DEBATE IN ENGLISH – ROTORY CLUB: 1April 8, 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 House of ArtemisiTo
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.
FOLLOW THE DEBATE IN ENGLISH, TUESDAY APRIL 18, 2023 AT 9 P.M.
Interview with ACTUME Secretary General Ibrahima ANNE, carried out on the occasion of World Tuberculosis Day, which takes place on March 24 each year.
The associations resulting from migrations bear witness, through their concrete actions, to the positive contribution of the diasporas in terms of health and prevention, both in the countries of origin and on French territory. (more…)
New this year - Vitaville au Numérique: the associative e-forum that comes to you! This year is special and as you know, the Covid crisis is impacting all of our public events.
As in previous years (2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019) ACTUME animates a stand (n ° 32) to inform you about its activities in France and Africa. It is also an opportunity to recruit volunteers.
VITAVILLE 2020 September 13 - 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Event Center
7 boulevard de Verdun
ACTUME awaits you at BOOTH n ° 32
Download the program and the location: Vitaville 2020
On March 24 of each year, we celebrate World Tuberculosis Day to raise awareness of the devastating social and economic health consequences of the disease, and to step up action to end the global TB epidemic. tuberculosis. This date corresponds to the day when, in 1882, Dr. Robert Koch announced that he had discovered the bacillus that caused tuberculosis, and thus made it possible to consider diagnosing and curing the disease.
Tuberculosis remains the world's deadliest infectious disease. Every day, more than 4,000 people die from tuberculosis and nearly 30,000 contract this preventable and curable disease. It is estimated that the fight against tuberculosis in the world has saved 58 million people since 2000. To step up action in countries and achieve the targets set, the heads of state met in September 2018 at the first United Nations High-level Meeting on this issue and made a firm commitment to end TB.
'It's time', the theme for World Tuberculosis Day 2020, emphasizes that urgent action is needed to honor the commitments made by world leaders, namely:
expand access to prevention and treatment;
ensure sufficient and sustainable funding, including for research;
help end stigma and discrimination;
promote equitable, people-centered action that respects human rights.
The World Health Organization (WHO), together with the Global Fund and the Stop TB Partnership, has launched an initiative called “Find. Treat. All. #EndTB ”(Find. Treat. All #EndTB) with the aim of stepping up tuberculosis control and ensuring access to care, as part of WHO's efforts to achieve universal health coverage.
On this Day, WHO calls on governments, affected communities, civil society organizations, caregivers and national and international partners to join forces under the “Find. Treat. All. #EndTB ”to leave no one behind.
It's time to act ! It's time to end TB!
Click here to visit the World Tuberculosis Day 2020 website.
On March 24 each year, we celebrate World Tuberculosis Day to raise awareness of the devastating health and socio-economic consequences of the disease, and to step up action to end the global tuberculosis epidemic. . This date corresponds to the day when, in 1882, Dr. Robert Koch announced that he had discovered the bacillus that caused tuberculosis, and thus made it possible to consider diagnosing and curing the disease.
On Saturday October 6, more than 200 people gathered at the Courbevoie Event Center for our Solidarity Gala, sponsored by Ms. Banel THIELLO, wife of the Senegalese Ambassador to France and Ms. Constance BORDES, Strategic Missions at IBM.
November 8 and 29, Residence Les Fauvelles in Courbevoie!
On the occasion of the month without tobacco, a collective was created around ACTUME made up of the Francilien Committee for Respiratory Diseases, and the Residence of Fauvelles in order to provide information on the risks of tobacco.
Mrs Banel THIELLO, wife of the Senegalese ambassador to France Mrs Constance BORDES, IBM France Strategic Missions Officer and Tékane Community Pharmacy Ambassador
On the occasion of our annual Gala, we, association Rivages Ndiawane and ACTUME, in partnership with Swahifri Consulting, with the support of the City of Courbevoie and the Fondation du Souffle, Ile-de-France, let's organize a solidarity dinner at the village hall of the Center Evénementiel de Courbevoie.
"Wanted Advice: Leaders for a Tuberculosis Free World"
On the occasion of World Tuberculosis Day, celebrated on Saturday March 24, 2018, WHO is calling for new commitments to be made and new actions to be taken to fight tuberculosis, one of infectious diseases which cause the most deaths in the world… ..
Solidarity dinner to support our projects in Mauritania.
This evening brought together more than 200 people. The amount collected will be used to finance the 2018 health caravan in Mauritania.
On the program for this evening, there were:
Review of the 2017 health caravan, presentation of the Tékane community pharmacy project, presentation of 2017 volunteering certificates, a parade of solidarity children with ACTUME and musical entertainment. (more…)
On the occasion of month without tobacco, was created around ACTUME a collective made up of the Francilien Committee for Respiratory Diseases, the Savoir Sport Santé association, the IBM Medical Service and the Residence des Fauvelles with the support of the town hall of Courbevoie, in order to provide information on the risks of tobacco.
This awareness campaign is sponsored by the IBM Staff Mutual.
More than 100 people benefited from the activities and the sophrology workshop. Below some testimonials