Stimulating Actions against Cancer

Project PINK BLUE is on a journey to change the way Africans think about cancer.

We are Project PINK BLUE- Health & Psychological Trust Centre (CAC/IT/NO 73960) is a cancer organization engaged in cancer awareness, free cancer screenings, support to people battling with cancer, patient navigation, advocacy, fundraising for cancer patients, cancer research and psychological support.

We passionately reach the hard-to-reach communities, touch the rural areas, slide the hinterlands and connect the urban with cancer patients; while revolutionizing Nigeria’s health sector.

We are driven by reason and logic, not just passion and emotion to reduce the incidence of cancer and phase-out advanced/late detection of cancer in Nigeria.

| CANCER AWARENESS | FREE CANCER SCREENINGS | SUPPORT TO PEOPLE BATTLING WITH CANCER | PATIENT NAVIGATION | ADVOCACY | FUNDRAISING FOR CANCER PATIENTS | CANCER RESEARCH | PSYCHOLOGICAL SUPPORT |

Nigeria has been rated the 1st nation in Africa and 5th in the world with highest cervical cancer deaths with over 26 women dying daily. Breast cancer incidence is higher with 90 new cases per 100 000 women annually in some western countries, compared with 30 per 100 000 in some African countries. In contrast, breast cancer deaths are almost identical, at about 15 per 100 000, which clearly points that late diagnosis and much poorer survival in Africa.* At Project PINK BLUE, we aim to change that statistic.

Our Projects

Insight on some of our projects

World Cancer Day - Feb 4th
Stand With Cancer Champions
Pink October

We are set out to change the way Africans think about cancer

We cannot Pay our Volunteers, they are PRICELESS!

OUR VOLUNTEERS

At Project PINK BLUE, we do now pay our volunteers, not because they are worthless, but because they are immeasurable, invaluable, priceless and above all highly significant in the fight against cancer.

Our Celebrities

Great People Making a Difference Through the Platforms

Our Team

Working to save the World

Runcie C.W. Chidebe

Executive Director

Runcie C.W. Chidebe

Executive Director

At Project PINK BLUE, Runcie C.W. Chidebe is responsible...

Iroakazi Precious Ugoeze

Volunteer & Community Management Officer

Iroakazi Precious Ugoeze

Volunteer & Community Management Officer

Iroakazi Precious is a young Nigerian with a myriad...

Joseph Osuigwe

Programme Coordinator

Joseph Osuigwe

Programme Coordinator

Joseph Osuigwe Chidiebere is a promoter of cancer free society, an anti-human trafficking advocate and holds a Bachelor of Education.  He is an author and researcher.

Sarah Anlade Dantsoho

Finance & Admin/Patient Navigator

Sarah Anlade Dantsoho

Finance & Admin/Patient Navigator

Peace Emezue

Fundraising & Patient’s Care Officer

Peace Emezue

Fundraising & Patient’s Care Officer

Nkechi Okoro

Monitoring & Evaluation/Grant Officer

Nkechi Okoro

Monitoring & Evaluation/Grant Officer

Nkechi Okoro is one of our technical team members....

Emeka Nwagboso

Programme & Communication Officer/Patient Navigator

Emeka Nwagboso

Programme & Communication Officer/Patient Navigator

Dr. Ogunlade Olawale

Outreach & Operations Officer

Dr. Ogunlade Olawale

Outreach & Operations Officer

Our Proud Partners

Latest News

Everything changes

#SaveOyayi Financial Report

Project PINK BLUE – Health & Psychological Trust Centre is delighted to present to you the FINANCIAL REPORT from the #saveoyayi Fundraising Campaign which we kicked off on World Cancer Day 4th February, 2016. You skipped your meal, hair-do, nail polish and took percentage of your salary; some of you used your data, some campaigned physically and otherwise, all to […]

Prof. P.O. Ebigbo, Our Board Chair, Emerges the First Black African to be Elected into the International Council for Rehabilitation Of Torture Victims (ICRT)

Prof. Peter Onyekwere Ebigbo, Professor Emeritus of the prestigious University of Nigeria, Nsukka (UNN), and Board Chairman, Project PINK BLUE – Health & Psychological Trust Centre, has been elected to serve on the International Council for Rehabilitation of Torture Victims in Copenhagen, Denmark. Prof. Ebigbo, who is the first black African to be elected as […]

Public Launch of Nigeria’s first Patient Navigation and Telephone Centre 08000CANCER

Abuja, Nigeria – December 2, 2016 – Project PINK BLUE – Health & Psychological Trust Centre, a community-based cancer non-governmental organization in collaboration with Federal Ministry of Health (FMoH), Union for International Cancer Control (UICC), Pfizer, U.S. Embassy in Nigeria and National Hospital Abuja hosted a week-long training on Breast Cancer Navigation and Palliative Programme […]

Our Impact in Numbers

5322

No of Awareness Campaigns

6777

No of Screenings

2243

No Oncology Training

21109

No of Patients Supported

9876

No of Cancer Awareness Materials Translated

3421

No of Research Supported

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