top of page
Huddle Logo.jpg

Campaigning For Cancer and Rare Diseases South Africa are pleased to bring you the upcoming Patient Huddle: Capacity Building Exchange Series. 

This series of capacity building engagements seeks to bring together regional and local patient advocacy leaders and nascent patient groups, Patient User Network members and advocates for a program that will allow them to build their understanding and knowledge of the Non-profit organisation framework, share best practices, exchange ideas and get to grips with the potential role they can play as patient advocates. 

The series provides invaluable opportunities to advance partnerships with more established groups and advocate from different disease areas. The programs of the series will include knowledge sharing sessions focused on developing knowledge and skills within nascent patient groups, thought-provoking panel discussions with KOLs, as well as curriculum geared toward advocacy training, and including a format of Roundtable/Workshop discussions with all key stakeholders including local and international speakers. 

The Huddle Exchange Series

  • Tue, 28 May
    Zoom
    28 May 2024, 19:00 – 20:00
    Zoom
    Interstitial lung disease (ILD) serves as an overarching term encompassing a diverse array of conditions characterized by the scarring, or fibrosis, of lung tissue. Among these conditions lies pulmonary fibrosis, a specific affliction where the lungs progressively develop scar tissue over time.
  • Tue, 04 Jun
    Zoom Webinar
    04 Jun 2024, 11:00 – 12:00
    Zoom Webinar
    Join us this June for an intriguing webinar featuring Professor Rahman and Mrs Meldau as they delve into the depths of primary mitochondrial disease. Gain unique insights from their expertise as they unravel the complexities of this condition.
  • Wed, 21 Aug
    Zoom
    21 Aug 2024, 19:00 – 20:00
    Zoom
    Join our webinar to unravel the complexities of your medical aid! Learn strategies to prevent flare-ups and maximize your benefits with expert guidance. Don’t let confusion compromise your care—master your medical aid and stay healthy! Secure Your Spot Now! Transform how you handle your health cove
  • Tue, 24 Sept
    Walter Sisulu National Botanical Garden
    24 Sept 2024, 18:00 – 20:00
    Walter Sisulu National Botanical Garden, Malcolm Rd, Poortview, Roodepoort, 1724, South Africa
    Denim Walk – a fun-for-all, evening walk through the beautiful Walter Sisulu National Botanical Gardens. Come and #ShareYourColour with our RARE community, your friends and your family. And please, be sure to wear jeans and an old white shirt as we have some colourful play planned.
  • Date and time is TBD
    Awareness Days
    Date and time is TBD
    Awareness Days
    Williams Syndrome Awareness Month is observed annually in May to raise awareness about Williams syndrome, a rare genetic condition characterised by developmental delays, unique facial features, and cardiovascular issues.
bottom of page