SENEGAL medical examinations in the villages

The project started in 2012: a specialized medical team reached some disadvantaged locations without medical assistance centers nearby. Between 2013 and 2023, approximately 120 villages were reached, with multiple missions during each year,  in the regions of Tambaconda, Diorbel, Louga, Kedougou, Tamba, Kaolack, Thies and in the distant Casamance. Around 5,000 people have been examined and treated and more than 20,000 euros of medicines and medical supplies,  have been distributed. Come Noi supports the visits with contributions for doctors, transport, general expenses (petrol, food and accommodation) and medical supplies. The project has a very positive impact on communities and local …

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Dispensary of the Somone Library

The project was born from the need to provide the dispensary of the Somone library with medical technical equipment and ensure the presence of a paediatrician once a month. The dispensary serves an area with  more than 10.000 inhabitants, where 35 children per month are born. Dr Niang and dr Bassene, our medical doctors on site, continue to work for  free at  the dispensary,  continuing a collaboration born with the project and consolidated over time. With the contribution of Come Noi, the dispensary has been significantly enhanced and qualified, becoming a point of reference for an increasingly populated territory. To …

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