Today, the International Community School Ghana in partnership with Lifeline for Childhood Cancer Ghana embarked on a health walk to raise awareness and funds for children undergoing treatment at the Korle-Bu Oncology Department.

The day started with a 30-minutes aerobics session for students, parents and staff at the forecourt of the ICS Accra Campus. Following this, we began the walk from the School premises to the University of Professional Studies (UPSA) and back to the School premises.

During the walk, our students solicited for funds from the public and also educated them through strategically placed signages, spirited chants, and engaging conversations about the need to support children living with cancer.

We believe this walk not only drew the attention of the public to the many children living with cancer in Ghana, but also garnered support to help with the care for our young warriors.

The walk is an initiative of our Health and Safety Prefect, Liana, and the Executive Secretary of Lifeline For Childhood Cancer Ghana, Akua Sarpong, both of whom lost their loved ones to Childhood Cancer. Thus, the idea was to honor the memory of all the young warriors who lost the battle with cancer and also raise awareness of childhood cancer.

As part of our mission to support children living with cancer, we will be open to accepting donations until the end of October from individuals interested in helping us raise funds to save the lives of these children. If you are interested in helping this charitable course, Kindly reach out to for further details. Together we can provide these little ones with a better chance at survival.