Health Screening for 12 villages in Rural Nigeria

by African Community Health Initiative
Health Screening for 12 villages in Rural Nigeria
Health Screening for 12 villages in Rural Nigeria
Health Screening for 12 villages in Rural Nigeria
Health Screening for 12 villages in Rural Nigeria
Health Screening for 12 villages in Rural Nigeria
Health Screening for 12 villages in Rural Nigeria
Health Screening for 12 villages in Rural Nigeria
Health Screening for 12 villages in Rural Nigeria
Health Screening for 12 villages in Rural Nigeria
Health Screening for 12 villages in Rural Nigeria
Health Screening for 12 villages in Rural Nigeria
Health Screening for 12 villages in Rural Nigeria
Health Screening for 12 villages in Rural Nigeria
Health Screening for 12 villages in Rural Nigeria
Health Screening for 12 villages in Rural Nigeria
Health Screening for 12 villages in Rural Nigeria
Health Screening for 12 villages in Rural Nigeria
Health Screening for 12 villages in Rural Nigeria
Health Screening for 12 villages in Rural Nigeria
Health Screening for 12 villages in Rural Nigeria
Health Screening for 12 villages in Rural Nigeria
Health Screening for 12 villages in Rural Nigeria
Health Screening for 12 villages in Rural Nigeria
Health Screening for 12 villages in Rural Nigeria
Health Screening for 12 villages in Rural Nigeria
Health Screening for 12 villages in Rural Nigeria

Project Report | Jan 23, 2024
ACHI REPORT

By QUEEN OBASI | PRESIDENT

African community health initiative has again completed its annual medical outreach in the following communities; Amakohia, Avutu and Umugolo. The program was started on the 5th of December and ended on the 13th of December. It was a very successful outreach. Just like previous program, there were lots of heart breaking situations and stories witnessed. We were able to screen 3,736 people. 40% of the people screened carry the diagnosis of diabetes. Some are known cases and others are newly diagnosed. Also 20% of the populations screened are hypertensive, and about 15% has dual diagnosis of both diabetes and hypertension. We have increase in the number of people participating in the maintenance program. We continue to need support and prayers for sustainability of this program and to be able to reach more people.  

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African Community Health Initiative

Location: Woodbury, MN - USA
Website:
QUEEN OBASI
Project Leader:
QUEEN OBASI
weboffice@africancommunityhealthinitiative.org
Woodbury , MN United States

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