Cervical cancer prevention saves lives in Bangladesh

In the new edition of the Wilde Ganzen Magazine there is a nice article about the work of the Female Cancer Foundation. Together with Wilde Ganzen we are fighting for a world without cervical cancer, we are very happy with this cooperation. Together we can save lives in Bangladesh. How? You can read that below.

In rural Bangladesh, people have hardly any access to medical care. As a result, more than half of the approximately 12,000 women who contract cervical cancer die. Unnecessary, because if diagnosed in time, the majority can be cured. That is why the local Land Development Project Bangladesh (SLOPB) foundation and the Dutch organisation Female Cancer Foundation (FCF) are fighting this disease together.

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Concert for Bangladesh - visit to Bangladesh April 2014

On August 1, 1971, a major concert for aid to Bangladesh was organized by George Harrison and Ravi Shankar at Madison Square Garden in New York. Well-known artists selflessly contributed to do something for the country that suffered so much from the effects of Cyclone Bhola (1970) and the struggle for independence. (The independent state of Bangladesh became a reality in March 1971). As a student, Prof. Dr. Lex Peters, founder of the Female Cancer Foundation, was impressed by one of the first concerts organized to assist people who had lost almost everything. Awareness and solidarity, which does not stop at the door of your house or the borders of your country.

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