Welisane Foundation Walk and Talk Breast Cancer Awareness Campaign

WELISANE MOKWE NKENG
Posted October 31, 2019 from Cameroon
Breast Cancer Talk
Breast Cancer Talk: Breast self examination demonstration (1/2)

Pink October has come and gone and know we are left with memories of how we raised awareness and what impact we created. Welisane Foundation organised several activities to commemorate this month. There was the Pink Walk to Mt Febe Yaounde for Breast Cancer Awareness. There was the online sensitization. Our outreach coordinators were on National Mass Media to educate the population. It ended on the 30th of October with a Talk and Examination event organised at Ekoudoum Ekoudoum Baptist Hospital.

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Hannah B
Nov 01
Nov 01

Hello Welisane,
Congratulations on your events! It sounds like they were a success and educated many people about breast cancer. I look forward to hearing more about your events and plans!
Best,
Hannah

Anita Shrestha
Nov 01
Nov 01

Dear Sister
This is great news

ANJ ANA
Nov 01
Nov 01

Dear Welisane,
Thank you for sharing the updates of event on the important issue of breast cancer. I saw two men in the group photo and in demonstrating the self screeening, its so good that men are also engaging in awareness campaign. wow that's great, collaboration is always helpful for multiplier effect in productivity and in results. Keep it up.
best wishes,
anjana

Hello, Welisane,

Congratulations on your successful Pink October events! You did a great job of raising awareness on breast cancer.

Thank you for sharing this update with us!

Jill Langhus
Nov 01
Nov 01

Hi Welisane,

How are you doing? Great job on all your initiatives lately. You've been on fire on social media and I know you've been busy. Please keep up your great work.

Hope you're doing well and having a great week!

Tarke Edith
Nov 02
Nov 02

Hi sister
Congratulations for creating the awearness .

Beth Lacey
Nov 07
Nov 07

Great work!

lizzymark
Nov 10
Nov 10

Weldon Welisane, this will help women know when to run and go visit a doctor and congratulation on your event.looking to hear more.