World Alzheimer's Day 25 years ago, specifically in 1984 in Washington, a group of Alzheimer’s disease experts presented a dream and vision under the slogan “A better life for people suffering from dementia and their families.” Since that time, the World Alzheimer’s Day has been celebrated on September 21 annually.
Today Bisi Bright, the Member of ALPA Network participate in COLDA2021 Conference #COLDA2021 Conference on Liver Disease in Africa. It features very interesting and relevant matters concening Hepatitis in the continent. LWI and WIHA are speaking and presenting posters, also A YPG Pharmacist and former PANS President, is presenting a Poster.
World First Aid Day as a great humanitarian action and immediate life-saving response First Aid Day is one of the world's most important days founded by + Red Crescent In addition to # IFRC International Red Cross 20 and announced the ninth of September is an annual World Aid Day Initial, and to commemorate that day a package is created, of festive activities and events, for Affirmation of the importance of first aid training Primitive, to avoid too many accidents.
ALPA and the African Union to launch the 2nd Conference on Combating Viral Hepatitis in the continent next Wednesday Dr Gamal Shiha: “Viral hepatitis is a major threat to public health in Africa.” Dr Ahmed Hamdy: “1.4 million deaths annually due to cancer and cirrhosis.” Egypt is a pioneer African country in eliminating viral hepatitis
In the meeting organized by the AfroMedia Initiative: Egyptian women leaders in the African Union stress the importance of empowering and promoting the role of women in the public sphere Negm: "The family is the main engine of success." El-Hakim: “The decade of women’s financial and economic inclusion from 2020 to 2030 is aligned with the strategy for empowering women launched by President El-Sisi in 2017.”
Professor Gamal Shiha, President of African Liver Patients’ Association (#ALPA) and #EMRO Board Member in World Hepatitis Alliance (#WHA) participates as a Senior Author in the scientific research of “ Redefining fatty liver disease: an international patient perspective” that was published in The Lancet Gastroenterology & Hematology and other different journals
Sons of the Nile Valley stand together On Monday, May 18th, a military plane loaded with medical aid from Egypt arrived in South Sudan. The shipment of medical supplies was received by Major General Deng Kour, Head of the Security Committee on the implementation of the Revitalized Peace Agreement, Major General Charles Kon, Deputy Director General of the General Intelligence Service and by the Egyptian Ambassador to the Republic of SouthSudan.
This year’s LaborDay comes at a time of a pandemic affecting the livelihood of many workers. We stand with them in the call not only to protect their rights as workers, but also of their rights as humans. let us also take a moment to express our gratitude to all the frontline workers fighting bravely against COVID19. We praise your perseverance in this continuing battle, and salute you all!