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9th Asia Pacific Global Summit on Healthcare & Immunology
July 03-05, 2017 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Sylvain Haba
Medico-Spiritual Center, West Africa
ScientificTracks Abstracts: Primary Health Care
DOI: 10.4172/2167-1079-C1-011
Conflicts and difficulties between doctors, pastors, marabouts quacks, magicians and witch doctors in villages West Africans. The practice of nursing in the villages confronts mediocre traditional and religious practices which cannot advance nursing. Despite the evolution of science, 60 to 80% of the population believes pastors, imams, quacks, magicians, marabouts in their vain consultation, so the diagnosis is usually about: wizards, poisoning, the devil and evil spirits denying scientists the real causes. Nurses who reject their diagnoses are threatened, sometimes even their family tested using the mesmerizing plant against them, which my research has uncovered some plants: Raphyostylisbénénien Family: Icacinaceae (partly used sheets), Phaullopsus Falicicepala (Part used leaf and fruit), Daturastramonium Family: Solanaceae (Part used seed), this combination is used to hypnotize. It is used for other events. A pastor fired the candle on the fingers of a child to be claimed sorcerer in the name of the holy spirit he said. A Catholic priest based in kizaom’vété (DRC Matadi) retrieves abandoned children through this ordeal by their parents. Pastors had gone to the center of the treatment of Ebola fever late to pray for those who were suffering, but were chased away by the police. Fetish and marabouts had accused of dangerous devils and bad spirits the first victims of the Ebola before the World Health Organization (WHO) designated Ebola You can not put god to the test regardless of our faith. Only god can bring us to the test. Science is a tool created by god himself and it is unavoida. the fight between wizards, Man could not be separated from his wife after sex, the penis was not erect, but stuck in the vagina of the woman for two (2) days, because of my research they made me leaving and witnesses said the couple were sent naked in a public place, people screamed and yelled at them to separate them, A group of magicians did the sexes disappear by shaking hands with people. Some difficulties nurses face by residing in the areas with lack of medical equipment and medicines. Educational films for health, awareness Exclude those who did not receive training for health care and everything that is not scientific. Train, inform to transform, Adapting our lifestyles as time and circumstances.

Sylvain haba Admission to Bachelor in 1984, orientation to school nurses 1985-88. 1989- 1997 Internship in a medical post in Sebetere Gaoual Prefecture. 1992- 1993 Remote Training on medical semology. In 1998 admitted to the public service test. 2004-2005 Training in traditional medicine in DR Congo. Back Guinea in 2006 establishment of the Medico-Spiritual Center Tradi koumi Talitha (Marc5: 41-42) to (Labe) Guinea. 2008 Transfer of the center in Conakry.

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