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SICKLE LIFE PATIENT SUPPORT GROUP.

Ensuring healthy lives and promoting well-being for all at all ages is a task that requires all stakeholders in the health sector to take active roles to achieve. With specific focus on maternal and child health as well as HIV/AIDS, malaria and other diseases, the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) serve as a guide to cause Read more about SICKLE LIFE PATIENT SUPPORT GROUP.[…]

MENTORS MATTER!

Dr. Buadu (Sickle Life) and Medical Students (facing camera) interacting with clients at the adolescent clinic. ​Living with a chronic medical condition is quite difficult for children and especially difficult through adolescence as young people transition into adulthood. We often begin to wonder why we are different, why us in particular, why so many medications to Read more about MENTORS MATTER![…]

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Sickle Life Mentorship Project Volunteer Form.

The Sickle Life Mentorship Project comes off on Saturday 26th August 2017.  Our aim is to assist in the transition of teenagers living with sickle cell disease from the paediatric to adult Sickle Cell Clinic at Korle-Bu Teaching Hospital.  Activities include talks on: SCD and medication adherence. Development and body changes. School life and peer pressure. Read more about Sickle Life Mentorship Project Volunteer Form.[…]

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WORLD SICKLE CELL DAY, 2017- Know Your Sickle Status Now.

World Sickle Cell Day is commemorated annually on the 19th June to draw attention to Sickle Cell Disease globally. In 2017, The Information Services Department (ISD), Obuasi district organized a number of events from Monday 19th to Friday 23rd June 2017 to draw attention to this condition within the district. Under the theme, “KNOW YOUR Read more about WORLD SICKLE CELL DAY, 2017- Know Your Sickle Status Now.[…]

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WORLD SICKLE CELL DAY 2017- Activities. 

Wednesday, 7th June 6pm- Radio, Obuasi Tuesday 13th June  Health talk and free Sickle Cell Screening (Hb Electophoresis Tests) Organised by Sickle Cell, Korle-Bu Teaching Hospital Odorgono Secondary School  500 students and staff tested ​ Saturday 17th June 5pm- Class FM Monday 19th June  8am- MultiTv  10am-Adom Fm  11am- TV 3 (Documentary Recording)  5pm- Radio Read more about WORLD SICKLE CELL DAY 2017- Activities. […]

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Sickle Life- Review. 

​Republished with permission of Daniel Nyakutsey. This article was first published by Daniel Nyakutsey via www. sicklecellwelfareforum.com on December 26, 2016. I visit Ghana when I can to at the very least enjoy the sun, sea, the tasty food and as a reality check for myself. On my most recent trip, I had the honour Read more about Sickle Life- Review. […]

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2016.

“The heart of a volunteer is not measured in size, but by the depth of the commitment to make a difference in the lives of others.” ~ DeAnn Hollis. 2016 was truly an impressive year for Sickle Life in many respects. Beyond the formalization of our activities as a non-governmental organization in Ghana and successful Read more about 2016.[…]

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AWANA CAMP 2016.

At the end of 2016, among the activities we undertook, Sickle Life was honoured to interact with members of the AWANA CLUB at a health talk organized at their annual camp. This talk, on Sickle Cell Disease, was on Friday 30th January 2016 at the Pope John Senior High School and Junior Seminary, Koforidua (the Read more about AWANA CAMP 2016.[…]

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World Sickle Cell Day Report- 2016.

    Hello everyone, it’s been quite an interesting week in Ghana. Congratulations to Ghanaians for generally peaceful elections and the ongoing transition process. We at Sickle Life are earnestly looking forward to 2017 with all the opportunities it holds. First however, we need to address the elephant in the room, The 2016 World Sickle Read more about World Sickle Cell Day Report- 2016.[…]

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August – November 2016

    Hello everyone! It’s been a while hasn’t it? We trust you have been well. For all our followers via sicklelife.org only, it may seem like an eternity but we assure you, Sickle Life has been working behind the scenes to create awareness about Sickle Cell Disease. Do follow us on Social media (Facebook-Sickle Life, Instagram/ Twitter- Read more about August – November 2016[…]

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Adeiso Health Centre Outreach.

Sickle Life was invited by Millennium Christian Women’s Network to give a talk on Sickle Cell Disease and offer medical care to the people of Adieso. VENUE: ADEISO HEALTH CENTRE DATE: 11 JUNE 2016 TIME: 10am – 4pm Education and Information about Sickle Cell Disease to help you make an informed life choice. #SickleLife  

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Health Talk-Resurrection Presbyterian Church.

On Sunday the 17th of April 2016, Sickle Life was privileged to fellowship with members of the Resurrection Presbyterian Church, Agbogba on the first day of their Young Adults Fellowship (YAF) week celebration. This was a health talk on the topic Sickle Cell Disease. It was delivered by Sickle Life founder, Dr. Sefakor Enam Bankas. Read more about Health Talk-Resurrection Presbyterian Church.[…]

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FEDERATION OF GHANA CATHOLIC HEALTH TRAINEES CONGRESS 2016.

The Federation of Ghana Catholic Health Trainees (FGCHT) is an  association comprising students of all Health institutions in Ghana who identify with the Catholic faith and doctrines. Every year since its formation in 1999, members assemble in one of its member institutions to undertake most primarily, a major project of germane National health interest. This Read more about FEDERATION OF GHANA CATHOLIC HEALTH TRAINEES CONGRESS 2016.[…]

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My Sickle Life: Preparing For The Unexpected.

Living with a chronic medical condition like Sickle Cell Disease is a very tedious balancing act. There are several variables and too many moving parts which make staying healthy almost impossible. Every action must be taken with complete consideration of its potential to cause illness or affect health. Will it rain tomorrow, will I have Read more about My Sickle Life: Preparing For The Unexpected.[…]