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Join us in our journey to support sickle warriors in
under-served African communities

Be part of individuals making a huge impact in the world

Fit to Achieve Sickle Cell Foundation

Fit To Achieve (F2A) Sickle Cell Foundation was set up to support people living with sickle cell disorder in West Africa communities. 

The name of the foundation was honed from the belief that anyone born with sickle cell, with the right level of care and support can live relatively well to ACHIEVE their life goals and ambitions.

Please join us in our journey to support sickle warriors in under-served communities


If you wish to support people living with this debilitating genetic disease in any way, shape or form, please contact us.


You will be part of individuals making a huge impact in the world. Thank you!


Neil Suttie



Dr Asuquo Okpo



June Okochi


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Ijeoma Okochi-Agwu 


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Mark Ryan


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Daniel Egurube


Daniel Egurube was born in Dublin, Ireland and grew up in Europe, Africa and Asia.  Daniel holds a Bachelor of Science in Economics and a Masters of Sciences in International Business. He currently works in Technology with a Global Financial Exchange in the City of London. Daniel speaks French and is an avid  learner. His passions and interests are in philosophy, psychology and religion.  Daniel is also an author and has four self- published books.

In his down time, he enjoys socialising and working out.        

Daniel is a philanthropist with a true heart for people.  He loves engaging in health and education projects that focus on improving the lives of disadvantaged children. Daniel has been a philanthropist for over 15 years in different capacities and across different countries with notable impacts.

Daniel is immensely thrilled and proud to become a patron for Fit to Achieve Sickle Cell Foundation.  He is keen to contribute his time, energy, attention and resources to help the Foundation serve people who need support living with sickle cell.

Daniel believes we are all alive to become vessels for positive change in our communities and the world.

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