YP-CDN had a large delegation at the World Cancer Congress this year in Paris, France, on Oct. 31-Nov. 3.
Representatives from Kenya, Rwanda, India, Mexico, the US, and Canada were in attendance. With our team members located in so many countries, this was one of the few times a year that we were able to get this group together in one place...
Dr. Fidele Rubagumya, founder and chair of the Rwanda Children's Cancer Relief, shares lessons he learned from the NextGen Leaders for NCDs East Africa workshop, hosted by the YP-CDN Rwanda Chapter.
With more and regular NextGen Leaders’ workshops and collective planning, there is no doubt that the broad diversity of patient and advocate voices for NCDs will become louder and that our actions, collectively across borders, will be felt for many more generations to come.
Read the full article on The New Times below:
YP-CDN just launched a campaign in Uganda, and we need your help!
As an American Cancer Society Global Scholar and having attended the Advocacy and action training in Boston last year, I learnt that financial and geographical factors are major barriers to accessing comprehensive cancer care especially in low- and middle-income countries. Issues pertaining to cancer and cancer advocacy are the same worldwide. The only difference is that some countries are better equipped to tackle cancer than others.Read more