Senegal, West Africa has created a $1 testing kit for Covid-19 and is testing everyone!

The country of Senegal in West Africa has created a $1 #testingkit for #Covid-19, and is testing everyone, symptoms or not, for the novel Coronavirus! They are also using #3Dprinters to create #ventilators for the cost of $60 a piece, whereas imported ventilators are $16,000 a piece. Senegal has the largest rate of #recovery of #patients with covid-19 in Africa and the third largest in the world, ahead of the United States and France.  #senegal #africa #innovation #pandemic #noshitholecountries

Senegal has the largest rate of #recovery of #patients with covid-19 in Africa and the third largest in the world, ahead of the United States


The Fight Against Coronavirus Preconditions by Dr. Samuel Jones

The Fight Against Coronavirus Preconditions

#diet and #exercise, especially #cardio, are Your Biggest Weapons Against the #covid19 #preconditions of #hypertension, #diabetes, and #obesity. You may be able to decrease the severity or even eliminate them from your life. #socialdistancing #coronavirus #savelives #protectyourself #protectyourfamily

Coronavirus: A Tip for Asthmatics Against Covid-19 by Dr. Samuel Jones


During the current Crisis it is very important that individuals have precise information. Dr. Samuel Jones from Go Africa has created this video to provide guidance. Cheikh Eteka Traore #severe #infection

Asthma is a medical precondition that can make acquiring Covid-19 virus result in a more severe course. This video can help people with asthma against the infection. #coronavirus #asthma #pneumonia #wheezing #Covid19 #atopicdermatitis #hayfever #preconditions #stayathomechallenge

My Green Smoothie Recipe by Dr. Samuel Jones

My green smoothie recipe is delicious, organic, nondairy, gluten-free, and full of nutrients, minerals, vitamins, fiber, good fats, and antioxidants with no added sugar.

The Health Benefits of Tiger Nuts

Healthline Newsletter

follow us on twitter: @GoAfricaNetwork , @DocSamuelJones

Tiger nuts, also known as chufa, yellow nutsedge or earth almonds, are not actually nuts, but rather edible tubers.

They’re the size of a chickpea but wrinkly with a chewy texture and sweet nutty flavor similar to coconut.

Tiger nuts were one of the first plants cultivated in Egypt and traditionally used as both food and medicine.

Read more

Sexual Assault Awareness Month Is Here: What You Need to Know

Like our page Go Africa Health on Facebook & twitter: @GoAfricaHealth


One in three women experience sexual violence that involves physical contact, reports the CDC. No wonder this campaign held every April to prevent sexual assault is so important.

Image result for SEXUAL ASSAULT
Read more

Can Insects Compete With Beef, Poultry as Nutritional Powerhouses?

Joel B. Mason, MD, isn’t ready to pop a whole cricket in his mouth just yet. But he’s okay with eating granola, pasta, or energy bars made with powdered crickets.

“[Y]ou can fold it into a number of recipes and use it similarly to the way you use flour,” he said. Besides facilitating cooking and baking, “it gets past this yuck factor that most North Americans have about popping an insect into their mouth.”

Mason’s interest in edible insects doesn’t stem from living in exotic lands or indulging in culinary innovation. He’s a cancer researcher with an affinity for the environment. Preventing colon cancer through nutrition is his primary pursuit, and that’s part of where crickets come in.

Ton Koene/VWPics/AP Images
Read more

New science tells us how to better manage our addictions.

follow us on twitter: @GoAfricaNetwork , @DocSamuelJones

Attend our Go Africa Health Expo in NYC on 4-2019

MARCH 2019

Illustrations by Viktor Koen
Read more

What Recent Policy Changes Has the White House Made to Funding the HIV/AIDS Epidemic Globally?

follow us on twitter: @GoAfricaNetwork , @DocSamuelJones

Attend our Go Africa Health Expo in NYC on 4-2019


The Foundation for AIDS Research


On January 23, 2017, President Trump reinstated and significantly expanded the Mexico City Policy (MCP), which prohibits non- U.S.-based nongovernmental organizations (NGOs) from receiving U.S. global health funding if they perform, counsel on, or refer for abortion, or advocate for its liberalization outside of limited exceptions. Whereas the MCP historically only implicated family planning funding, the expanded MCP (EMCP) now applies to all federal global health assistance funding. As such, the EMCP now applies to HIV funding through the President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR), implicating hundreds of new implementing partners (IPs) that were previously exempt. While the EMCP’s impact on PEPFAR IPs is not yet known, previous iterations of the MCP prompted service reductions and clinic closures among family planning providers. In order to understand if and how PEPFAR IPs may be affected, amfAR, in collaboration with Johns Hopkins University, launched a confidential electronic survey and key-informant interviews with PEPFAR IPs to document any changes in organizational operations and service delivery prompted by the EMCP.

Background on the Mexico City Policy
• Since the 1970s, the Helms Amendment has prevented any U.S. foreign assistance funding from being used for abortion services, even during the Clinton and Obama administration years when the MCP was not in effect. In contrast to the Helms Amendment, however, the MCP extends restrictions to organizational activities as a whole, even those supported by non-U.S. funding.  Specifically, the EMCP restricts a nonU.S.-based NGO from engaging in the following activities while receiving U.S. global health assistance: 1) abortion services; 2) counseling on abortion; 3) referring for abortion; and 4) advocating for the liberalization of abortion access.  Limited exceptions in the cases of rape, incest, or if carrying the pregnancy to term would endanger a woman’s
life, are allowed in the EMCP language.

Read more


follow us on twitter: @GoAfricaNetwork , @DocSamuelJones

Attend our Go Africa Health Expo in NYC on 4-2019



January 16, 2019


Drones may one day make your life easier by delivering pizza, but today—in Rwanda—they are already playing a vital role in emergency medical services.

Read more