Chronic Care Matters for African Communities
Welcome to Chronicity and Care in African Contexts
The Chronicity Care Africa website is an online multilingual, multimedia hub providing up-to-date practical advice on how to prevent and manage chronic non-communicable diseases such as diabetes, high blood pressure and dementia.
What we do
We provide evidence-based practical advice on how to prevent and manage chronic diseases, how to care for people in our lives who live with chronic diseases, and how caregivers can be supported. In addition, we share the latest cutting-edge insights from our on-the-ground research.
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Dr Yaa Amankwah Joins The Chronicity and Care in African Contexts Project, as an Advisory Board Member
We are pleased to announce that Dr Yaa Amankwah, an Assistant Professor, Obstetrician-Gynaecologist and a Researcher has joined the Chronicity and Care in African Contexts Project as an Advisory Group Member. Read her brief biography below. Dr. Yaa Amankwah is an Obstetrician-Gynaecologist in the Division of General Obstetrics and Gynaecology at the Ottawa Hospital. She
The Sahara Total Lifestyle Change Challenge has helped African and Caribbean communities in Greater Manchester achieve their health and lifestyle goals. Inspired by Dr Hibbah Osei-Kwasi’s research, The Sahara TLC Challenge was designed to deliver six months co-produced-culturally-adapted-lifestyle and weight management intervention to African and Caribbean people living in the Greater Manchester area. This was undertaken after a needs assessment showed