Organisers of Women in Worship concert, Genet Services, donated surgical equipments, BP monitors, wheelchairs, hospital screens, kettles and toiletries to the Cervical Cancer Unit of Korle Bu Teaching Hospital.

The gift was procured with funds raised from the 2019 edition of Women in Worship. Genet Services also donated cash to pay off hospital bills of women patients living with cervical cancer at the Chenard Unit.

Genet Services is using its ‘Akatasia Campaign’ to tackle the menace of cervical cancer, which has been identified as the number two killer of women in Ghana over the past year. As part of the campaign, the 2019 Women in Worship concert was preceded with a walk against cervical cancer and a free examination/screening event at the Dome of Action Chapel on Spintex Road.

CEO of Genet Services Mrs Georgina Nettey said her team was motivated about the initiative because they have lost loved ones to the disease. Mrs. Nettey described the disease as a silent killer that had to be dealt with. The campaign seeks to reach thousands is senior high schools and tertiary institutions and colleges to promote education and awareness of the disease.

Credits: – Delali Sika |