Network Directory

The Kenya Network of Cancer Organizations represents cancer NGOs active in cancer awareness and patient support in Kenya.  Please send membership enquiries to kenconetwork@gmail.com, info@kenconetwork.org.

Africa Cancer Foundation

Contact: Dorothy Nyong’o,Director, Head of PR/Advocacy, P.O. Box 1114-00621, Village Market, Nairobi, info@africacancerfoundation.orgafricf@gmail.com, 0725 337607; 020 8022711; 0788 263358, Facebook: Africa Cancer Foundation, Twitter: @africf.

Provides awareness programs, screening and educational materials about all cancers.  Provides cancer fact sheets and treatment information. Regions of Kenya served: nationwide.

Cancer Awareness Centre of Kenya

Contact: Boniface Mbuki, Director, 11480-00400 Nairobi, info@cackenya.org, bmbuki@gmail.com, 0719 227 960, 0700 299 380. Facebook: Cancer Awareness Centre of Kenya. Twitter: cackenya

Provides awareness programs, screening and education about all cancers. Publishes bulletins, newsletters and flyers.  Regions of Kenya served: Nationwide.

Childhood Cancer Initiative
Contact: Joseph Omach, Administrator, P.O. Box 8811 – 00300 Nairobi, omachjoseph@yahoo.com, childhoodcancerinitiative@yahoo.com, +254 (0) 735 944 238.

Provides childhood cancer patient-care support through events, psycho-social support, and training workshops for primary health-care workers. Regions of Kenya served: nationwide.

Early Cancer Care and Detection Centre

Contact: Maureen Momanyi, Founder, maureenmomanyi84@gmail.com, +254 (0) 721 683 470.  Provides support to cancer patients in Nairobi, Kisii and Kisumu, including psycho-social support and education about cancer.

Eddah’s Hope Cancer Foundation

Contact: Issaji Moussah, Founder, Board Chairman, 12891 -00100 GPO Nairobi, info@eddahs-hope.org, +254 704 448000; +254 732 440000; 020 800 0056, Facebook: Eddah’s Hope Cancer Foundation, Twitter: @eddahs_hope.

Provides awareness programs, screening and education about all cancers, targeting youth education (age 15-40). Regions of Kenya served: Eldoret, Kisumu, Mombasa, Nairobi, Nakuru.

Faraja Cancer Support Trust

Contact: Philip Odiyo, Patient Support Manager, P.O BOX 39173, info@farajacancersupport.org, 0721 872 909, Facebook: Faraja Cancer Support, Twitter: @FarajaTrust.

Provides complementary therapies, support groups and education on all cancers for cancer patients. Regions of Kenya served: Nairobi.

HENZO Kenya

Contact: Lucy Mwangi, Executive Secretary, P.O. BOX 2621 – 00202 NAIROBI, info@henzokenya.or.ke, 0738 893 420, Facebook: henzokenya, Twitter: henzokenya.

Provides support to patients with chronic myelogenous leukemia and gastrointestinal stoma tumor cancers (CML & GIST). Regions of Kenya served: nationwide.

Hope and Courage International

Contact: William Wanjohi, Secretary General, Box 61393-00200 Nairobi, info@hopeandcourageint.org, +254 714 897 228, Facebook: HopeCourageInternational.

Provides support and education for cancer patients and cancer survivors and their families. Regions of Kenya served: Kerugoya, Nairobi, Nyeri.

Hope Beyond Cancer Trust

Contact: Elizabeth Ragui, Managing Trustee, P.O. BOX 55075, 00200, NAIROBI, eliz_rag@yahoo.co.uk, 0722 707 628.

Provides awareness programs, screening and education about breast, cervical and prostate cancers. Provides literature on cancer treatment and survivorship in Kiswahili, Kikuyu, Dholuo, Kikamba, Luhya.  Regions of Kenya served: nationwide.

Hope for Cancer Kids

Contact: Wanja Mwangi, Project Coordinator, 19984 – 00202 KNH, Nairobi, info@hope4cancerkids.org, 0722 663 592.

Provides support to childhood cancer patients and their families. Regions of Kenya served: Eldoret, Kisii, Machakos, Muranga, Nairobi, Nyeri, Webuye.

Kenya Cancer Association

Contact: Ms. Ann Korir, Chair, 293 KNH NAIROBI, info@kenyacancer.org, Facebook: Kenya Cancer Association, Twitter: Kenya Cancer.

Provides awareness programs, screening, advocacy and education about all cancers. Provides cancer information brochures.  Regions of Kenya served: nationwide.

Kenya Hospices and Palliative Care Association

Contact: Dr. Zipporah Ali, Executive Director, P.O Box 20854, 00202, zippy@kehpca.org, +254 733 498 060, +254 722 584 234, Facebook: kehpca, zippyali, Twitter: kehpca, zippyali.

Promotes increased access to, training in, and awareness of palliative care for all Kenyans. Publishes newsletters and brochures.  Regions of Kenya served: nationwide.

