In Brazil, where there is severe lack of rural medical care, we work with local non-profit organizations and governments to maintain and develop local medical care in a sustainable manner.See more
In the Congo, where the infrastructure is still inadequate, we are working to improve public health, investigate infectious diseases, and support education.See more
We share details about our overseas medical service activities at conferences and workshops, and promote cultural exchange in Japan through communicating information of overseas cultures.See more
Occupational pneumoconiosis is a disease caused by the accumulation of dust and other particulates in the cells of the lung as a result of long-term inhalation during excavation or construction work.
And Occupational pneumoconiosis is a disease that can be prevented through early detection and treatment. The WHO/ILO has launched a project to eliminate occupational pneumoconiosis by 2030.
We at BRIDGE support this project and provide technical guidance on diagnosis of pneumoconiosis in Asian countries.
We also support the project’s aim to certify physicians who have the skills to reliably perform x-ray diagnosis of pneumoconiosis, by sending experts to needed areas as well as through providing technical support and funding.
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