After 7 days 13 clinics and 2164 breast examinations, we are headed back to Gaborone!
See you at our arrival event today, 15h30 at Town Lodge by Sebele Mall
We often get calls from women who want to come to us for breast examinations. Although we have doctors and nurses who volunteer their free time, we are not health professionals, but an awareness organization. We encourage both men and women to visit their nearest clinic or hospital if they notice unusual changes to their breasts.
The TLT/TLC pledge:
I pledge that from this day forward,
I shall touch and look at my breasts
Once a month, every month.
If l notice any changes to my breasts
I shall go and get them checked.
As we come to the end of a very busy day of awareness and breast examinations in Thamaga, we would like to acknowledge our Medical Team for the day.
(l-r) Nurse Sioban, Nurse Kereng, Dr Malone, Nurse Mary, Nurse Phumla and Nurse Millicent.
These ladies have taken time off their busy schedules to conduct the breast examinations and other health related consultations for the hundreds of women who come through to the clinics.
Re a leboga
Our last clinic for the Big Journey 2018 will be this morning at Scottish Livingstone Hospital in Molepolole, from 09h00 to 12h00.
Throughout our Breast Cancer Awareness trip, all our movements have been tracked by Online Solutions.
Good morning, Thamaga. Are you ready to Touch. Look. Check?
We are in Thamaga Clinic this morning, and Thamaga Primary Hospital in the afternoon.
We are halfway through our Big Journey, and the turnout has been good at the clinics we have already visited.
Thamaga Clinic, Thamaga Primary Hospital, Kumakwane Clinic, Mankgodi Clinic and Scottish Livingstone Hospital are next...
Thank you, Letlhakeng. Gompieno re ko Boswelakoko Clinic mo Molepolole
08h00 - 12h00
Thank you, Takatokwane. Letlhakeng le kae?
The Journey of Hope Botswana is a not for profit organisation of volunteers whose aim is to promote breast cancer awareness in the country.