PAN African Health Initiative-Zimbabwe

PAN African Health Initiative-Zimbabwe

PAN-AFHI Zim- continental non-profit health organisation whose mandate is to ameliorate for quality healthcare in rural & marginalized African communities


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Today as we commemorate , we celebrate the phenomenal African American history makers in medicine.

Dr. Ruth Marguerite Easterling
Having entered Tufts College Medical School in 1917 at age 19, Dr. Easterling began her career as a pathologist and served on the staff of Tuskegee Veterans Hospital in Alabama.
Her professional accomplishments include her work with Dr. William Augustus Hinton, who in 1927 perfected the Hinton test for syphilis. Dr. Easterling also conducted tuberculosis research with Dr. Hinton and Dr. John B. West. She died of breast cancer at Cambridge City Hospital in 1943 at the age of 45.

Dr. Muriel Petioni
Also known as the “matron of Harlem health, Dr. Petioni, a graduate of Howard University Medical School in 1937, was known for her commitment to women’s issues, health care for the underserved, community medicine, and social justice. In 1974 she founded the Susan Smith McKinney Steward Medical Society for Women, a professional association for African American women physicians in the greater New York area.
She also developed a mentorship program with the Coalition of 100 Black Women that guided young African American women into careers in science and medicine. In 1976, she founded the Medical Women of the National Medical Association.

Dr. Jane Cook Wright
Having graduated with honours from New York Medical College in 1945, Dr. Wright made her mark in cancer research by developing new techniques for administering chemotherapy and evaluating new treatments for the disease. In 1955, she joined the faculty of New York University, where she continued her work with chemotherapy and later began experimenting with combinations of anti-cancer drugs. She believed most cancers were caused by viruses and investigated a new class of anti-cancer agents comparable to antibiotics.

Dr. Dorothy Boulding Ferebee
At the age of 37, Dr. Ferebee graduated from Tufts Medical College. Though she was an obstetrician, she is often most recognized for her influence as a civil rights activist. Some of her notable accomplishments include being the 10th president of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc; president of the National Council of Negro Women; medical director of the Mississippi Health Project; vice president of the Washington Urban League; and chair of the Women’s Division of the United Negro College Fund.

Dr. Rebecca Lee Crumple
Dr. Crumple is often recognized as the first African American woman to earn a doctor of science degree, having graduated in 1863 from the New England Female Medical College. She is the author of Book of Medical Discourses, about medical care for women and children.


Malaria occurs in more than 100 countries and territories. About half of the world's population is at risk. Large areas of Africa and South Asia and parts of Central and South America, the Caribbean, Southeast Asia, the Middle East, and Oceania are considered areas where malaria transmission occurs.

Africa is home to 92% of malaria cases and 93% of malaria-related deaths. Malaria is one of the leading causes of death in children under 5, taking the life of a child practically every 2 minutes. Pregnant women and their newborns are particularly vulnerable to malaria due to their low immunity levels.

Protect yourself, play your part to keep the numbers low. Repellents should be applied to bare skin, and clothes can be treated. Other ways to avoid being bitten include burning mosquito coils or using heated insecticide mats in living and sleeping areas at night, and using insecticide-treated mosquito nets.






Dear all, we all know of the virus that’s spreading around the world like a wild fire. It is real and very serious. Let us not take this virus lightly. Keep safe, protect yourself and others. Remember to observe the major precautions; washing your hands with soap under running water and observing social distance.




Social media features a lot of false information about Coronavirus.

One myth encourages people to breathe steam or drink hot water to kill Coronavirus.

Importantly, *neither breathing hot steam nor drinking hot water kills the virus.*

There is no miracle cure and researchers are doing their best to find something quickly, but it will take time.

The best recommendations to avoid getting sick and to stop you spreading the virus are to:

- practise *physical distancing*
- *hand wash* thoroughly and frequently (with soap on your hands for 20 seconds)
- *wash surfaces regularly and well*, ideally with bleach or other disinfectant

For more information on corona call the help line 2023



Dzimbozha nhare dzakatekeshera nenhau dzemanyepo dzedenda reCoronavirus.

Mamwe emanyepo aya anokurudzira vanhu kufema kana kunwa mvura inopisa kuuraya utachiona hwecoronavirus.

Zvakakosha kuti vanhu vazive kuti *kufema kana kunwa mvura inopisa hazviuraye kana kupedza utachiona hwecoronavirus.*

Hakuna mushonga kana munana wati wawanikwa unorapa denda iri. Vana chiremba nenyanzvi dzetsvakurudzo munyaya dzezveutano varikuzama nepavanogona napo kuwana mushonga, asi zvinotora nguva.

Hurudziro yakakosha kudzivirira denda iri ndeinotevera:
- *kugara vanhu vakapararira*
- *kugeza maoko* zvakasimba nesipo nguva dzose
- *kugeza pamusoro* nguva dzose nemishonga inouraya utachiona sebleach..

kuti kana mune zvamungade kuziva nezve corona fonai panhare idzi 2023.



Ebulenjini kukhona imibiko engaqondanga ephathelane legcikwane le Corona.

