News29 June 2020
Allies in a battle against NCDs in Kenya
Through pilot projects, analytical work and knowledge sharing, the World Bank and Access Accelerated are collaborating on programs to tackle the burden of NCDs.
In Kenya, the World Bank and Access Accelerated currently support the AMPATH Primary Integrated Care For 4 Chronic Diseases (PIC4C) initiative, a pilot project to strengthen primary care services in the western counties of Busia and Trans-Nzoia. The project aims to prevent or manage hypertension, diabetes, breast, and cervical cancer – diseases that account for a large proportion of all deaths.
In a new World Bank blog post, Miriam Schneidman and Andreas Seiter reflect on our work together. Read the full story here.
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