 39 percent


World Bank Group · 21 June 2024 English

Pakistan is currently navigating an unfavorable urban trajectory. Poor urban management is preventing it from realizing the full promise of urbanization in the form of improved prosperity and livability. City …

pose health risks that include some types of hepatitis and other waterborne diseases. In general, water


World Bank Group · 20 June 2024 English

malnutrition, child mortality, maternal health, HIV, and hepatitis are available. The DHS III key indicator reports


Cities Centre, University of Toronto · 19 June 2024 English

of reliably clean water can lead to higher risks of waterborne diseases, including cholera and hepatitis A. A transdisciplinary approach that engages multiple stakeholders and integrates scientific innovations

of waterborne diseases, including cholera and hepatitis A. A transdisciplinary approach that engages multiple


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