Sickle Cell Disease
What is Sickle Cell Disease?
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Relevance of SCAHF in Nigeria
Nigeria has the highest rate of Sickle cell disease in the world with over 150,000 children born with SCD each year and about 40 million people in total according to a report by Dr Bosede Afolabi. Nigeria losses about 2500 people daily to Sickle Cell disease which shows that there is a gap in knowledge that needs to be filled in order to manage the disease better. Daily about 5 million people in Nigeria need a blood transfusion to stay alive. Hence, the need for blood donation.
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Call us 24/7. We are there for your support.
+234 815 472 5680
+234 703 645 9016
We are a non-governmental organisation committed towards providing for the needs of people living with sickle cell disease
and ensuring safe blood is accessible and affordable
Where to find us
Km 2 Eleme Akpajo Expressway, Port-Harcourt. Nigeria