Thu. Feb 22nd, 2024 online news,February 6th,2024:Grace Cancer Foundation Launch of Cancer Screening & sickle cell anemia in Tribal areas of Pahadpur & Uperbeda Villages..Kusumi -Tehsil, Mayurbhanj District, Odisha State India.

On the occasion of World Cancer Day, the Grace Cancer Foundation (GCF) is proud to announce the launch of a comprehensive cancer screening program(NCDs and sickle cell anemia) in Collaboration with Global Grace
Health (GGH) serving as the fiscal sponsor for this important initiative & also Collaboration with the SLS Trust and Sickle cell equipment supply company.

In the tribal areas of the state of Odisha from 20/02/2024 to 01/03/2024.This collaboration marks a significant milestone in our collective effort to reach the unreached and provide essential healthcare services to underserved communities.

Pahadpur village is a vibrant community having 11 villages around 5 kilometers with a population of 5,800. Our Organization is committed to promoting healthcare services in underserved areas and we strongly
believe that early detection and intervention play a crucial role in Combating Cancer.

Tribal and rural areas often face significant barriers to accessing adequate medical care, and this partnership aims to address this disparity by offering cancer screening and sickle cell anemia services to those who may not have had the opportunity before.

Early detection of cancer and sickle cell anemia is crucial for improving treatment outcomes and saving lives, and through this initiative, we hope to provide timely interventions for individuals in these marginalized communities.

The GCF is grateful for the opportunity to work alongside SLS Trust and Sickle cell equipment supply company and healthcare professionals in the government who have supported and facilitated this initiative.

Together, we aim to make a meaningful impact in the fight against cancer and sickle cell anemia by ensuring that no one is left behind, regardless of their geographical location or socioeconomic status. This collaboration underscores our commitment to promoting health equity and making a difference in the lives of those who need it most.

We are confident that this joint effort will contribute to raising awareness about cancer, empowering individuals to prioritize their health, and ultimately improving health outcomes in the tribal areas of Odisha.

We extend our sincere thanks to all partners involved and look forward to the positive impact that this initiative will have on the communities we serve.