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Sickle Cell Ailment | How To Help

Raising Hope, Saving Lives

Supporting Sickle Cell warriors and their families through education and special interventions.


Sickle cell disease is mostly prevalent amongst people of African, Caribbean, Middle Eastern, Eastern Mediterranean and Asian origin.


Psychological interventions are indicated to complement medical treatment for effective management.


Reach out to us to learn more about Sickle Cell Disease if it is affecting you, a friend, or family member.

What is Sickle Cell Disease?

People with sickle cell disease have to cope with a chronic condition, which affects their quality of life.

About Us

Augusta Elizabeth Koroma is a Public Health Consultant, Conference
Speaker and the CEO of Africa Sickle Cell Centre for Education and
Research (ASCC4ER) and Sickle Cell Intervention (UK).

Augusta Koroma, CEO, Sickle Cell Intervention
Sickle Cell Disease Management

The History of Sickle Cell Disease

Sickle cell anaemia is a serious ailment that is inherited by child from either or both the parents.


Sickle Cell Ailment: My Cry, My Story by Augusta Koroma
Practical Guideline On Public Health Intervention in Africa by Augusta Elizabeth Koroma


Reach out if you would like to learn more and join the fight against Sickle Cell Disease.