Action Against Cancer in the region of Ogooué Maritime!

Breast and cervical cancer early detection starts with simple and elementary care provided by the nurse, the midwife or the gynaecologist: How to properly wear gloves How to prepare the space for a gynaecological examination How to place the speculum 26 care providers in the province…

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The Safety First caravan goes to Owendo

The Safety First caravan has made a stop in Owendo! Check the photo gallery showing the youth awareness caravan stopping in “CAPO”, the emblematic school of Owendo. Thanks to all in Ngo for rallying to meet us.​​See the pictures​

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World Malaria Day

Malaria constitutes the first cause of death in Africa; in Gabon in particular, it is the first cause absenteeism from school and the workplace. The elderly, pregnant women and children under the age of 5 are its first victims. This is the reason…

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Safety First photography competition

Participate in the #SafetyFirst competition and win great prizes by sharing with us your best photographs on the theme of HIV/AIDS and youth pregnancy.Let your imagination speak for itself!To enter, simply upload your photograph and invite your friends to “like” it. The winner will be…

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National Gabonese Women’s Day

On this day, the Foundation pays tribute to the women of our country who support us through each and every stage of our lives; the women, who despite hardship, discriminations of all kinds, judgement and violence, remain standing against all odds.This year we are mobilising…

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Safety First Campaign: 3rd Camp Review

Congratulations and thanks to you all! Last week you responded massively to our call! 1,248 of you came out and met with our volunteers. We are counting on you to be a relay within your community for this awareness campaign.

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Solidarity with Prisoners

On Monday and Tuesday we were at the Central Prison of Libreville where we handed out food and hygiene kits to minors in custody because we consider that our role as citizens is to appease suffering, preserve the humanity and dignity of all…

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​National Women’s Day

In 2012, 56 % of women in Gabon declared having been the victims of acts of violence during their lives, 1 woman out of 5 having suffered sexual violence before she turned 14.It is our joint responsibility to combat these forms of violence.  To…

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