[rokbox title="Job Openings" size="250 350" class="imgeffect plus" thumb="http://haluciondemo.org/wp-content/uploads/2013/01/jobs2cameroon.jpg"]http://haluciondemo.org/wp-content/uploads/2013/01/jobs2cameroon.jpg-website-250×350.jpg[/rokbox] The Patcha Foundation has 2 Job Openings in Cameroon! We are pleased to announce that we are hiring in Cameroon, and are looking to fill 2 key positions with our organization. The position in Douala will cover Centre, Littoral and SW Regions. The position in Bamenda will
THE CASEC LAUNCH GALA THE RANDALLSTOWN WALK-A-THON Thank you all for making our first ever Walk to Fight Cancer and…WIN! event, and the CASEC Launch GALA a huge success! Over 200 people joined us this year to walk to fight cancer and win, and to launch the CASEC program. What is CASEC? It is a
Thank you all for making our first ever Walk to Fight Cancer and…WIN! event in Cameroon, a huge success! Over 350 people joined us this year in Douala, Cameroon, to Walk to Fight Cancer and…WIN!, in support of the CASEC program there. What is CASEC? It is a program that works with community groups ro
Date: Saturday, October 27, 2012 Starting at 7:00 P.M. Location: International Ballroom, Holiday Inn, Columbia, MD 20788. Tel-410 799 7500 Cost: $50.00 per Ticket We are launching the CASEC program. What is CASEC? It is a program that works with community groups to promote Cancer Awareness, Screening, Early detection and Care. FOR TICKETS TO THE
Date: Saturday, October 27, 2012 The Michael & Mauritia Patcha Foundation of Maryland started the Walk to fight Cancer and…WIN! event to generate critically needed funds to provide resources for cancer awareness, screening, early detection and care to vulnerable immigrant Maryland families. For more than 2 years, the foundation has supported thousands of families with
Date: Saturday, October 27, 2012 – In Douala Date: Saturday, November 3, 2012 – In Limbe Cancer in Africa Data obtained from the IARC (International Agency for research on Cancer) ‟GLOBOCAN 2002 database, shows that compared to developed countries Africans do not have a higher rate of cancer incidence but have an alarming higher mortality
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The foundation continues to work on acquiring various machines to aide in early detection of various kinds of cancer, such as mammography, MRI and ultrasound machines. At the October 2008 workshop in Buea, Cameroon, the foundation paid for 18 women to have mammograms.
In October 2008, we had a chance to take a survey during an important workshop in Buea, Cameroon. Needless to say, the results were both revealing and compelling. Viewing these results proved to be a major motivator in our efforts to tackle these critical issues of major diseases, that still don’t receive the attention or
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