Preventing communicable and noncommunicable diseases

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The number of people with chronic noncommunicable diseases is increasing in Africa.

Several factors could explain this epidemiological conversion.

Among these factors, the poor quality of the food is highly offending.

Indeed, there is an indisputable link between the quality of food and the prevention of most non-infectious patients.

We are committed to helping to improve the health of our fellow citizens through IEC sessions followed by mass screening for diabetes and high blood pressure.

Far from hiding infectious diseases including malaria, which kills many children in sub-Saharan Africa every year, we have also emphasized preventive measures and detected children aged 0 to 5 through rapid diagnostic tests for malaria.

Positive cases were handled free of charge.

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