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Children Health

Children in sub-Saharan Africa are more than 14 times more likely to die before the age of 5 than children in developed regions (WHO 2017). Learn about better ways to raise children who are the most vulnerable group in the population.
Saving a child is protecting our future!


Diet & Nutrition

One in five deaths globally (11 million deaths) are associated with poor diet and diet contributes to a range of chronic diseases in people around the world (Global Burden of Disease, 2018). Learn about good nutrition and its importance.
We are what we eat!


Hygiene & Sanitation

Health costs associated with waterborne diseases represent more than one third of the income of poor households in sub-Saharan Africa (WHO 2019). Many people are unaware about number of diseases that could be prevented by cleanliness.
Good hygiene is good health!

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Infectious Disease

Infectious disease conditions accounted for 5 million deaths (56.0%) in 2016 (WHO). Africa is known to be the most affected continent. Learn how to prevent or manage most of these infectious diseases.


Non-infectious Disease

Non-communicable diseases are associated with urbanisation and higher standards of living. They accounted for 3 million deaths (34% of all deaths) in 2016 (WHO). Learn more about these diseases.


NEWS UPDATE

Learn about news update and activities of Healthy Africans Platform. Also, get informed about latest discoveries in healthcare across the world.

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Children Health

Children in sub-Saharan Africa are more than 14 times more likely to die before the age of 5 than children in developed regions (WHO 2017). Learn about better ways to raise children who are the most vulnerable group in the population.
Saving a child is protecting our future!

children health


Read Posts


Diet & Nutrition

One in five deaths globally (11 million deaths) are associated with poor diet and diet contributes to a range of chronic diseases in people around the world (Global Burden of Disease, 2018). Learn about good nutrition and its importance.
We are what we eat!

diet & nutrition


Read Posts


Hygiene & Sanitation

Health costs associated with waterborne diseases represent more than one third of the income of poor households in sub-Saharan Africa (WHO 2019). Many people are unaware about number of diseases that could be prevented by cleanliness.
Good hygiene is good health!

hygiene & sanitation


Read Posts


Infectious Disease

Infectious disease conditions accounted for 5 million deaths (56.0%) in 2016 (WHO). Africa is known to be the most affected continent. Learn how to prevent or manage most of these infectious diseases.

infectious disease


Read Posts


Non-iNfectious Disease

Non-communicable diseases are associated with urbanisation and higher standards of living. They accounted for 3 million deaths (34% of all deaths) in 2016 (WHO). Learn more about these diseases.

non-infectious disease


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NEWS UPDATE

Learn about news update and activities of Healthy Africans Platform. Also, get informed about latest discoveries in healthcare across the world.

health news update


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Substance Abuse Initiative

Substance abuse initiative is the first community project by the Healthy Africans Platform and aims to increase the knowledge and awareness of students and teenagers in Ibadan city and its environ about substance abuse, its effects and preventions in a bid to reduce the prevalence in Oyo state, Nigeria. 

Subsequently, the initiative will be expanded to other communities in Africa.


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SUBSTANCE ABUSE

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Do you have something educative to share about healthy living in relation to substance abuse in Africa? 

Submit your article today and save lives with your writings. Or make a short video and submit. Let’s learn and educate others about good health. Together we can make Africa a healthier continent.


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