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World Health Day, observed annually on April 7th, serves as a reminder of the significance of global health awareness.

This year, QNET is marking World Health Day under the theme "Championing Health," coinciding with the celebration of its 26th anniversary as a prominent global direct selling company that has positively impacted millions of lives worldwide.

Established 26 years ago, QNET is a direct-selling company specializing in wellness and lifestyle products, operating across more than 25 countries.

During the event, Naana Quartey, Senior Regional Legal Counsel for QNET Sub-Saharan, emphasized the importance of promoting healthy nutrition, dietetics, and supplements.

Quartey highlighted QNET's range of health and wellness products, such as LifeCode Belite 123 and LifeCode EDG3 Plus, which have been rigorously tested and proven effective in supporting overall well-being.

She reiterated QNET's commitment to social responsibility, emphasizing their dedication to empowering individuals and communities.

Through the Raise Yourself to Help Mankind (RYTHM) foundation, QNET has contributed to society through various initiatives, including donations to educational funds, support for the National Chief Imam, Father's Home Care Orphanage, and others.

Quartey also highlighted QNET's collaboration with the Anopa Project in the Central and Western regions, which has successfully improved school retention for 1300 differently-abled children with visual and hearing impairments, earning recognition through several awards.

Furthermore, Quartey emphasized QNET's role in manufacturing and distributing a wide range of health and wellness products, including dietary supplements, skincare items, and lifestyle accessories tailored to address diverse health and nutritional needs.

Dr. Justina Serwaah Owusu, another speaker at the event, underscored the importance of prioritizing individual health and conducting thorough research on dietary supplements, ensuring they are approved by the relevant regulatory authorities such as the Food and Drugs Authority.

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