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Health Chat is a live call-in program that addresses health issues of interest to Africa.  The show puts listeners directly in touch with guest medical professionals.  It includes a weekly feature spot, health news and comments from listeners on health issues.  The program is hosted by veteran health reporter Linord Moudou.

February 2014

February 25, 2014

Health Chat

Health infomation and discussion


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Health Chat

Health infomation and discussion


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Health Chat

Health infomation and discussion


February 04, 2014

Health Chat

Health infomation and discussion

February 2014

Health Chat is a live call-in program that addresses health issues of interest to Africa.  The show puts listeners directly in touch with guest medical professionals.  It includes a weekly feature spot, health news and comments from listeners on health issues.  The program is hosted by senior health reporter Linord Moudou.

Broadcast time: Tuesday 1730-1800 UTC/GMT

Frequencies: 6080, 13635, 15580, 17895

This week's topic: Domestic Violence

 

Many women around the world have experienced domestic abuse; most cases are never reported to police.

 

According to statistics, on average, 24 people per minute are victims of rape, physical violence or stalking by an intimate partner in the United States — more than 12 million women and men over the course of a year.

 

The World Health Organization reported that in 2012 about 60 000 women and children in South Africa were  victims of domestic violence on a monthly basis.

 

We'll discuss domestic violence on the next episode of Health Chat.

Join the conversation live during the show at + 1 202 619 3111. Please ask your questions or send your comments to: HealthChat@voanews.com

Join us on  www.facebook.com/voahealthchat

Meet the host

Linord MoudouLinord Moudou was born and raised in Côte d’Ivoire.  She currently serves as health correspondent for VOA’s daily TV show Africa54. She started her career at VOA as producer & host of Healthy Living, a weekly health magazine program covering African health issues.

Before joining VOA, Linord worked as an independent broadcast and print journalist, traveling between Africa, Europe and the United States.

She holds a Bachelor in journalism and media productions from George Mason University, and a certificate in television and radio productions from the Columbia School of Broadcasting.

The senior broadcaster is fluent in French, English and conversational in Spanish and Creole.

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For listeners to call in during the show, the number is: +1.202.619.3111

To leave a message for the program staff, call +1.202.205.9942. After you hear the VOA identification, press 45 and then leave your message after the tone. Speak clearly and provide your name and location. We might use your comments in our program!


E-mail:
HealthChat@voanews.com
 

Mailing address:
Health Chat
Voice of America
330 Independence Ave., SW
Room 1613
Washington, DC 20237, USA

Listen to the show

Health Chat airs Tuesdays at 1730-1800 UTC/GMT on the following frequencies:
6080, 13635, 15580, 17895

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