Kukhona amahungahunga athi abantu kumele bahotshe intuthu yamanzi abilayo kumbe banathe amanzi atshisayo ukuze


*Protect yourself*


🧼 Wash your hands frequently

👄 Avoid touching your eyes, mouth and nose

💪 Cover your mouth and nose with your bent elbow or tissue when you cough or sneeze

🚷 Avoid crowded places

🏠Stay at home if you feel unwell - even with a slight fever and cough

🤒 If you have a fever, cough and difficulty breathing, seek medical care early - but call by phone first

*Stay aware of the latest information Visit your local health clinic or talk to the PAN-AFRICAN HEALTH INITIATIVE ZIMBABWE COORDINATOR ON 0783505994 OR SMS/CALL 0776752666*


*PAN-AFHI ZIMBABWE Myth-busters*

There is a lot of false information around. These are the facts.

🔢 People of all ages CAN be infected by the coronavirus. Older people, and people with pre-existing medical conditions (such as asthma, diabetes, heart disease) appear to be more vulnerable to becoming severely ill with the virus.

❄️ Cold weather and snow CANNOT kill the coronavirus.

☀️ The coronavirus CAN be transmitted in areas with hot and humid climates

🦟 The coronavirus CANNOT be transmitted through mosquito bites.

🐶 There is NO evidence that companion animals/pets such as dogs or cats can transmit the coronavirus.

🛀 Taking a hot bath DOES NOT prevent the coronavirus

💨 Hand dryers are NOT effective in killing the coronavirus

🟣 Ultraviolet light SHOULD NOT be used for sterilization and can cause skin irritation

🌡️ Thermal scanners CAN detect if people have a fever but CANNOT detect whether or not someone has the coronavirus

💦 Spraying alcohol or chlorine all over your body WILL NOT kill viruses that have already entered your body

💉 Vaccines against pneumonia, such as pneumococcal vaccine and _Haemophilus influenzae_ type b (Hib) vaccine, DO NOT provide protection against the coronavirus.

👃 There is NO evidence that regularly rinsing the nose with saline has protected people from infection with the coronavirus.

🧄 Garlic is healthy but there is NO evidence from the current outbreak that eating garlic has protected people from the coronavirus.

💊 Antibiotics DO NOT work against viruses, antibiotics only work against bacteria.

🧪 To date, there is NO specific medicine recommended to prevent or treat the coronavirus...

*This is brought to you by PAN-AFRICAN HEALTH INITIATIVE ZIMBABWE 🇿🇼 for more information contact us on (whatsapp only 0783505994) and call/sms 0776752666*


*(Pan-African Health Initiative Zimbabwe) continues to advise against the application of travel or trade restrictions to countries experiencing COVID-19 outbreaks.*

It is prudent for travellers who are sick to delay or avoid travel to affected areas, in particular for elderly travellers and people with chronic diseases or underlying health conditions. “Affected areas” are considered those countries, provinces, territories or cities experiencing ongoing transmission of COVID-19, in contrast to areas reporting only imported cases.

General recommendations for all travellers include:

🧼 Wash your hands frequently

👄 Avoid touching your eyes, mouth and nose

💪 Cover your mouth and nose with your bent elbow or tissue when you cough or sneeze

↔️ Stay more than 1 meter (3 feet) away from a person who is sick

🍗 Follow proper food hygiene practices

😷 Only wear a mask if you are ill with COVID-19 symptoms (especially coughing) or looking after someone who may have COVID-19.

*Travellers returning from affected areas should:*

🌡 Self-monitor for symptoms for 14 days and follow national protocols of receiving countries. Some countries may require returning travellers to enter quarantine.

🤒 If symptoms occur, such as fever, or cough or difficulty breathing, travellers are advised to contact local health care providers, preferably by phone, and inform them of their symptoms

*This message is brought to you by the PAN-AFRICAN HEALTH INITIATIVE ZIMBABWE 🇿🇼 for more information contact (WhatsApp only 0783505994) and call or sms to 0776752666*


*(Pan-African Health Initiative Zimbabwe) inoramba ichikurudzira kusafamba kwevanhu nekutengeserana nenyika dzine utachiwana hwecorona (COVID-19).*

zvakanaka uye zvakakodzera kuti vafambi vanorwa varegedze kushanyira nyika dzine utachiwana uyu kunyanyisa vanhu vechikuru neavo vahurwere hwakasimba ingava nyika, dunhu kana muguta munoutachiwana uhwu

Zvinotarisirwa kuvafambi ndezvizvi:

🧼 kugeza maoko nguva dzose

👄 kuregedza kubata maziso, muromo pamwe nemhuno

💪 Kuvhara muromo kana mhuno negokora kana mokosora kana kuhetsura

↔️ mirai chinhambwe chinoita icho mita imwe (3 feet) kubva pamunhu

🍗 Tevedzerai nzira dzeutsanana dzekubika nadzo chikafu

😷 Pfekai zvekudzivirira kumeso kana muchiratidza kuva neutachiwana hwecorona *(COVID-19 kunyanyisa kana muchikosora)* kana kuti kana murikubatsira anechirwere cheCOVID-19.

