At a time when the Iraqi people live in the worst conditions of life, and are deprived of their most basic rights related to care, at all levels; in terms of health, education, infrastructure, security and safety, we see those who control their necks having fun and playing, and organizing football tournaments, and it is […]
On the agenda these days is the scandal regarding Doc-1 Max cough syrup produced in India which has claimed the lives of 19 children in our country so far. Major foreign media are also covering the issue. Indeed, it is not surprising that healthcare and pharmacy have turned into a very profitable business. And now […]
50% of Kenyans have described 2022 as the worst year. According to the latest report by research firm Infotrak, the prevailing high cost of living, unemployment and access to healthcare services, have been ranked among the leading issues of concern for Kenyans. Infotrak CEO Angela Ambitho also says that compared to last year, when a […]
Today, President Joe Biden issued a statement about the rising Consumer Price Index (CPI) in September. He painted disappointing data about the US economy in a surprisingly positive manner: “Today’s data show more progress in bringing global inflation down in the US economy. Overall, prices have been essentially flat in our country these last two […]
The United Nation Office for Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) on Thursday, the 10th of January 2022, raised concerns about the situation of women and girls in Afghanistan. OCHA said the Afghan girls and women are deprived of basic rights: “The fundamental rights of Afghan women and girls are under attack”. It also said Afghan […]
According a study published by The Lancet Journal on Wednesday, over 1.2 million people died in 2019 as a direct result of antimicrobial resistance, far outnumbering the number of deaths caused by HIV/AIDS or malaria.
According to the United Nations, Afghanistan is on the brink of becoming the world’s worst humanitarian crisis, with half of the population facing unprecedented levels of acute hunger due to a combination of severe drought, the aftermath of two decades of Western occupation, the withdrawal of humanitarian aid by the international community and the freezing […]
Introduction: Seeking a Cure for Illness With the increased interest in the great Deen of Islam over the last three decades, there has been a corresponding increase in the interest in Islam’s guidelines regarding healthcare. This has been in parallel with the increased interest in other aspects of Islam, such as education, finance and the […]
I write from the national capital of India, Delhi while recovering from Covid-19. It is hard to put into words what we have been witnessing in India. There is sickness in the air and death everywhere.