Our Mission

Sebeccly is committed to helping breast cancer patients fulfill their survivorship potential through education, research, advocacy, treatment support, and delivery of high-quality care. We are committed to reducing the cancer burden in Nigeria.

Our Impact

 Sebeccly is an award-winning cancer not-for-profit organization committed to improving the survival rates of cancer patients in Nigeria recognized our impact on the cancer ecosystem.  We are a launchpad for innovative projects that have reached and impacted over 20,000,000 people. Since 2006, we have created awareness through projects with over 10,000,000 million reaches. We have supported thousands of women and their families who have been affected by cancer and prevented thousands of cases from becoming cancer through our screening and treatment services.

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We are Sebeccly Cancer Care

Sebeccly Cancer Care (Sebeccly) is a not-for-profit cancer care and advocacy organization dedicated to the critical issues unique to women living with breast cancer care. Our mandate is geared towards the provision of cancer information services and supportive services to those affected by cancer, with the vision to reduce the cancer burden in Nigeria by advocating for improved conditions of care in our health institutions.

Sebeccly was founded in 2006 by Dr Omolola Salako out of a need to improve cancer services. These services range from prevention to early diagnosis, effective treatment, rehabilitation and supportive care. Sebeccly works with newly diagnosed patients, survivors, care givers; patient advocates, journalists and health care professionals.

We are passionate about cancer advocacy: by providing a platform for those affected by cancer to voice their opinions, share their stories, engage with cancer stakeholders and be influential in policy making.

SEBECCLY IN NUMBERS

SEBECCLY CANCER CARE (SEBECCLY) IS A NOT-FOR-PROFIT CANCER CARE AND ADVOCACY ORGANIZATION DEDICATED TO THE CRITICAL ISSUES UNIQUE TO WOMEN LIVING WITH BREAST CANCER CARE.
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