Palp’Action : A look back at two days of breast cancer screening in DRC, organized by Inovie Africa

With its subsidiary, Inovie Africa, Inovie led a major breast cancer awareness and screening campaign this week, in partnership with Activa Assurances RDC.

These two entities share the core of their mission : access to quality healthcare throughout the African continent. As part of the worldwide breast cancer awareness month, Pink October, the partners have launched a breast cancer awareness and screening campaign.

The two “Palp’Action” days, organized on October 10 and 12, were aimed primarily at the underprivileged populations living in DRC. The first day of the campaign took place at the UNHCR refugee agency, and the second at Camp Lufungala of the Congolese National Police, in the presence of Police General M. Kamanga Joel who came to welcome the initiative.

The teams were also joined by the Directors of Inovie Africa and Activa Vie RDC, Christian Hapi and Vincent Mwepu Makasa. Together, the laboratories group and the insurance company deployed a mobile clinic to carry out these screenings, with the help of teams from Inovie’s New International Diagnostic Center in the DRC.

As a result, over 200 women were able to benefit from free screening, as well as a more general health check-up.

An images review of two days of breast cancer screening and awareness-raising

Discover the photographs of this event in the fight against breast cancer :

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