In Senegal, small-scale farmers are reaping the benefits of climate-smart agricultural practices. Thanks to certified seeds and new technologies, they are producing more food for their families, better coping with the effects of climate change and reducing their impact on the environment.
ENDA Santé takes a global approach to cervical cancer prevention
The global strategy to eliminate cervical cancer as a public health problem, adopted by the World Health Assembly in 2020, recommends a comprehensive approach to preventing and combating cervical cancer. Measures including life-long interventions are thus [...]
World Hepatitis Day
Hepatitis B virus (HBV) infection is a public health problem in many parts of the world, due to its frequency, complications and socio-economic consequences. Half the world's population lives in a region with a high prevalence of HBV. Two (2) billion people are known to be infected with HBV, including 350 million [...].
Empowerment: ENDA Santé builds the capacity of women in the Petite Côte
The women of Kiniabour 1, Jaol (Darou Salam) have the potential and the will to contribute to the development of their locality. They are grouped in small MSEs and are active in small businesses, but they are not sufficiently equipped to make the most of it. The lack of education, the lack of training and the lack of [...]