AIDS: With current reports from WHO, Africa
remains most severely affected region by the AIDS pandemic.
Total number of people living with HIV and mortality
rate from AIDS continue to increase. HTI works toward
the need to adapt and revive prevention, treatment,
care and support services to affected countries in Africa.
The prevalence of malaria continues to rise, especially
among children in Africa. Malaria is understood to be
both a disease of poverty and a cause of poverty. This
disease is preventable and treatable. HTI is focusing
on intensifying grass root efforts in reaching populations
affected in remote areas with prevention, testing and
treatment that they need.
CANCER: Five of the seven countries with the
highest incidence rates of Cervical Cancer in the world
are in Sub-Saharan Africa. Cervical cancer is preventable
but failure to address the social context, absence of,
or inefficient health care delivery infrastructure have
rendered this a formidable disease in Africa. HTI with
the unique experience and capacity of its members, focuses
on prevention, screening and treatment options of cervical
cancer in Africa.
DISEASE: Cardiovascular disease or cardiovascular
diseases refers to the class of diseases that involve
the heart or blood vessels (arteries and veins). Most
countries face high and increasing rates of cardiovascular
disease. HTI team members includes medical professionals
with diverse experiences in this area.
mellitus is a condition in which the body does not produce
enough insulin or the insulin that is produced is ineffective.
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Mission to Nigeria - 2008
Mr. Alozie and the Director of
the Aids Center visited
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