*Vafambi varikudzoka kunzimbo dzeneutachiwana uhwu vanotarisirwa Kuita zvinotevera:*

🌡 Kuzviongorora pachavo vega kwemazuva anowana iwo gumi neina (14 days) votevedzera zvinodikamwa munyika mavashanya dzimwe nyika dzonoda kuti munhu uyu asasangane nevamwe.

🤒 Mukaona mave kuratidza zvinhu zvakaita, sezvizvi kupisa muviri, kukosora kana kunetsekana nekufema munokurudzirwa kubata vanoona nezveutano kupfurikidza nerunhare muvazivisa nezveurwere uhwu...

*Dzidziso iyi mukuipihwa NEPAN-AFRICA HEALTH INITIATIVE ZIMBABWE 🇿🇼 kana mune zvamungade kuziva munotibata parunhare rwunoti WhatsApp only 0783505994 kana kufona/sms nhamba dzinoti 0776752666*


🧼 Gezai maoko nguva dzose

👄 Musabata muromo, mhino nemaziso

💪 Vharai muromo wenyu nemunho negokora kana tissue kana mavekukosoro neku hetsura

🚷 Musapinda zvimbo dzine vanhu vakawanda

🏠Garai kumba kana musiri kunzwa zvakanaka - kunyange mune hurwere hudiki kana kukosora

🤒 kana mune hurwere, chikosoro pamwe nekunetsekana pakufema, tsvaga rubatsiro nekukasika kuzvipatara- tangai mafona

ℹ️ *Kana mune zvimwe zvamungade kuziva nezve chirwere CHECOVID19 shanyirai zvipatara zviri pedyo nemi kana kubata PAN-AFHI ZIMBABWE COORDINATOR parunhare urwu 0783505994 or kufona kana kuisa masms on 0776752666*


*PAN-AFHI ZIMBABWE Myth-busters*

*Kune mashoko arikufamba ekunyepa. Ichi ndichochokwadi .*

🔢 Vanhu vese vanobatira chirwere checorona. Vanhu vakuru nevamwe vanhu vane zvirwere zvinoti asima, suga, chirwere chemoyo) vanoratidza kubatwa nechirwere ichi zvakanyanya uye vanorwarisa.

❄️ Kutonhora kwekunze kana kunaya kwechando hakuurayi hutachiwana uhwu.

☀️ Hutachiwana hwecoran huno tapuriramwa kunzvimbo dzinopisa

🦟 Hutachiwana hwecorona hautambidzamwa nekurumwa nemosikito.

🐶 Hapana umbowo hwekuti hutachiwana uhwu huno tapuriramwa nembwa.

🛀 Kugeza mvura inopisa hakudziviriri hutachiwana uhwu.

💨 Zvinoshandiswa pakuomesa maoko hazviurayi utachiona hwecorona.

🟣 Ultraviolet light havanirwe kushandiswa uye unokuvadza ganda

🌡️ Thermal scanners anoratidza kuti munhu arikupisa muviri kwetehutachiwana hwecorona

💦 Kudirwa Doro(alcohol) kana chlorine hazvidzivirire hutachiwana wapinda mumuviri.

💉 Mishonga yakaita seye pneumonia, seinoti pneumococcal vaccine and _Haemophilus influenzae_ type b (Hib) vaccine, hakudziviriri kuhutachiwana uhwu.

👃 Hapana humbowo hwekuti kugeza mhuno dzedu nesaline zvinodzivirira hutachiwana hwecorona.

🧄 Garlic inehutano asi hakuna humbowo hwekuti ukadya garlic haurware nehutachiwana hwecorona.

💊 Antibiotics haashande kudzivirira hutachiwana anoshanda kudzivirira bakitiriya.

🧪 Hakuna mushonga unorapa hutachiwana hwecorona kana kushanda kudzivirira hutachiwana uhwu...

*Ruzivo urwu munorupihwa nePAN-AFRICAN HEALTH INITIATIVE ZIMBABWE 🇿🇼 kana mune zvamungade kuziva munotibata panhare (whatsapp only 0783505994) kana kufona/sms 0776752666*




🧼Geza izandla izikhathi zonke

👄Ungabambi amehlo, umlomo lamakhala.

💪🏻Vala umlomo lamakhala ngengalo yakho igobile nxa ukhwehlela kumbe uthimula.

🚷Lingahambi endaweni okugcwele khona abantu

🏠Hlalani endlini nxa lingezwa kahle kungaba yikukhwehlela lokuphefumula nzima.

🤒Nxa ukhwehlela, kumbe uphefumula nzima kumbe uphela amandla, dinga usizo lokwelatshwa masinyane - kodwa qala ufone kuqala.

*Hlalani liqaphele ngolwazi olutsha ngokuvakatshela esbhedlela esiseduze kumbe ufonele ku number lezi 0783505995 loba umlayezo ku 0776752666 yibo abazempilakahle abangalincedisa*

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Office 8, 1st Floor, Zimpost Business Centre, Cnr N. Mandela & J. Nyerere

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Monday 09:00 - 17:00
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