The editorial team of the 2018 SAHR is currently seeking abstracts that give consideration to advances made in the health system over the past 21 years, and reflect on areas of improvement for the future.
Access to contraceptives in Africa has not increased at the same pace as elsewhere in the world. Some African nations are investing in family planning services to reduce fertility rates, improve economic development and their population's health.
Some interesting articles relating to the African setting that have been published in the latest issue of the Global Journal of Medicine and Public Health.
Highlighting challenges related to managing large movements of refugees and migrants outlined in the New York Declaration for Refugees and Migrants, this article focuses on the need to face possibly the greatest social problem in this century: to change the way we relate to the planet and to each other.
The project calls for involving ministries of education/health/others and faculties of education and for encouraging the embedding of knowledge, skills and values about the SDGs and how to achieve these and One Health within and across education curricula.