The Republic of Equatorial Guinea improved social welfare with a special focus on health at a recent meeting of traditional doctors at the headquarters of the Regional Delegation for Health and Welfare.
The doctors studied information regarding notifiable diseases, such as acute flaccid paralysis, measles, yellow fever, and newborn tetanus.
Equatorial Guinea has made significant strides in social welfare, including health and disease education and prevention, in recent years. The Government of Equatorial Guinea has invested resources in building state-of-the-art health facilities, nutritional access programs, and educational sessions to identify and prevent diseases.
The Ministry of Health and Social Welfare hosted the event, in partnership with the World Health Organization (WHO).