In support of the 50 Million Steps for Epilepsy campaign, Chantal Kanyabutembo, co-founder and CEO of GECO Rwanda, is organising three awareness-raising activities. GECO will promote a new youth network advocate team through a national sport relief marathon on 10/01/2021 - promoting
A youth by the name of Genevieve Christine Mwangula will lead in a walk from Chilanga Cement PLC to Longridge School in Chilanga with children and youths [total participants twenty (20) plus EAZ officials (10)], followed by fun activities to attract the
A walk will be held around Maseru town, handing out flyers and posters to the public. It will conclude with an awareness session by a professional and a talk by people living with epilepsy explaining their experiences and challenges.
To support the 50 Million Steps for Epilepsy, Purple Day® Every Day will be adding a step challenge to our existing program, #LaceUpForEpilepsy to help the IBE reach 50 million steps for epilepsy and raise awareness and funding, one step at a
"I will be climbing Mt. Kilimanjaro, the tallest Mountain in Africa in bid to raise awareness about Epilepsy. The activity is now on going and we are on day 3 of climbing. We are counting our steps for the 7 days until
January 13, 11.00am Camminata di delegazione di Soci AICE dalla Stazione Termini al Parlamento per sostenere la campagna 50milioni di passi per l'epilessia con richiesta d'approvazione del Disegno di Legge 716 e connessi per dare in Italia la prima Legge per la
The 50 Million Steps for Epilepsy campaign provides an opportunity to fundraise for much needed resources for epilepsy patient groups and associations around the world. Individuals can raise money for their chosen association and organisations themselves can set up their own fundraising pages.