In recognition of the need for a more coordinated and multisectoral response to the growing cancer burden in kenya, the national assembly enacted the cancer prevention and control act (no. 15 of 2012) which established the National Cancer Institute of Kenya (NCI Kenya) as a state corporation. The overall mandate of the nci kenya is to coordinate all activities, resources and information related to cancer prevention and control in Kenya. NCI-kenya recognizes that prioritizing and implementing cancer related interventions requires effective engagement and collaboration among all relevant stakeholders. Therefore, a stakeholder’s convention focused on cancer will take place from 2nd to 4th February 2023, culminating with the commemoration of world cancer day. This convention christened "The National Cancer Summit" is envisioned to bring together all stakeholders to discourse on identified areas of interest and to drive collective & impactful actions. Register for the summit

National Cancer Summit

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The Role of the Private Sector in Advancing Men’s Health in Africa

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The 7th Kenya International Cancer Conference

Please submit your abstracts via www.kesho-kenya.org, Deadline for submissions is the 30th July 2022

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Kilele Health Symposium

Venue: 2nd Annual Virtual

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Public Hearing on Improving Cancer Management In Kenya

Venue: Koblenz Hall, Moi Avenue Off Agakhan walk, Mombasa County

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Public Hearing on Improving Cancer Management In Kenya

Venue: Zoom

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Launch of the National Cancer Registry of Kenya System

Venue: Zoom

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World Cancer Day Virtual Launch

Zoom Meeting Link

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National Cancer Institute of Kenya Sensitization workshop

National Cancer Institute of Kenya Sensitization workshop on The Cancer Prevention and Control Act 2012, The Kenya Cancer Policy 2019-2030, The National Cancer Registry and The Guidelines for Establishment of Cancer Management Centers to the County Health Management Teams of Bomet county, Kisii County, Kisumu County and Kakamega County

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STAND UP AGAINST CHILDHOOD CANCER

The second part we will discuss: Optimizing organizational collaborations and linkages in improving childhood cancer care by Jonathan Agin (Executive Director Max Cure Foundation, USA)

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As the country’s lead institution for cancer prevention and control, NCI-Kenya advises the Cabinet Secretary for Health, on policy matters relating to the prevention, treatment and control of cancer. This is through a systematic analysis of all cancer prevention and control activities undertaken by various stakeholders to determine the gaps and make recommendations on the investment priorities for the country.

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