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Walk for a Cause

The Students' Patient Welfare Society heralds Hepatitis is preventable, curable and treatable. KNOW IT, CONFRONT IT.










HEPATITIS Campaign Context:










SPWS, in context of the Hepatitis Campaign, had already arranged a Beat hepatitis C Treat Hepatitis C Seminar,









followed by a week long of awareness campaign in Mayo hospital.








The Poster Competition










And Visit to the barbers and beauticians, educating them about hepatitis C















Now, on the World Hepatitis Day, SPWS aims at spreading this awareness through the Hepatitis Awareness Walk.











Program:


Date: 28th July, 2011





Time: 10 am


Route: The walk shall start from Patiala block. The progression shall march through the streets of Anarkali reaching GPO and then back to KEMU.





Media coverage shall be arranged and pamphlets will be provided.











Hepatitis C is one of the leading causes of mortality and morbidity in Pakistan. It can be easily prevented by taking simple precautionary measures. Help SPWS spread awareness to the general population. Join us for the walk.

Certificates and Refreshments for all the participants.











For further information contact the Project Directors:


Umair Ahmad (03345678912),


Omar Farooq (03334306489)




Save a life, Save Humanity!

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