Globe-athon 2015 is here!
On Sept. 7th Globe-athon is presenting a Float for the WIADCA Labor Day Parade on Eastern Parkway in Brooklyn, NY. The float will be accompanied by the Queen of Soca, Alison Hinds, and rapper Sean Paul. Register here to join us and select your T-shirt size for your parade costume. Tell your friends, co-workers and family and have each person register and select his/her t-shirt size. Further information about the Mas Float is forthcoming. For now, email us at [email protected] if you have questions. If you are interested in helping to organize this event or want to have Globe-athon provide a workshop on "Women's Cancers Below the Belt" to your organization, church or business email us at [email protected]
You will be able to see the entire parade, including the Globe-athon float, on Live Stream, courtesy of Irie Jam Radio.
World leaders, Health ministries, and Policymakers
Sign Up To Save Women's lives and Bring Down Rates of Gynecologic Cancers.
On June 18, the Globe-athon held a special symposium at the United Nations, sponsored by the Permanent Mission of Grenada. Called "A Call to Action — Eradication of Cervix Cancer — Embracing United Nations Sustainable Development Goal #3," the symposium featured leaders in medicine, science, advocacy, community and policy.
Watch selected lectures from this groundbreaking symposium.
You can watch No Evidence of Disease right now through Vimeo On Demand.
Learn about below the belt cancers such as uterine cancer, cervical cancer, and ovarian cancer.
Use your social networks and real-life interactions to spread awareness about the worldwide impact of below the belt cancers.