Transforming Parkinson’s Care in Africa (TraPCAf):
Transforming Parkinson’s Care in Africa (TraPCAf) is a multi-faceted, mixed-methods, multi-national research grant spanning seven work packages. The grant is funded by the National Institute for Health and Care Research (NIHR) (NIHR133391) using UK aid from the UK Government to support global health research.
Core value of the organization
" I am Stronger Than Parkinson Disease "
These qote was written by Kibra Kebede the founder of parkinsons patient support organization Ethiopia(PPSO-E)
Winner of AWiB’S woman of excellence 2018 and winner of Ethiopian begosew award (Kind person)of the year on 2022 in the helping the live of Parkinson patients and their families. It was a well deserved award. So great when PPSO-E makes news for something positive.
Why We Are Working On Parkinson and Their Family
PPSO-E’s intervention aim to improve the quality of life of these patients and their caregivers, by awareness raising, capacity building and care and support, and let them live a life where they are considered and supported unlike past times. If awareness is raised, patients will be aware of their condition and caregivers will know how to care for them, government and other stalk holders will know about Parkinson and support the patients, which will be a means to improve their life and open ways to address their needs.