Our Recent Projects

Capacity Building

Capacity Building

We organize workshops and training sessions for adults (parents, teachers, community leaders, health professionals, public and private parties) to equip them on drug abuse prevention and management approaches.

Quiting Support

Quiting Support

We provide assistance to drug abuse victims seeking to quit. Our multidisciplinary team has a proven approach to gently accompany you on this journey, with minimal withdrawal symptoms.

YADA

YADA

Through our “Youth Against Drug Abuse” curriculum, we build capacities in school children that would make them resilient to the current pressures of getting involved in drug abuse, and at the same time equip them to become #No-to-Drug-Abuse ambassadors to their respective communities.

Our Team

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Hilda Ekwoge

Pharm D

Co-Founder $ CEO

Hilda Ekwoge, Pharm D

Co-Founder & CEO

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Joseph Siewe

MD

Co-Founder & Vice President

Joseph Siewe, MD

Co-Founder & Vice President

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Beckly Shu

MD

Secretary General

Beckly Shu, MD

Secretary General

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Mildred Wainda

MiF

Chief Financial Officer

Mildred Wainda, MiF

Chief Financial Officer

Latest Blog Articles

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How to use your nasal spray

How to use your nasal spray

Nasal sprays are commonly used for cold and allergies.  Using one is quite simple               Clear the nose of all mucus by gently blowing               Open and shake the spray bottle many times before use               While keeping your head upright, block one nost...   Read More

Medsafety: ASAQ (artesunate/amodiaquine)

Medsafety: ASAQ (artesunate/amodiaquine)

ASAQ is an abbreviation for the antimalarial drug combination artesunate and amodiaquine. It is one of the cheapest and most accessible antimalarial drugs (950 XAF for an adult's complete treatment). When used properly it is very effective in treating uncomplicated (simple) malaria. It should not be used for prevention of malaria. Treatment should be started confirmation of malaria by bl...   Read More

Pregnancy medsafety: Pain

Pregnancy medsafety: Pain

Pain is a day to day encounter that sometimes needs medication to subside depending on our level of tolerance of it. Pregnant women will generally have fatigue that they interpret as pain. This is because of the uncomfortable feeling that comes along with it. Paracetamol is the drug of choice for pain for pregnant women Aspirin is not recommended except for specific indications ...   Read More

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Our Partners

Long term partnerships with leading local and international companies