Shaping the next generation of haemophilia leaders (EP4)
Clerment Masoabi Sefojane is an active young adult, living with severe haemophilia A in Bloemfontein, South Africa.
He got involved with the South African Haemophilia Foundation (SAHF) at a very young age, at about 14 years old when he was invited to share is journey as a boy living with haemophilia at a National Youth Dialogue. He realised how important it is to have a platform to share knowledge and learn. He became actively involved activities organised by the patient organisation, to then be elected Chairperson of the SAHF Youth Council and until recently he was also the Treasurer of the Haemophilia Youth of Africa.
In this episode you will hear about the importance of giving an active role to young members of the organisation, empowering them to take on a leadership role in the future.