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Center for Public Health

Center for Public Health is Non Governmenal Organization. Not for profit, registered with corporate affairs commission. The Organization was initially founded of college of medicine in the university of Nigeria Enugu Campus as Society for Public Health in 1996.

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We Provide free Medical Care

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Serving the working poor who can't afford medical insurance by providing totally free healthcare services. Call Us ... We are looking for Doctors, Nurses and Office Staff. Volunteer ...Help provide medical care to our community.

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We Save Humanity Health

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Disease has been with humans since before we were human. ... Some scientists believe that one out of every two people who have ever lived have died of a disease.See through the impact of our health activities and what our passion has made us to achieve so far.

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To Give Them a Healthy Life

Fight Maleria in Africa. help CPH provide water, nutrition and vaccinations to ... and donate monthly to give Poor Nigerians the best possible start to a long healthy life.

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Our Philosophy and work are best represented by our achivements,Please Donate to help Us

  • Water and Sanitation

  • Education and Awareness

  • Community Recreation Service + Fun

  • Health and Nutrition Development

  • Agriculture and Sustainable Development

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STOP CERVICAL CANCER NOW!


The major cause of cervical cancer is a type of Human Papilloma Virus (HPV). This HPV virus is got through sexual contact with an infected individual. Cervical cancer is the second most common cancer in the female in the less developed countries with an estimated 445,000 new cases in 2012. In 2012 approximately 270,000 women died from cervical cancer, 85 % of these deaths occurred in the low- and middle-income countries like Nigeria.



In Nigeria the annual cases of cervical cancer are about 14,089 with about 8,240 deaths annually which means that about 23 women dies from cervical cancer every day. That is a woman dies of cervical every one hour. CERVICAL CANCER IS A DEADLY DISEASE.



Women from age of 15 years especially people that have become sexually active are at risk.



The good news is that this CERVICAL CANCER is highly preventable and treatable if detected early.

To save your life today all women from 25years to 65 years must go for cervical screening consisting of PAPS SMEAR and HPV TEST every 5 years’

Girls/Boys at age of 11-12 years must receive HPV vaccine.

With this cervical cancer will be prevented



***For your cervical screening (PAPS smear and HPV test) and HPV vaccine is available at PINK ROSE HOSPITALS, Stanpol Junction, Aba Road, Umuahia, Abia State. +2348037446884, info@centerforpublichealth.org  powered by CENTRE FOR PUBLIC HEALTH a non-governmental organization.



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2019 WORLD CANCER DAY

To observe the world 2019 World Cancer Day, CENTER FOR PUBLIC HEALTH is conducting CERVICAL SCREENING comprising of PAPS SMEAR and HPV TEST (based on World Health Organization recommendation) for women from 25 to 65 years. Venue PINK ROSE HOSPITALS ,STANPOL JUNCTION,ABA ROAD, UMUAHIA,ABIA STATE. 08037446884. From MONDAY 4th Feb to 7th Feb 2019.
This is an essential test towards prevention of cervical cancer


SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOALS ACTION AWARD


https://sdgactionawards.org/initiative/1303


Centre for Public Health is a non-governmental organization with special consultative status to the Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) United Nations, it is also associated with United Nations-DPI.

Our mission is to reduce the high mortality rates in the developing countries by ensuring equal access to appropriate and cost-effective care, including health promotion, prevention and free healthcare services to the vulnerable and indigent population.

We provide free drugs to the people living with hypertension, diabetes and other non-communicable diseases. we provide free antenatal services to the pregnant mothers in the rural areas who cannot afford their antenatal care.

we also provide free healthcare services to children with childhood diseases. we are also providing cervical screening to all women within the age of 25 - 65 years in the south east Nigeria. we look forward to procure HPV vaccine for the age group that needs it. Providing support to the physically challenged

Peopl's Healthcare Support Initiative

Peopl's Healthcare Support Initiative

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The people living with non-communicable diseases such as hypertension, diabetes and cancer have no access to healthcare services and essential drugs.

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The project is providing free healthcare services and drugs to the poor and underserved people who are living with Non-communicable diseases. This project is located in Nigeria. Currently 425 people are receiving treatment at no cost to them and more are being registered. The people under treatment have achieved good blood sugar and blood pressure control and they are now free from complications.

About this nonprofit

Our mission is to reduce the mortality rates in our communities, through the application of health promotion and disease prevention technologies and interventions designed to improve and enhance quality of life.