Breast Cancer Mission Trips to Kenya, Africa

Medical data from reputable organizations like World Health Organization (WHO), CDC, etc has shown that the highest mortality rates related to breast cancer is in third world countries, especially Africa.

However, other faster mass killers like Malaria and HIV has received unparalleled international attention in Africa, Thanks to organizations like Gates Foundation and others.Despite the high mortality of breast cancer and cervical cancer in Africa, cancer in general has not received the attention it deserves in Africa

While the cost of diagnosing and treating breast cancer is expensive, Cancer Free Women believes the man ion the mirror can make a positive impact in the lives of high risk African women

Looking up to The Gifted and Talented: Breast Cancer Mission Trips to Kenya, Africa.

Cancer Free Women will be conducting regular breast cancer related mission trips to Africa, starting with East African region. We appeal to medical practitioners from all over the world to volunteer in this region to: –

  • Create breast cancer awareness
  • Educate women about breast cancer and life saving Breast Self Exam (BSE) techniques.
  • Diagnose breast cancer cases and educate local clinicians, doctors and nurses how to be proactive about breast cancer
  • Train local surgeons on less invasive and potentially life saving surgical techniques
  • Create a breast cancer awareness culture in youths that can be easily reached in boarding high schools and colleges
  • Reinforce positive learning and foster continuity by offering free exchange programs. Teaching hospitals and universities willing to train African medical professionals are more than welcome.
  • Identifying opportunities that can be exploited to create breast cancer awareness and promote breast health culture

Change the World for Ever!

Saving women lives, especially in Africa is guaranteed way to change and impact the world. Majority of bread winners in Africa are women. The most important society building block in Africa is a woman. Kids eat, go to school, etc mostly because of the presence of a woman. A potential breast cancer related death affecting a mother, almost always, mean end of family.

Will You Take a Mission Trip to Kenya, Africa?

You may underestimate your impact in African women lives. If your presence saved just 1 (one) woman life, think about how many generations you’ll have impacted.

““We make a living by what we get. We make a life by what we give.”
― Winston Churchill

“It’s not how much we give but how much love we put into giving.”
― Mother Teresa

Make that change

If you would like to share your breast cancer story, email your story on Microsoft word to cancerfreewomen[at]gmail.com.

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