Thank you from the bottom of my heart for this sponsorship
As Saidou Kane is “very honored and very grateful to have been chosen as sponsor of this great event”, ACTUME is and would like to express all its gratitude and thanks from the bottom of its heart for this sponsorship. .
The ACTUME association invites you to a Solidarity evening on November 11, 2023 in Courbevoie, for the benefit of our community projects in Mauritania and in honor of our eldest Ndiaye Ciré Kane, Founder and former Managing Director of Keur Samba on the Champs-Elysées in Paris. This evening will be under the high patronage of Saidou Kane, economic operator in Senegal, with the invited association Thilogne Association Development (TAD).
Thank you to our previous sponsors for the solidarity support :
Construction work on the Tékane Health Center, a building with 1,200 m2 of built surface area, is on the home stretch. They were carried out and financed by the mobilization and united efforts of the villagers to the tune of 16 million MRU. Now, it mainly remains to carry out the work relating to securing the main building and improving access to the center, as well as its connection to the electricity network.
Congratulations and Bravo to Dr Thierno Ousmane Coulibaly!
The Association Against Tuberculosis and Endemic Diseases (ACTUME) is pleased to announce that Doctor Thierno Coulibaly was honored during the 75th anniversary of the WHO in Mauritania, for his contribution and his important role, for years, in the public health service.
Doctor Thierno Coulibaly, a great specialist in public health, is a founding member of the local association, in Mauritania, partner of ACTUME: Association Santé Tékane (AST).
We are delighted with this deserved distinction dedicated to this humble, affable man, on the verge of self-effacement.
Indeed, he is a major player in the sister association on which we rely for the execution of our projects in the field. The AST, of which he is a member, continues today the work that we initiated through health caravans.
It's time togetting to zero cases of malaria: invest, innovate, implement
World Malaria Day is celebrated on April 25 every year. Established by the Member States of the WHO during the 2007 World Health Assembly, this day is an opportunity to recall the need for a lasting political and scientific commitment, associated with financial means, in favor of the prevention of the fight against malaria.
Although progress has been made in recent decades to reduce its incidence and mortality, and to improve treatment, malaria still affects millions of people. As the WHO points out, 247 million cases of malaria were reported worldwide in 2021. The estimated number of deaths attributable to this disease amounted to 619,000 in that year.
Yet it is a preventable pathology that can be cured. The research efforts made by scientists around the world, including teams from Inserm, are contributing a little more each day to improving the situation.
The April 25 is here World Malaria Day. An opportunity to remember the impact of this disease and that local solutions exist! Read more
DEBATE & CONFERENCES ON THE OCCASION OF WORLD MALARIA DAY
DEBATE IN ENGLISH – ROTORY CLUB: April 18, 2023 AT 9 p.m. (France) THEME: A few grams of Artemisia – a game changer in the fight against malaria. Guest : Dr Lucile Cornet-Vernet, Founder of the Maison de l'Artemisia
During this conference, Dr Lucille Cornet-Vernet, Founding President of the Maison de l'Artemisia. expressed his personal commitment to the deployment of Artemisia as a complementary solution to the fight against malaria. To know more download the presentation in english
On Tuesday, April 18, the Rotary E-Club is hosting a Zoom conference at 9 p.m. CET (Central Europe Time) on the topic: A few grams of Artemisia – a game changer in the fight against malaria.
We have the honor to invite Doctor Lucile Cornet-Vernet, Founding President of the Maison de the Artemisia whose missions are double:
Accelerate research on Osane from Artemisia, an ancestral treatment against malaria;
Supervise its distribution in countries where malaria is endemic through the Maisons de l'Artemisia, local centers of expertise that coordinate knowledge and distribution of the plant.
Malaria remains the leading cause of death from infectious diseases, causing up to 600,000 deaths per year. +600,000 deaths each year, including 80% of children under 5 years old and records 241 million cases in 2019 according to WHO figures, including 95% in Africa.
