Remarkable financial and political efforts have been focused on the reduction of child mortality during the past few decades.
Mobile health is evolving as a valuable tool to advance healthcare in areas of limited access to health services.
HEDUAfrica disseminates health information to pregnant women from various socio-economic and educational backgrounds and strengthens the health care worker knowledge base through African storytelling.
HEDUAfrica has linked up with Wired International Health Education and Information to help spread health education across the African continent.
Soweto Cardiovascular Research Unit – Seven Year Review 2006 - 2013. Projects run in Soweto that aim to improve health educational levels on non-communicable diseases.
South Africa is undergoing a rapid epidemiological transition and has the highest prevalence of obesity in sub-Saharan Africa (SSA), with black women being the most affected (obesity prevalence 31.8%).
Professor Karen Sliwa, the director of the Soweto Cardiovascular Research Unit and a primary investigator for NIH (USA) Millennium, gave three invited lectures in Dakar.
One of the biggest challenges facing the health care system is providing adequate access to information.
HEDUAfrica has released new videos that address potential problems faced by pregnant women.
HEDUAfrica officially launched at Soweto’s Elias Motsoaledi and Senaoane clinics on 19 and 20 March 2013.
The contributors of the Health Education South Africa (HEDUZA) platform have realized that there is a need to extend the educational program developed to educate pregnant women and healthcare workers on cardiac disease is not only relevant for South Africa but for the African continent and beyond.