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Your community's journey to good health starts here.

3 easy steps to begin a health care co-op in your community.

 
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1. Start talking to the members of your community about the importance of health, particularly the need to combat diabetes and hypertension in your area.

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2. Encourage the formation of a co-op society to address these two diseases. We prefer to work with community associations of not less than thirty members.

i. Choose a name for the association.

ii. Select leadership.

iii. Open a bank account in the name of your association.

iv. Decide on membership monthly dues for your association.

Let us know about your association.

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Thank You. We will contact you shortly.

3. Fill out this form about your association and we will contact you to arrange the delivery of your community diabetes and hypertension health starter box.

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What's in our community diabetes-hypertension health starter box.

 
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  • 1 digital weighing scale.

  • 2-4 Glucometers.

  • 2-3 Boxes of 50 glucose test strips.

  • 1 box of 100 pairs of gloves.

  • 1 box of 100 alcohol prep pads.

  • 1 box of  300 blood Lancets.

  • 1 Samsung GSM tablet.

  • 1 Samsung tablet protective cover.

The asibiti community blood sugar and blood pressure monitor application

 
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The Asibiti app is an easy-to-use mobile application that is installed on the provided Samsung tablet. It is used to record the blood pressure and blood sugar measurements of the members of the association during every meeting.

You do not need an internet connection or data usage during data entry. An internet connection is only required during data upload.

We will contact the coordinator or whomever your association designates as the records keeper to train him or her on how to use the application for accurate data collection. 

Your information is guarded and not shared with a third party. Read our privacy policy.