30 October 2019

Woman with Breast Cancer receives free treatment

Yapo N'Cho Beatrice is 21 years old. This young girl, full of life, has been suffering for a few months from right breast cancer diagnosed during a screening campaign organized by the NGO Echo Médias in Abobo.

This damaging disease requires costly treatment that her parents were unable to cope with. In the face of this tragedy, Miss Yapo N'Cho Beatrice has asked Mrs. Dominique Ouattara, President of the Children Of Africa Foundation for help. The President of the Children Of Africa Foundation therefore gave instructions to her collaborators to provide financial support to Yapo N'Cho Beatrice as soon as possible. On Wednesday, October 30, 2019, the foundation top management received Yapo N'Cho Beatrice, together with members of her family and Mrs. Guigui Leah, President of the Echo Media, at the foundation’s main office in Cocody.

Dr Son Jérôme, head of the health department at the Children Of Africa Founation, representing Mrs Dominique Ouattara handed over one million CFA  to Miss Yapo N'Cho Beatrice.  But before that, he explained that following the call of the patient,  the President of Children Of Africa gave instructions so that she could be helped. "Mrs. Dominique Ouattara, President of the Foundation Children Of Africa learned through social media that Miss Yapo Cho Beatrice, a 21 year old girl, had breast cancer. She decided to meet the family and provide her assistance for the girl to receive adequate treatment.  She therefore decided to donate one million CFA ." he explained.

Mrs. Guigui Léah, President of the Echo Media took the opportunity to thank Mrs. Dominique Ouattara and her organization for the help she provided to Miss Cho Beatrice.

Mrs. N'Cho Marie-Gisèle, auntie of  N'Cho Béatrice, for her part, thanked Mrs. Dominique Ouattara for her help.

Résumé de l’action


Office of Children Of Africa

Champ d'action

Provide support to poor people

Type de projet

patient with breast cancer receives free treatment


Wednesday 30 October 2019
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