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