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Charismatic Baptist Church, Taifa Celebrates Mothers with Cervical Cancer Screening & Food Bazaar

Charismatic Baptist Church, Taifa, a member of the Ghana Baptist Convention, turned 30 this year on April 17th, 2018, and as part of it's year long celebration, seeks to celebrate mothers and women of all ages the coming Mothers' Day weekend. The event will be held on Saturday May 12th 2018, from 8am - 2pm.



Activities planned include a Food Bazaar & Cooking competition between churches within their local association sponsored by Onga Ghana Limited. Contestants will be judged based on the quality of dishes prepared as well as presentation of the meals. Along side, attendees will be able to make purchases of meals and souvenirs from vendors at the grounds.

In addition, a Cervical Cancer Screening will also be held for women who will be in attendance to the event. This is in collaboration with Lexta Ghana Ltd, the producers of various Yazz products, and the Ghana Medical Women Association. Ghana loses over 1,500 women annually to cervical cancer and over 3,000 women are diagnosed of the cancer at its complicated stage making it impossible to cure.


The illness which exposes women to abnormal bleeding, offensive smell among other symptoms has received very little attention and education. Lexta Ghana Ltd. and the Ghana Medical Women's Association seek to correct this trend and are partnering with the church spread the message and help women get tested and hopefully detect problems early on.

The event promises to be an exciting one and is open to the general public. More details are available on their Facebook page at http://www.facebook.com/cbctaifa.

 


By: CBCTaifa/Vision1gh.com

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