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Fighting non-communicable diseases in Africa through the voices and creativity of everyday people

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GLOBAL AWARENESS OF CHRONIC DISEASES
In our lifetime, we will see everyone on the continent aware of how to prevent and manage non-communicable diseases and empowered to pass the message on. Through the synergy of our human potential, we will see the looming epidemic of non-communicable disease become stalemated and then reversed.

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