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212, 2020

Message of support towards the #beuchimtkilimanjarochallenge

December 2nd, 2020|

International Bureau for Epilepsy - Africa Region Vice President, Mr Action Amos's message of support to Frederick Beuchi who is to climb Mount Kilimanjaro for Epilepsy Awareness. "On behalf of 10 million persons with epilepsy in Africa, and on behalf of 26 chapters in over 20 countries in Africa, all persons with epilepsy, we are [...]

2711, 2020

Webinar Invitation: “Making Epilepsy Health Priority in Africa”

November 27th, 2020|

Making Epilepsy a Health Priority in Africa - Double Celebration with WHA Resolution 68:20, now WHA 73 + International Disability Day Date: 3rd December, 2020 Time: 1:00 pm Pretoria time (-2 hrs GMT, -1 hr WAT and CET, + 1 hr EAT, +2 hrs Mauritius/Seychelles) Moderator: Comfort Mussa (Cameroon) This time we will have two [...]

3110, 2020

Mr. Frederick Beuchi on “Putting WHA Resolution 68:20 on Mount Kilimanjaro”

October 31st, 2020|

Mr. Frederick Beuchi from Kenya, an Epilepsy Activist and National Secretary for the National Epilepsy Coordination Committe in Kenya. Mr. Beuchi spoke on "Putting WHA Resolution 68:20 on Mount Kilimanjaro", during one of our most recent webinar meeting on "Making Epilepsy a Health Priority in Africa- WHA Resolution 68:20, Youth with Epilepsy across Africa Speak [...]

3110, 2020

Mr. Kudakwashe Dube on “The role of media in promoting Epilepsy in Africa – Learning from disability advocacy”

October 31st, 2020|

Mr. Kudakwashe Dube, Director General of African Disability Alliance and the Chairperson for Action Disability and Development (ADD). Mr. Dube spoke on "The role of media in promoting Epilepsy in Africa - Learning from disability advocacy".

3110, 2020

Dr. Florence Baingana – World Health Organization Afro Regional Mental Health Policy and Planning Coordinator

October 31st, 2020|

Dr Florence Baingana, World Health Organization Afro Regional Mental Health Policy and Planning Coordinator, spoke on "Epilepsy in Africa Today - WHO's Perspective".

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