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2016年9月22日,国际阿尔茨海默氏症(ADI)和第三个非洲区域会议发表了一项声明,今天,在世界卫生组织第一届世界防治痴呆行动部长级会议上,呼吁世界卫生组织呼吁采取行动,以提高老年痴呆症的优先权。
非洲地区电话会议呼吁提高老年痴呆症优先权
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2016年9月22日,国际阿尔茨海默氏症(ADI)和第三个非洲区域会议发表了一项声明,今天,在世界卫生组织第一届世界防治痴呆行动部长级会议上,呼吁世界卫生组织呼吁采取行动,以提高老年痴呆症的优先权。

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该声明是在会议由国际阿尔茨海默氏症和老年痴呆症协会尼日利亚联合举办的最后一天(阿丹),由阿尔茨海默氏症协会参加,dignatories专家和来自世界各地的第二十至2016年9月22日。开幕式由ibadanland的olubadan增光,陛下,OBA卅六olasupo阿德通吉,Aje Ogungunniso I.

这份声明是由会议的包括来自尼日利亚、肯尼亚、法国、美利坚合众国、英国、荷兰、墨西哥、加拿大、纳米比亚、加纳、赞比亚津巴布韦和南非的代表参加,包括世界老年痴呆协会,在老年痴呆症的伦敦国王学院和世界青年领袖(灵)。

痴呆症影响超过400万人在非洲,这预计将翻一番,以1400万的2050。在2015的痴呆症护理费用估计为216亿美元,在非洲地区-其中一个最大的增长观察到自2010。

宣言

我们,本次阿尔茨海默病国际非洲区域会议的参与者,建议采纳2015三月发出的世界卫生组织呼吁行动的原则,包括以下11点行动点:

1。在国内外论坛中提高痴呆的优先性

2。加强能力,领导和治理,多部门行动

3.增进认识提高公众对痴呆的认识

4。提高预防风险降低痴呆症的诊断和治疗

5。促进科技创新和社会创新,满足老年痴呆症患者的需要

6。增加集体努力和促进合作研究痴呆症

7。为痴呆症患者及其家属提供健康和社会保健的协调递送

8。促进性别敏感的生活方式与痴呆的各个方面

9。促进工作克服障碍接受痴呆护理

10。加强国际努力,支持各级人民的计划和政策

痴呆症,尤其是中低收入国家。

11。支持世界卫生组织的领导努力,促进和监测全球努力,以解决痴呆.

原文资料:

22 September 2016 - Alzheimer's Disease International (ADI) and participants of the 3rd African Regional Conference issued a declaration today to raise the priority of dementia by adopting the principles of the WHO Call for Action issued at the First WHO Ministerial Conference on Global Action against Dementia in 2015.

The declaration was made on the final day of the conference jointly organised by Alzheimer's Disease International and the Alzheimer's Disease Association of Nigeria (ADAN), attended by Alzheimer associations, experts and dignatories from around the world on the 20th to the 22nd September 2016. The opening ceremony was graced by the Olubadan of Ibadanland, His Imperial Majesty, Oba Saliu Olasupo Adetunji, Aje Ogungunniso I.

The statement was made by participants of the conference including representatives from Nigeria, Kenya, France, United States of America, United Kingdom, Netherlands, Mexico, Canada, Namibia, Ghana, Zambia, Zimbabwe and South Africa including the World Dementia Council, Kings College London and World Young Leaders in Dementia (WYLD).

Dementia affects more than 4 million people in Africa, and this is expected to double to 14 million by 2050. The cost of dementia care in 2015 was estimated to be US$ 21.6 billion in the African region - one of the greatest increases observed since 2010.

Declaration

We, the participants at this Alzheimer’s Disease International African Regional Conference, propose to adopt the principles of the WHO Call for Action, issued March 2015, with the following 11 action points:

1. Raising priority of dementia at national and international forums

2. Strengthening capacity, leadership and governance, multi-sectorial action to

    accelerate responses to dementia

3. Promoting understanding and raising public awareness of dementia

4. Advancing prevention risk reduction, diagnosis and treatment of dementia

5. Facilitate technological and social innovation to meet the needs of people living with dementia

6. Increasing collective efforts and foster collaboration in research into dementia

7. Coordinated delivery of health and social care for people living with dementia and their families

8. Promoting a gender-sensitive approach to all aspects of life with dementia1

9. Promoting work to overcome barriers to receiving dementia care

10. Strengthening international efforts to support plans and policies at all levels for people living with

    dementia, particularly in low-and middle-income countries.

11. Supporting leadership efforts of the WHO to promote and monitor global efforts to address

    dementia.

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