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Wednesday, 5 March 2014

LUTH Fun Centre launched by Sanofi

Sanofi has launched across the African continent a corporate social responsibility initiative with pediatrics slant themed “Healthy Children, Happy Children,” as part of efforts to diversify and adapt its healthcare offerings to young Africans. 

This unique initiative relies on 3 pillars. Continue to see it... 


Development of medicines and vaccines: Sanofi takes into account the epidemiological profiles of each country, with a view to broadening its offer to new therapeutic areas, develop formulations and dosages adjusted to the needs of African patients, and improve access to medicine, thanks to a differentiated pricing policy.



Training and communication for healthcare professionals: With this second pillar Sanofi will, thanks to continuous medical education programs on pediatric topics (vaccination and antibiotherapy, malaria, epilepsy, diabetes), strive to improve healthcare through provision of quality medical information.



Informational and educational activities for the general public: On this third pillar, Sanofi engage the public and enlighten people on health matters. For example better ways to manage pain & fever, to prevent malaria, etc., and provide follow-up tools for children, like health notebooks or smart phones applications.



Pediatrics is a priority for Africa: 1 child out of 4 in the world is African and 50% of the worldwide infant mortality occurs on this continent. Sanofi is the leader in Africa, with the largest healthcare offer dedicated to children. Sanofi’s Pediatrics Initiative corresponds to the strong desire to strengthen our contribution and commitment to child healthcare”, declared Antoine Ortoli, Intercontinental Senior Vice-President, Global Operations. “Sanofi’s priority is to have a healthcare offer that is more tailored and diversified in terms of products and services for healthcare professionals and the general public. It’s in being closer to the everyday local realities that we can, together, overcome the great health challenges of the African Continent”.



The First Pediatrics Initiative in Nigeria “The Lagos University Teaching Hospital (LUTH) Fun Centre was launched on February 27, 2014.



19 comments:

Anonymous said...

9ce.. We need It..... Next pls

~Beautiful lopez~

Unknown said...

This is really great no doubt..... Checkoy the materials provided to equip the place, all new..... nice one......
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Unknown said...

We need more of this in other parts of nigeria bcos it will greatly help kids in a positive way.....
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Anonymous said...

What's d big dal in a bunch of stuff put together like what u see in every daycare in the west? The ain issue is sustainability and easy access to the professional! We know how to celebrate mediocrity in Nigeria

Gucci said...

yesssss finally!

Amarachukwu said...

I don't want to talk.

Unknown said...

Okay..its time for me to play.
I miss those days whn I used to play with "jangulover" and toys and teddy bears.
Issorai..

Unknown said...

Must u always condemn and hate?

Anonymous said...

My sons room is lovelier n heathier than this backward nation.PS I live in PH

sweet pop said...

Wit all dis nigeria will be in gud health!!

Almahroof Mubaraq said...

That's very kind of Sanofi, our children really needs more of this to help them grow. Healthy Children are Happy Children.

"Starman"

Unknown said...

I LOVE this initiative! In capital letters.

Anonymous said...

thanks nice wrk

Anonymous said...

Seems like it's just one room urrgh

Unknown said...

good work
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Apple said...

Children will love this

Topebrass said...

Can luth maintain dis? T̶̲̥̅̊ђε̲̣̣̣̥ management į̸̸̨§ up side down

Anonymous said...

That's very nice of SANOFI. Their oncology drug taxotere is very efficacious.

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