Facilitating conscious efforts in recognition and diagnosis

The prevention program aims at conducting a widespread awareness campaign. We endeavour to find ways and methods to continuously inform the public concerning signs and symptons, treatment and life skills in hopes of increasing awareness and diagnoses.

The foundation distributes informational materials to schools and local communities in hopes to facilitate early recognition and symptoms.

Quick Facts

  • Sickle cell disease
  • Diabetes

With over 300,000 babies born with the sickle cell disease every year, Nigeria has the highest burden of Sickle cell disorders in the world

There is no cure for SCD yet. Although, some success has been recorded with bone marrow transplants

Sickle Cell Disease is not contagious or infectious

Research studies show that 1 out of evey 17 adults in Nigeria are living with diabetes

It is estimated at least 90% of type 2 diabetes cases (which is 95% of diagnoses) are preventable

By 2030, it is predicted that globally more than 500 million people will have diabetes

Core aspects of our prevention program

Blood test

Active and mindful lifestyle


Material distribution

Other ways we help


We provide social and emotional support and ensure that individuals diagnosed with sickle cell and diabetes receive appropriate follow-up services

Socio Psychology

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Being part of a support group is a proactive way to find support, help, tips, tool and can be part of an integrated approach to better management

You can help make a difference

Your donation will help save lives. Give today to help us fight sickle cell disease and diabetes across the globe