The Brazilian Ministry of Public Health announced Wednesday that it is sending around four tons of medicine and supplies to Haiti in response to the cholera epidemic that has left 292 dead and 4,147 people undergoing treatment. The materials sent “will be used to treat those affected by the cholera epidemic that has reached the country” and will be transported from Brasilia by an Air Force plane expected to arrive in Port-au-Prince on Thursday morning. “Flasks of sodium hypochlorite, salts for oral rehydration, injectable solution, gloves, and equipment for solution delivery are among the material sent,” the ministry indicated. The ministry’s representative on the Brazil-Haiti Managing Committee, Carlos D’Oliveira, indicated that the shipment is being made at the request of the Haitian government and that the aid will make it possible to care for around 3,000 people. “It’s not useful to send a lot of medicine, due to logistical and storage issues. The ministry will be able to send further supplements as the Haitian government needs them,” he said at the Brasilia airbase. The World Health Organization (WHO) warned in the course of the day that the epidemic could intensify and Haiti should prepare for a “worse situation.” By Dialogo October 29, 2010
Real Tamale United’s season took a turn for the worse after they began their second round of the league the same way they ended the first round.The Tamale side lost 3-1 to new boys, Amidaus Professionals at the Baba Yara Stadium on Saturday.Yahaya Mohammed, the Glo Premier League’s top scorer, was on target in the 74th minute as he registered his 11th goal of the campaign so far after Isaac Ofori had given Amidaus the lead in the 24th minute.Four minutes after Amidaus’ second goal, RTU’s Aminu Mohammed pulled a goal back for the bottom placed side.But with ten minutes to end the game, Selasie Adjei wrapped up victory for Amidaus when he scored the third goal to consign RTU to their eleventh defeat after 16 games.
The banter has already started between both sets of fans.Only after 70 minutes at Croke Park on Sunday will the bragging rights belong to either Donegal or Dublin. But that hasn’t stopped the boys from GiddyupSkits from setting the scenery for Sunday’s encounter between both sets of fans. One word – superb! Simply click on the video to enjoy!DDTV: COUNTDOWN TO CROKER – STAND-OFF IN THE SHADOW OF HILL 16! was last modified: August 27th, 2014 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:DDTVdonegaldublinGiddyupSkits