SAHF

/South African Haemophilia Foundation

About South African Haemophilia Foundation

In June 1970, a national congress was held in East London and the South African Haemophilia Foundation came into being and shortly thereafter was admitted to the membership of the World Federation of Haemophilia. The foundation is comprised of seven voluntary committees for the Western Cape, Eastern Cape, KwaZulu Natal, Free State, North and Central Regions.

MEDIA RELEASE: Stop the Bleeding awareness campaign

By | August 21st, 2014|Categories: Haemophilia Awareness Campaign|

Namibian Volunteers & South African Haemophilia Foundation (SAHF) A man and a bicycle to raise awareness for Haemophilia (Windhoek to Cape Town) "No person born with a bleeding disorder should have to live with pain, disability, or the prospect of early death as excellent treatment is available. However it still occurs because of lack of knowledge [...]

Cyclist Eugene Brookes is promoting greater awareness about Haemophilia

By | August 15th, 2014|Categories: Haemophilia Awareness Campaign|

Eugene recalls his first cycling adventures ‘borrowing’ his uncles’ bicycles and being so tiny he had to cycle under the bars. Eventually one uncle realized his passion for cycling and bought him a second hand bicycle. This was the start of his life-long bond with cycling. After having completed several Argus Cycle and Double Century races, [...]