When your wife, girlfriend, daughter, friend or colleague is diagnosed with Breast Cancer, you may feel helpless and wish there was something you could do to show your empathy.
Here's your chance to walk/run in her shoes.
Are you man enough to join 49 other men in the "REAL MEN RUN IN HEELS" challenge during the Diacore Gaborone Marathon on 12 May 2019?
To register, visit: http://www.diacoregaboronemarathon.com/real-men-challenge-t…
Did you know that there is a local Support Group for people going through different stages of (all) cancers?
If you or a loved one have been recently diagnosed, are undergoing treatment, are a care-giver or are a survivor who wants to support others, then contact The Fighters Support Group
This morning we conducted our first Breast Clinic at Journey of Hope Botswana. Village Imaging brought through their iBreast screening device (which detects changes in breast tissue) and breast ultrasound scans were conducted using the Sonon and JOHB ultrasound machines.
If you are concerned about any unusual changes in your breast, contact us on 72305012 or email us firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss an appointment at our next Breast Clinic.
Every year the Std 7 learners at Northside School find innovative ways to raise funds for cancer awareness. They remind us all that you are never too young to empower yourself with knowledge about cancer, or stand up and actively make a difference.
We salute you.
The Diacore Gaborone Marathon is the Biggest marathon Botswana has to offer. This year we're commemorating the marathon entirely to Breast Cancer Awareness
Registration is still open now till the 23rd March 2019.
Register online at www.diacoregaboronemarathon.com
We received a box of goodies!
Thank you Jenny McKeown and the Bear Hug Project, for the Knitted Knockers and bras. They will definitely make a positive change in the lives of many women.
If you know any woman who would benefit from these, please contact us on 72305012 or email us on email@example.com
On this day Cancer Survivors, Caregivers, and stakeholders spoke frankly about the cancer situation in Botswana.
We all have a responsibility to empower ourselves with knowledge about cancer. It can affect you or a loved one, when you least expect it.
Please visit www.worldcancerday.org for more information.
Part One of the World Cancer Day Commemoration is finally done! It was a beautiful cloudy day - perfect for welcoming the cyclists who were all Cycling For Cancer.
A big thank you goes out to Joy Foundation Sports Development for donating bikes to Cancer survivors.
Part Two will be at the Mochudi Main Kgotla on Mon 04 Feb, from 08h30 to 10h30.
See you there!
The Journey of Hope Botswana is a not for profit organisation of volunteers whose aim is to promote breast cancer awareness in the country.