Covid-19 Palliative Support Fund
In hackening to the call for support by the Anambra State Government in collaborative bid to contain the spread of the novel Corona Virus in Anambra State, Nigeria and in line with their mission on providing healthcare access to cancer & maternal health indigent members in Anambra State, Nigeria, ASA Women USA Cancer Coalition sent a delegation to donate the sum of One Million naira to bring palliative support to our indigent members at home and as part of her support to the State Government in the fight against Covid-19.
When our project is fully funded, the ASA Women USA Cancer Coalition Community Adoption Partnership Program will enroll the selected cancer & maternal health indigent members of our various communities in the State's Health Insurance Scheme for a sustainable and cost effective means to accessing quality and affordable health services from the State's accredited public, mission and private hospitals across Anambra State, Nigeria. The Guidelines for the Community Adoption Partnership Program for the enrollment process is available and the Benefits Package for the Anambra State Health Contributory Scheme is also available.
The ASA Women USA Cancer Coalition Community Adoption Partnership Program Fund will support our major project on the expansion of a community's Health Centre into International Cancer Treatment/ Diagnostic Centre in Anambra State-Nigeria. The organization has completed the feasibility & Viability Studies, the full Architectural drawings, the floor plans and the bill of quantities for the International Cancer Diagnostic Centre in Anambra State, Nigeria, Thank you for being a part of our team of supporters that are making our project a reality.
Until our project is fully funded, we will be sending you regular reports about our work. This will keep you informed about all our accomplishments and show you how your generous donation was used. I hope you enjoy learning about our work and continue to stay engaged with our team.
International Cancer Diagnostic Centre in Nigeria
5K Walk for Hope to End Cancer in Nigeria
Cancer Survivor Purple Medal of Hope