Health Care At The Rural Door Steps Hope to Cameroon's Sickle Cell Community

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Priority Interventions

The World Health Organization, Regional Committee for Africa published a sickle cell disease strategy[1] in which they recommended priority interventions from managing preventing, controlling and managing sickle cell disease in Africa. FJK’s programs, services and activities are aligned with and driven in part by some of these priorities.

  • Primary Prevention [25] to include genetic counselling [19b]
  • Improvements in health care provision [19a]
  • Partnerships and social impact [21]
  • Capacity Building [23]
  • Early Identification and Screening [26]
  • SCD Surveillance [30]
  • Awareness and education [19 b]

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  • Years of Operation 10
  • Encounters 6,000
  • Families 1,850
  • Workshops 85
  • Collaborators 11
  • Funding $165,000