Haemophilia Awareness Campaign
Social Responsibility Making a Difference
First EVER in Namibia
Up early and off to the hospital to meet the folks of Erongomed and other medical personnel it was apparent that the morning was off to a slow start as all complained of the hour and the fact
that it was so cold.
Anyway, it soon warmed up into a beautiful African morning and I watched keenly to see it all come together what with red balloons, banners, marketing gazebos, chairs etc. The only thing missing was a popcorn machine and the sounds of Judy Boucher! The speakers
were Marelize Robberts (Miss Namibia-2008), Pastor Robert Smith, Me (haemophilia patient), Dr. Regina Redecker (volunteer GP), Sr. Cruickshank (SAHaemophilia Foundation), and Dr. Shalongo (Superintendent Windhoek Central Hospital). Wow, Jolandie (Erongomed) went to great lengths to ensure that it all worked smoothly.
After all the important people had made their speech, which was quite touching, Eugene was let loose to do what he does best with red balloons and fanfare under police escort nogal. Yippee, we
are on our way and I double back to "Urbancamp" to pack up the caravan and zip through to find
Eugene along the B1.
To follow the journey of Eugene, log on to http://www.cycling4haemophilia.blogspot.com/ and see
how he spreads the word of Haemophilia Awareness in Namibia and beyond!
Special thanks to Jolandie, your dedication and commitment is recognized and much appreciated! For each and everyone that helped Jolandie, thank you for the your support!!Go Team ErongoMed!!
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