Students for A Healthy Africa (SAHA)

Students for A Healthy Africa (SAHA) http://www.healthyafrica.org/ Please Donate to Support us: http://www.healthyafrica.org/donate.html Students for A Healthy Africa (SAHA) is a coalition of highly motivated students across the globe who are passionate about helping to improve different areas of healthcare in Africa.

Target areas include health insurance coverage for orphans/foster kids in orphanages as well as public education on neurological disorders, Malaria, All forms of cancer, Cholera, Hepatitis B among many others

Target areas include health insurance coverage for orphans/foster kids in orphanages as well as public education on neurological disorders, Malaria, All forms of cancer, Cholera, Hepatitis B among many others

Mission: • To improve different areas of health care in Africa through student-led initiatives • To foster peace among youth on the African continent as they work together on these different projects on the continent

Operating as usual

02/14/2019
All for A Healthy Africa - AAHA

Hello all,
To learn how SAHA is evolving in its new format-> All for A Healthy Africa (AAHA), visit this page -> https://www.facebook.com/All-for-A-Healthy-Africa-AAHA-168280083721428/
The page has been active for two years but there were some logistic issues, which have been fixed. To learn more about our projects, select “PHOTOS” on the left side of the page. Then, select “SEE ALL” on the right side of the page to see all the projects. To see the summary of each project, click on each of them. To contribute to our future projects or to send us your message of encouragement, you can Facebook message us or email us at [email protected] or text/call at 8023773760.
Finally, don’t forget to LIKE THE PAGE.

TNT

All for A Healthy Africa (AAHA) is a non-profit health organization designed to lead the effort to help improve the healthcare system in Africa.

Hello Everyone, Our new page is now active. You can access it by clicking the link provided below. Also, we mad...
08/23/2017
All for A Healthy Africa - AAHA

Hello Everyone,
Our new page is now active. You can access it by clicking the link provided below. Also, we made it possible for everyone to see our previous activities on Facebook and it is straightforward. Click on Photos and select the album of your choice, and at the top of each album there is a summary of the activity. Also, I posted a very important message on the page, and I hope you will read it. Finally, the first biography will be posted on our new page tomorrow at 6pm. Stay tuned.
Best,
Please, don’t forget to like the page.

All for A Healthy Africa (AAHA) is a non-profit health organization designed to lead the effort to help improve the healthcare system in Africa.

08/03/2017

Hello everyone! We would like to announce that we have transitioned into a permanent form of leadership and, in few days, we will post the Bio of each member of the new board. In addition, the change in structure led us to modify the name of the organization. Previously known as SAHA, the organization was run by students only. However, with the new structure, we believe that anyone, students or non-students, can contribute. Thus, we have decided to use an inclusive name, All for A Healthy Africa (AAHA). Finally, we are currently working on the website and we have created a new page and the link to the page will be posted here in few days. Thank you for your continued support and stay-tuned.

Correction: Africa-Malaria Vaccine story
04/27/2017
Correction: Africa-Malaria Vaccine story

Correction: Africa-Malaria Vaccine story

In a story April 24 about tests in Africa for a malaria vaccine, The Associated Press reported erroneously that the World Health Organization is hoping to wipe out malaria by 2040. In fact, WHO wants to reduce malaria mortality rates by at least 90 percent by 2030. A corrected version of...

U.N.’s Famine Appeal Is Billions Shy of Goal
03/25/2017
U.N.’s Famine Appeal Is Billions Shy of Goal

U.N.’s Famine Appeal Is Billions Shy of Goal

The agency says it has received barely a tenth of the $4.4 billion it appealed for last month to help 20 million people in four countries at risk.

03/13/2017
Tarkwa Breman Girls School & Hospital

Founded by Penn Alum Shadrack Osei Frimpong, Tarkwa Breman Community Alliance is a non-profit that works to heal and empower lives in Tarkwa Breman, rural Ghana. The community clinic serves 8 neighboring villages, provides immunization to 240+ children and have 930+ malaria clients in care. Learn more at http://www.tarkwabreman.com

https://youtu.be/XgmPM0XZ--c

Call to Action : Please help us get electricity to our campus! No amount is too small: http://bit.ly/2jN9kqC Tarkwa Breman Community Alliance (TBCA) is a 501...

03/13/2017

This week, we'll highlight student initiatives towards developing a healthier Africa.

Everyone get this app by the World Food Program or at least share it with your friends.
02/16/2017
ShareTheMeal

Everyone get this app by the World Food Program or at least share it with your friends.

ShareTheMeal is a non-profit initiative of the United Nations World Food Programme. Every donation of US $ 0.50 feeds one child for a day.

In South Africa, Deadly Tuberculosis Strain Is Spread Directly
02/07/2017
In South Africa, Deadly Tuberculosis Strain Is Spread Directly

In South Africa, Deadly Tuberculosis Strain Is Spread Directly

A study has shown that the problem is much bigger than previously realized, and that most victims contracted the drug-resistant TB not through treatment failure, but rather directly from another victim.

Great read about simple things to do to improve Africans' lives!!!!!!!
01/23/2017
The bad habits that are making Africans sick

Great read about simple things to do to improve Africans' lives!!!!!!!

Ebola grabs headlines, but smoking cigarettes, drinking alcohol and skipping exercise can be deadly too.

01/10/2017

We wish our dearest followers and all Students a wonderful and healthy Semester!

Livestock insurance to keep Africans healthy and fed! Strange idea but it seems to be working.
11/15/2016
Up in the Sky, Help to Keep Africans From Starving

Livestock insurance to keep Africans healthy and fed! Strange idea but it seems to be working.

Satellite images help insurers predict when drought is likely to kill cattle, so they can aid herders whose own lives depend on their livestock.

"Scientists hope that Africa’s as-yet uncharted genetic variations can help explain why people on the continent are more...
11/12/2016
A made-in-Africa genetic chip could revolutionize medicine made for Africans

"Scientists hope that Africa’s as-yet uncharted genetic variations can help explain why people on the continent are more susceptible to certain conditions"

This will be the first chip that has been created to specifically target genetic variation in African populations and people of African descent

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