3 billion people live in areas infested with malaria and specifically for the whole of Africa, has an estimated cost of 1.7 growth points.
During this conference, Lucille Cornet-Vernet will tell us about her personal commitment to "healing beyond oneself" in the deployment of Artemisia as a complementary solution against malaria.
BOOK THE DATES On the occasion of World Malaria Day, I invite you to participate in the series of 3 webcasts that I will have the pleasure of hosting, organized by WORKPLACE HEALTH (SEE) in collaboration with #MyGlobalVillage. Broadcast live and in Replay on LinkedIn, YouTube, Facebook.
📌 Mon. April 24, 2023 (4 p.m.-5 p.m. Paris) Theme: "Zero Malaria: What corporate leadership to accelerate the movement?" »
📌 Fri. April 28, 2023 4:00 p.m.-5:00 p.m. (Paris) Theme : " What Public-Private Partnership to put an end to Malaria for good? »
Guests: * Amina ABU KHALIL General Administrator, Orange Guinea Foundation * Alioune Camara, Director, National Malaria Control Program (PNLP), Guinea * Christian Sidzabda Kompaore, Permanent Secretariat for the Elimination of Malaria (SP/Palu), Burkina Faso
On March 24 each year, we celeLet's celebrate World Tuberculosis Day to raise awareness among the general public of the terrible health, social and economic consequences of this disease and to make greater efforts to end the global epidemic of tuberculosis.
N'Deyga died on Monday June 5, 2023 in Nouakchott, Mauritania.
The Association Against Tuberculosis and Endemic Diseases (ACTUME) regrets to announce the death of N'Deyga SOW, Monday, June 5, 2023 in Nouakchott, Mauritania. The members of the association are deeply saddened. Our thoughts are with his parents and family. We offer them our sincere condolences.
Health bulletin: March 5, 2023 To Dr Pascale CAIRET, Face au Monde Foundation and Mr Oumar KANE, ACTUME Association
NAH returned to Mauritania in good health after 6 months of treatment in Spain — Thank you for your élan de solidarity!
On behalf of the Petit Nah family and the Foyer de l'Enfance, I will simply say thank you and express my infinite gratitude. Nah has been back in Nouakchott since Friday February 24, 2023. The stay in Spain lasted from September 4, 2022 to February 23. Everything went well according to Aram, his companion. NOW, “Nah doesn't fall like before, he manages to use his two upper limbs and eats and drinks on his own. » What a pleasure to read!
On his return, we met in Nouakchott the doctor – pediatric neurosurgeon – who had requested his evacuation to Spain. The latter appreciates the quality of care he received in Spain.
After a few days in Nouakchott, the child returned to his village called Guebin (25 km from Rosso).
We, as well as Nah's parents, are all infinitely grateful to you. Thanks in particular to Dr Pascale Cairet and the ACTUME association for their financial support.
Thank you for all you do to help the poorest to rediscover the joy of living, be abundantly blessed.
Lucile for the Children's Home in Dar Naïm Dar Naim, March 5, 2023 Read the lettere thanks
Evacuation of Nah in Spain since September 4, 2022
Health bulletin: September 29, 2022
The "Solidarity Childhood Foundation" of Spain agreed to take care of the NAH child at the Miguel Servet University Hospital in Zaragoza in SPAIN.
He has arrived in Spain since September 4, 2022 and had his first date on Monday September 5. He has started his medical examinations. MRI and CT show nothing that could interfere with the operation. He will soon be admitted to the hospital for further treatment. We will keep you informed of the continuation.
Thanks to your support, ACTUME was able to take care of the steps for NAH and its companion for the evacuation to Spain.
Download the report of the Monitoring & Expenses Committee: click here
Thank you allfor your outpouring of solidarity.
EL Housseïne NAH, 2-year-old Mauritanian needs you!
Thanks to your generosity, the Association Against Tuberculosis and Endemic Diseases (ACTUME) was able to save: