Addressing poverty as a core aim of the intervention approach galvanized strong multisectoral buy-in across these projects, as poverty is a common challenge among the populations targeted by all rural institutions. Regular information sharing through workshops and other meetings provided opportunities for cross-sector interactions which resulted in mutual learning and an appreciation for multisectoral engagement.
This study shows that TB progression risk is higher in native Peruvians, and the conclusions support including more diverse populations in genomic studies to provide better targeted healthcare in indigenous populations.
The Growing Resilience action-research project as detailed in this paper, aims to help support the health and food sovereignty of Wind River Indian Reservation (WRIR) communities by providing families with information for monitoring their individual health and by supporting families in improving their health by growing home food gardens.
The results of this study show that children of the USAP region as a whole would benefit from an increase in their overall intake of fruit and vegetables and developing strategies to promote a greater frequency of consumption of all F&Vs, in particular traditional fruits and vegetables prepared by traditional practices, should benefit the health of people in the Pacific.
This chapter advances the UN SDG Goal 3: Good Health by discussing the consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic on achieving SDG 3 targets—with a special focus on SDG 3.4 (NCDs) and SDG 3.8 (UHC).
Understanding the complexity in which Farmer-Based Organizations' (FBO) participation, empowerment, nutritional status, and food security are linked is critical in designing interventions that promote gender equality and improved nutrition.
This Article supports SDGs 3 and 6, focusing on the effects of water, sanitation, and hygiene interventions on childhood diarrhoea in low and middle income countries. Their findings support the higher service levels called for under SDG 6.
This health policy supports SDGs 3 and 6, focusing on the neglected health issue of drowning. The paper discusses ways in which the issue can be framed to align with external priorities, particularly political contexts.
In this relatively large cohort of allogeneic HCT recipients at risk for HBV reactivation, authors demonstrated that HBV vaccination with at least 2 doses of recombinant vaccine starting 1 year after transplantation is independently associated with a reduced risk for HBV reactivation and appears to be durable for years. Furthermore, authors confirmed that that HBV reactivation is a late complication of HCT, occurring at a median of 21 months after transplantation. Finally, authors confirmed that recipient HBsAb concentration above the threshold of protection (10 IU/L) before transplantation is independently associated with a reduced risk of reactivation after transplantation.

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This Article supports SDG 3 by estimating the prevalence of hepatitis B, C and D viruses in Vietnam since 1990; findings indicate that hepatitis B virus is by far the biggest contributor to hepatitis-related morbidity and mortality in Vietnam and so and elimination efforts must focus on screening and treatment of pregnant women and improved provision of active and passive immunisation at birth to prevent vertical transmission.