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2018 - What we've been up to!

Let's catch you up on what we have been up to this year. We hope you are satisfied with the impact your support and contribution have ma

Today, in the News... Interview with Stears Business

September has been a busy month for Stakeholders of Sickle Cell Awareness and Advocacy, worldwide. A sit-down with Stears Business, Ms. Sanusi talk about the pivotal role September plays in recognising advocacy and the need to do more. More organisations and Stakeholders are gaining grounds in intensifying the need for a permanent solution and provision of Bone Marrow Transplant in the Country. "September is sickle cell awareness month in the United States. Here in Nigeria, Samira Sanusi and the rest of her team dedicate the month to creating awareness of Sickle cell disease (SCD), and the millions of Nigerians living with it. But there is still much to be done to properly sensitise Nigerian

Let's Get Poetic... The Entries.

Even when the red blood cells become rigid, sticky, and shaped like sickles, I put on my gloves, I am a warrior!!! Even when the sickle cell breaks apart easily, leaving me without enough red blood cells, I put on my gloves, I am a fighter - I am Tomi Yes I am a fighter I've walked narrow and clogged pathways to get here You see me limp but I see a survivor I carry my Sickle to war and I see in your eyes how you've given up on me But through the pain and scars, I put on my gloves and carry that winner ribbon with pride I am a fighter and a winner. - Mss November l'm a warrior, day and night I fight. I'm a warrior, even when those red cells sickle rigidly, stripping me of my strength and

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