The partnership between CETSED and BCI which has its headquarters in Kumasi is a project dubbed 'The Driver and Breast Cancer' and Themed "GETTING THE MEN INVOLVED".
The partnership has been described by both organizations as important because it is going to help fight and reduce breast cancer cases in Ghana especially, among women traders who are mostly at risk of the deadly disease
Breast Care International (BCI) is an organisation founded in 2002 by Ghana's first female general surgeon to combat breast cancer, Dr. Beatrice Wiafe Addai. BCI was formed to organise free health outreach programs across Ghana. In 2015 BCI screened 21,407 women, 16% were screened in October, BCI's peak month.
The collaboration between CETSED and BCI seeks to get more men especially commercial drivers and others in the transportation chain involved in the breast cancer advocacy, it is designed to focused on expanding the frontiers of CSO's activism in the transportation and health sectors for the betterment of the people of Ghana. Read Full Story