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Saint-Sauveur donates 2 tonnes of medicine to “Denise Nyakeru Tshisekedi Foundation”.

One of the priority of the First Lady of the Country is the care of people suffering from sickle cell anemia. The Denise Nyakeru Tshisekedi Foundation revolves around 4 axes: health, education, the empowerment of women and the fight against violence against women.

On December 19, 2019, Saint-Sauveur donated 2 tonnes of European specialty medicines to the Denise Nyakeru Tshisekedi Foundation. The drugs were delivered to the “Centre de Médecine Mixte et d’Anémie SS (Hopital Mabanga)” specializing in the care of sickle cell anemia.

Recall that 20 million Congolese are carriers of the sickle cell gene and can transmit the disease to their children. Sickle cell anemia is a genetic disorder affecting the hemoglobin in red blood cells. It is mainly manifested by anemia, painful attacks and increased susceptibility to infections. Although the life expectancy of patients has been increased – thanks to the development of treatments – these do not fully cure the disease.


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Saint Sauveur donates pharmaceuticals for Mbuba victims.

06/10/2018, national road Matadi Kinshasa, village of Mbuba.

A tank truck carrying gasoline struck another truck, causing a terrible explosion followed by a serious fire.

There are about fifty dead and a hundred wounded.

Immediately, Saint Sauveur provides relief to the victims with a donation of pharmaceuticals to the Central Warehouse of the Ministry of Health in the DRC.



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VIDEOS: Saint Sauveur organizes the first symposium on “oxidative stress” in the DRC.

24/11/2018, from 09 to 16H, at the Salon Rouge of the “Ministère des Affaires étrangères et Intégration régionale” Kinshasa.

As part of continuing education for better management of pathologies for which oxidative stress is a cause and / or consequence.

In collaboration with LOMO Medical, Southern African Training Academy (SATA) and University Clinics of Kinshasa





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