A USA-based non-profit organization, SDG-3 Global Health Initiatives will on Saturday, November 20, 2021, hold an awareness program for diabetic foot ulcer.
The virtual event is one of the numerous programs the organization has been holding as they keep up with their commitment to sensitizing the public on silent killer diseases.
The founder of the group Amb. Noblin Ngozi Ogbonna said that the group will not be relenting on manifesting its commitment to ensuring that people understand how to achieve healthy living.
She said that SDG-3 Global Health Initiatives has been featuring experts from different parts of the world and the goal is to make a serious global impact.
Amb. Noblin Ngozi Ogbonna said the workshop will be focusing on Diabetes, its causes, symptoms, long-term effects, and management.
The event will have Michigan USA-based Podiatrist/Podiatric Surgeon and Woundcare Specialist, Dr. Alton Johnson Jr, and California USA-based Endocrinologist Dr. Jennifer Way as speakers, while Amb. Noblin Ngozi Ogbonna will be serving as the host at the event.
SDG-3 Global Health Initiatives is in Affiliation with UNESCO Center For Peace will have the program tagged ‘Diabetes and Diabetic Foot Ulcer’ holding on November 20, 2021, by 11:00 AM New York Time (5:00 PM Nigerian Time)
The virtual meeting will be taking place on Zoom with details ID: 873 749 43336 and password SDG3.