Through awareness and empowerment of underprivileged women in the society we realized that most women were suffering of breast and cervical cancer but didn't have knowledge/skills for prevention and management. being concern of
the empowerment we had to prioritize our major activities so that these women would have full information on breast and cervical cancer.
On Saturday 4 February 2012, 9am - 12pm, a public cancer awareness event supported by the Ministry of Health will take place in Nairobi at Kangemi Health Centre.
The event will focus on passing information on cancer prevention and early detection to the public. Special guest speakers will attend from the Ministry of Health and the World Health Organisation.
Free printed educational materials will be available to all attendees.
A live musical performance will take place with performances by Sarah Mitau and Anton Neo Soul.
Kenya Hospices and Palliative Care Association and Kenya Cancer Association film screening of 'Life Before Death'
World Cancer Day 2012 will take place on Saturday 4 February 2012, and to mark the occasion the Kenya Hospices and Palliative Care Association and the Kenya Cancer Association will join forces to host the Kenyan film premiere of Life Before Death at Braeburn School in Nairobi at 2.30pm.
We have established a comprehensive cancer program which has a strong focus on cancer education, awareness and early detection. For the last 4 years we have been conducting year long monthly campaigns dubbed "don't wait for October. We have a very robust survivors group which is part of our psychosocial patient system.