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Programme Partners

AfrOx believes that by forging alliances of individuals, NGOs and governments to share expertise, technology, training and a degree of philanthropic support, much could be done to help reduce global disparities in cancer care.

AfrOx has collaborated on programmes with the follow organizations:


  • Cancer Society of Ghana

    AfrOx has collaborated with the Cancer Society of Ghana on a range of programmes including running training workshops, cancer awareness and cancer screening events, and a Christmas Gift appeal for children with cancer.


  • Cardiff University

    AfrOx, in partnership with Cardiff University, held an international meeting at St. Catherine’s College, Oxford in March 2009 to set down a strategy for preventing cervical cancer in Africa and issue an international call for action in combating the disease.


  • ecancer

    In November 2009, ecancer, in partnership with AfrOx, filmed at the largest oncology meeting for Africa, AORTIC 2009 in Dar-es-Salaam, Tanzania.


  • International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA)

    The African Cancer Reform Convention was a meeting organized by AfrOx, with the assistance of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), to discuss cancer control in Africa. It was held in London in May 2007.