African Countries Commit to Reduce NCD Deaths

Non communicable diseases like stroke, heart attacks, diabetes, cancer and depression affect and kills millions of people globally every year. A number of African countries like Nigeria, Ethiopia and Tanzania have put plans in place to reduce the number of deaths caused by these diseases.

  • Ethiopia:   Call for Intensifying Efforts Against NCDs

    Ethiopian Herald, 6 February 2018

    The National Cancer Committee Chairperson First Lady Roman Tesfaye said that due to breast, cervical cancers and other Non- Communicable Diseases (NCD), many mothers are exposed to… Read more »

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