Oasis of Life Organization

Contact: Carole Njagi, Founder/CEO, cwnjagih@gmail.com, Facebook: oasisoflifeorganization.

Partnership for the Eradication of Cancer in Africa

Contact: Rosa Ongeso, rosa.ongeso@gmail.com, 0706 512 684.

Prostate Cancer Support Association

Contact: Gacheche Waruingi, Chairman, gachechewaruingi@gmail.com.

Supports prostate cancer patients, survivors and their families. Regions of Kenya served: Nairobi.

Stoma World Kenya

Contact: Tarsem Singh Devgun, Chairman, P.O. Box 25136-00603, Tsdevgun@aol.co.uk, 0721 393 230.

Provides public awareness about colorectal cancers, and support to colorectal cancer patients, survivors and their families. Regions of Kenya served: Eldoret, Kisumu, Machakos, Nairobi, Nyeri.

Twakutukuza Trust

Contact: Doris Mayoli, CEO/Founding Trustee, P O Box 50251-00100, Nairobi, info@twatrust.org, 0714 780 540; 0737 780 540, Facebook: Twakutukuza Trust, Twitter: @TwaTrust.

Provides support to cancer patients, survivors and their families. Provides publication about the founder’s personal battle with cancer. Regions of Kenya covered: nationwide.

Women for Cancer Early Detection & Treatment

Contact: Benda N. Kithaka, Board Chair, P.O. Box 13263 – 00100, Nairobi – Kenya, benda@women4cancer.org, 0724 635 680, Facebook: Women4Cancer, Twitter: Women4Cancer.

Provides awareness programs, screening and education about breast cancer (plus cervical cancer in the future). Provides education and training materials. Regions of Kenya covered: nationwide.

Youth Against Cancer Kenya (YACK)
Contact:  Chief Executive Director; Mr. Atilla Merdin; Mobile: +254722566478; Email: atilla@yackenya.org; Email: info@yackenya.org; Website: www.yackenya.org; Facebook: YACK.org; Twitter: @yackkenya; Instagram: yackenya

Advocates for and create awareness about the risk of cancer (and other non communicable diseases) to the youth through social media and events that will lead to behavior change that directs the youth to healthier lifestyles by encouraging them to participate in outdoor activities, regular exercise,  avoiding tobacco use and low alcohol consumption.

 

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27 thoughts on “Network Directory

  1. I would like to partner with any of the above
    organisation to intensify cancer awareness,screening,early treatment and advocacy within Nyeri County

  2. I am sincerely grateful for your profound care n love to eradicate cancer. I suspect i bear early symptoms of Testicular cancer. Am pleased to have learned about soon i realized it. Please help

  3. How can I get help for my mum who has breast cancer?currently she is attending chemotherapy at aga khan HSP Nrb and its proving to be damn expensive for us.

  4. Please, this organizations should try to reach small towns in the rural places, coz that’s where people lack awareness or are ignorant,

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  6. any cancer victims and you want Early medication especial radio therapy please contact me on above number then I will tell you what it requires to be treated in Uganda please let us.take this seriously and if you have your friends or your relative please don’t waste a lot of time because cause deadly so you should take care

  7. Am interested in volunteering in your organization.I have been inspired by your tremedous work and would like to also avail my help.

    • Fortunately, we have a cancer. We have been treating several patients with different/various cancer types to a success using our “cancergone” herbal therapy, both in capsules for adults and young people and Syrup for children below five years. The various cases we have so far handled successfully include ; Leukemia – which has been the easiest, cervical cancer, breast cancer, esophageal cancer, prostate cancer and brain tumor. We would like to partner with you in offering treatment to your patients.

  8. I would want to get a cancer awareness and screening organisations to serve an audience of more than 1000 students from Egerton university in an upcoming AIESEC Egerton Health Week at no costs or if any, minimal cost since aiesec is a non.profit student organisation. if available you can reach me on 0714045742

  9. its a great work you do my dear one. Am a leukemia survivor n would like to work with I you in your organization.Alice from Nyeri

      • Fortunately, we have a cancer. We have been treating several patients with different/various cancer types to a success using our “cancergone” herbal therapy, both in capsules for adults and young people and Syrup for children below five years. The various cases we have so far handled successfully include ; Leukemia – which has been the easiest, cervical cancer, breast cancer, esophageal cancer, prostate cancer and brain tumor. We would like to partner with you in offering treatment to your patients.

  10. I would like to work with any of the above organisations in cancer awareness. If such an opportunity is available i can be found on +254712029887 at any time

  11. I was operated on in february last year, part of the colon removed and a colostomy bag fixed on my abdomen. Due to difficulty in getting the bags, lubricant deodorants and the many other related requiermnts i have started a small support group for people with similar problems in mombasa called COPE MOMBASA (cancer ostomy and poverty eradication mombasa). i have some access to the items listed but would like to patner with people and organizations to increase help to the needy who do not have a chance of getting the materials and services needed to survive. We invite both infected and affected to join us.

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