Dear partner, hope this email finds you in good health.
I am, Dr Patrick AMANI SANGINGA, Program Officer within the non-governmental, National, Multisectoral development organization, HOPE FOR DEVELOPMENT IN AFRICA, having its head office in Beni, Province of North Kivu, in the Democratic Republic of Congo.
Coordinator of the various Health and Nutrition activities.
We are in charge of:
- severe acute malnutrition (we support 3,500 children aged 6 - 59 months)
- moderate acute malnutrition (children, pregnant and breastfeeding women, people living with HIV / AIDS as well as Tuberculosis.
We work in accordance with the Integrated Management of Acute Malnutrition (PCIMA) / National Protocol.
We support the vulnerable and marginalized community in the response against Ebola virus disease (EVD) during the 9th, 10th, 11th, 12th and 13th Epidemics.
The adequate response to various infectious and water-borne diseases. Strengthening Protection Against Infection.
Support for community relays as well as community-based cells in routine vaccinations, family planning, detection of cases of malnutrition, etc.
Dr Patrick SANGINGA, we are in the community by responding to the problems facing communities:
- infectious and water-borne diseases
- The epidemics
- assistants to internally displaced populations (atrocities committed by armed groups, etc.)
- Support for pregnant and breastfeeding women.
I am the Head of Programs within the organization HOPE FOR DEVELOPMENT IN AFRICA, working in the vulnerable and marginalized community, in order to respond to challenges related to health and socioeconomic well-being.
Dr Patrick sanginga
HIFA profile: Patrick Sanginga is a Doctor of Medicine and Program Manager at Hope for Development in Africa, Non-governmental organization in Democratic Republic of Congo, Province of North Kivu, City of Beni. Professional interests: protecting the environment, contributing to people's access to water, education and health; promote new information and communication technologies as well as their socio-economic well-being. The problems linked to armed conflicts, to communication routes, road infrastructure, agricultural service roads, problems of access to medical care, education and energy are known to be factors contributing to the poverty of the population. We work in the fields of Health - Nutrition; Education; Food Safety ; Water, hygiene and sanitation; Environmental Protection ; Response to disasters and catastrophes and the socio-economic well-being of the population. Email address: patysanginga215 AT gmail.com