The New Covenant Church (NCC), Ijokodo, Ibadan nestles on an expanse of greenery uncommon for a place of worship in the ancient city. There, on Saturday, 30th September 2017, the Richard Coker Foundation conducted an awareness seminar on Sickle Cell Disorder (SCD). It had rained for several days consecutively and
The very enlightening seminar was held at MRC Hall, Lagos State University Teaching Hospital, Ikeja - Lagos. In attendance was the Hon. Commissioner for Women Affairs ( Lagos. State) as well as the Special Guest of Honour, the First Lady of Lagos State who was represented by Mrs F. Onanuga.
It was the monthly meeting of the Sickle Cell Club, Ikorodu, Lagos State, Nigeria. The previous day, June 19, was World Sickle Cell Day, appointed by the United Nations and the World Health Organization. In Nigeria, as in most parts of the world, the 2017 Sickle Cell Day celebrations was
By : IJEOMA OKOLI (emc3) Summary of RCF’s visit to Agidimgbi Grammar School with the Genotype Foundation on Tuesday, 6th October 2015 SUMMARY OF VISIT TO AGIDIMGBI GRAMMAR SCHOOL The Richard Coker Foundation, as a continuation of The Genotype Group’s September event sponsorship visited Agidimgbi Grammer School in Ikeja to
The Genotype Foundation founded by Madame Doris Gbeminoye Ofuyaekpone was established in 1996. The Foundation is concerned with - Taking care of people with the Sickle Cell Disorder disease Creating awareness about the Prevention and Control of Sickle Cell Disorder Blood group Rhesus factor awareness Malaria control in Sickle Cell
Richard Coker-Enahoro: “Life, death & the legacy of a filmmaker with sickle cell anaemia” PLEASE VIEW A FILM ABOUT OUR LATEST PROJECT Richard Coker-Enahoro was born in Lagos to media royalty and legendary TV personalities Miss Julie Coker and Michael Enahoro, on 17th May 1972, who at the time were