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Burkina Faso: Ahmadiyya Jama'at organizes medical camp for cervical cancer screening


Many patients were satisfied with the work of the Ahmadiyya movement, because the treatment received greatly improved their health status.

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Source/Credit: Burkina Faso 24
By Noufou KINDO | July 23, 2017

"Love for All, Hatred for None"

The Ahmadiyya Muslim Community in Burkina Faso initiated a campaign for free screening of cervical cancer and diabetes for the benefit of the public on 21 and 22 July 2017 in Ouagadougou.

The Ahmadiyya Muslim Jama'at of Burkina Faso and the NGO Humanity First in partnership with the Ahmadiyya Medical Center organized a free medical service camp.

From 21 to 22 July 2017 in Ouagadougou, the populations were provided with free treatment in general consultation, screening for diabetes, stress, cervical cancer, homeopathic care and ocular pathologies, thanks to service of the new Ahmadiyya medical team.

The President of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community of Burkina Faso, Mahmood Nasir Saqib, praised the works of all those who, from far and near, do not fail to provide support and comfort to the most deprived sections of society.

"Everywhere we speak of the law, but not of duty. Yet we must also speak of duty because we are a divine creature. We must live and stay together," he said. Souleymane Kaboré, General Administrator of the Ahmadiyya Medical Center, acknowledged that the act was of paramount importance.

"There is no better solution for African countries in general than prevention. People need messages and information regularly so that they can be wary ... Speaking of the results of the activities, we are absolutely satisfied. But, you can never be 100% satisfied especially when it comes to health. We have about 20 years of existence and the medical center organizes medical camps every year, not only in Ouagadougou," he said.

Anicet Bazié, a member of the National Assembly, was present, as well as several customary and religious leaders, at the launching ceremony of the medical camp on 21 July 2017. He said he came as a friend of the center. Health being the top priority, he said, we can only thank the initiators and encourage them to continue in this direction.

According to him, we must always put forward the assertion "love for all and hatred for no one!", As the parliamentarian adds, if one has the opportunity to bring relief to his neighbor, that is a good thing. Anicet Bazié thanked the leaders of the movement and hoped that the medical camps would perpetuate, for the well-being of the inhabitants of the cities and the countryside.

To listen to various testimonies, the action of this Islamic community is saving for the disadvantaged populations. Many patients were satisfied with the work of the Ahmadiyya movement, because the treatment received greatly improved their health status.

As a reminder, since March 2006, the Ahmadiyya community, with the help of the NGO Humanity First, provides care and regularly helps the most vulnerable populations in order to promote human dignity.

Noufou KINDO
Burkina Faso 24

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