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To Win The Fight We Must Support Patients

As the burden of Cancer rises in Kenya, more and more families are getting affected. Each and every person, in one way or the other, is now affected by Cancer. It is not uncommon to fundraise money for overseas treatment, visit a patient in hospital or sadly bury a loved one robbed by the…


Educating Everyone Everywhere

For someone who has never been confined or whose movement has never been limited? They may take freedom for granted. But for the inmates at Lang’ata Women Prison, they know too well what freedom means. Prison may deny one access to so many privileges but one such privilege that they should never miss is…


KENCANSA Calls on Striking Nurses and Other Stakeholders to Solve Crisis

Nairobi, KE – STATEMENT from the Executive Director Deborah Olwal – Modi. Alive to the ongoing Nurses Strike in the country, aware of the critical and very significant role that nurses play in the healthcare systems, concerned about the dialogue and negotiations of the nurses, national government and the council of governors, saddened by…


KENCASA Partnership with Kenyatta National Hospital Aims to Reduce Cancer Burden in Kenya

Nairobi, KE – The Kenya Cancer Association on Wednesday July 20, 2016 launched a Patients Feeding Program for cancer out-patients receiving treatment at the Kenyatta National Hospital (KNH) Cancer Center Oncology Ward GFC. The feeding program which targets more than 500 patients every month was launched by KENCASA’s Board chairperson Mrs. Ann Korir.

Speaking at…


Journey towards a Kenya without Cancer

Amidst the emergence of many cancer organizations, the Kenya Cancer Association (KENCASA) has remained true in fulfilling its purpose effectively in the areas of education, care giving, service delivery, research and advocacy.

As the leading cancer organization in Kenya, KENCASA has been doing the life-saving work for over 20 years and continues to raise standards…