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Merck marks “World Cancer Day” to increase awareness about Cancer prevention through social media Together We Can Prevent Cancer

Merck joined hands with partners to harness the power of social media to raise awareness on cancer early detection and prevention, support women cancer survivors and build cancer care capacity in Africa. These efforts are contributing to what ‘We Can.’ do together to reduce the global burden of cancer in developing countries.

Merck Foundation trained 70 African doctors to be the first oncologists in 24 countries

Merck Foundation marks World Cancer Day together with Africa First Ladies and Ministries of Health through building cancer care and increase the limited number of oncologists in their countries.

Malawi First Lady partners with Merck Foundation to build healthcare capacity and strengthen COVID 19 response in Africa

Merck Foundation in partnership with Malawi First Lady and Minister of Health to provide speciality training to Malawian doctors in various fields such as; Oncology, Diabetes, Fertility, Embryology, Respiratory Care, Acute Medicines, Sexual and Reproductive Medicines to transform public healthcare sector in Malawi.

La Première Dame du Malawi s'associe à Merck Foundation pour renforcer les capacités de soins de santé et répondre à la COVID-19 en Afrique

Merck Foundation en partenariat avec la Première Dame du Malawi et le Ministre de la Santé pour offrir une formation spécialisée aux médecins malawiens dans divers domaines tels que; Oncologie, Diabète, Fertilité, Embryologie, Médicine Respiratoires, Médicine aigus, Médicine Sexuels et Reproductifs afin de transformer le secteur de la santé publique au Malawi

Merck Foundation marks World Cancer Day by increasing the limited number of oncologists in Africa

Merck Foundation provides one- and two-year Oncology Fellowship Program to African doctors to be the future oncologists in their countries

Merck Foundation joins hands with African First Ladies to improve cancer care in Africa through providing one, two- and three-year Oncology Fellowship and Master Degree for more than 80 doctors from 26 countries

Merck Foundation to make history in Africa by training the first African oncologists and cancer care teams in The Gambia, Sierra Leone, Burundi, Liberia, Guinea Conakry, Central African Republic, Chad and Niger.

La Fondation Merck s'associe aux Premières Dames Africaines afin d’améliorer la prise en charge du cancer en Afrique en offrant une bourse et un master en oncologie d'un, deux et trois ans à plus de 80 médecins de 26

La Fondation Merck fait l'histoire en Afrique en formant les premières équipes africaines d'oncologues et de soins contre le cancer en Gambie, au Sierra Leone, au Burundi, au Libéria, en Guinée Conakry, dans la République Centrafricaine, au Tchad et au Niger

Merck Foundation partners with National Cancer Institute and Ministry of Higher Education of Egypt to train African Oncologists.

Merck Foundation commits to improve access to quality and equitable cancer care in Africa.

La Fondation Merck célèbre la Journée Mondiale des Embryologistes par le biais de sa campagne « Plus Qu’une Mère » pour renforcer les capacités de soins de fertilité en Afrique et en Asie

La Fondation Merck entre dans l'histoire en formant les premiers embryologistes africains et experts en fertilité dans de nombreux pays tels que ; Gambie, Burundi, Guinée, Tchad, Niger, Sierra Leone et Libéria.

Merck Foundation Marks ‘World Cancer Day 2018' in Uganda and Tanzania

Merck Foundation conducts post-training evaluation for their first graduate of 'Merck Oncology Fellowship Program' in Tanzania

La Fondation Merck célèbre la Journée Mondiale du Cancer grâce à son programme d'accès aux soins du cancer « Merck Cancer Access Program »

La Fondation Merck s'associe aux Premières Dames Africaines et aux Ministères de la Santé pour renforcer les capacités de prise en charge du cancer sur le continent.

Merck Foundation et Les Premières Dames Africaines vont transformer et améliorer le secteur des soins contre le cancer en Afrique

Merck Foundation marks World Cancer Day together with Africa First Ladies and Ministries of Health through building cancer care and increase the limited number of oncologists in their countries.

Merck Foundation and Tata Memorial Centre Signs MOU to build Cancer Care Capacity in Africa

Merck Foundation connects Africa with Asia, through the partnership with India, to build the cancer care capacity in the African Continent

Merck Foundation partners with National Cancer Institute of Egypt to provide Master Degree in Medical Oncology for African Doctors

Merck Foundation supports Africa through the partnership with Egypt, to build the Cancer Care Capacity in the African Continent

La Merck Foundation continue de renforcer le « Merck Cancer Access Program » en Gambie, au Lesotho, au Botswana et au Zimbabwe

Dr. Rasha Kelej, PDG de la Merck Foundation, rencontre les Premières Dames de la Gambie, du Botswana, du Lesotho et du Zimbabwe pour discuter..

Message from Senator Rasha Kelej marking ‘World Cancer Day 2021’ by providing training to 70 African doctors to be the first oncologists in 24 countries

We at Merck Foundation marks ‘World Cancer Day 2021’ through our Cancer Access Program to build capacity with the aim to increase the limited number of oncologists hence improve patients’ access to quality & equitable cancer care in Africa

Message from Senator Rasha Kelej marking ‘World Cancer Day 2021’ by providing training to 70 African doctors to be the first oncologists in 24 countries

We are training Oncologists from Botswana, Burundi, Cameroon, Central African Republic, Chad, DRC, Ethiopia, Gabon, Gambia, Ghana, Guinea Conakry, Kenya, Liberia, Malawi, Mauritius, Namibia, Niger, Rwanda, Senegal, Sierra Leone, South Africa, Tanzania, Uganda and Zambia

La Fondation Merck en partenariat avec l'Institut National du Cancer et le Ministère de l'Enseignement Supérieur d'Egypte pour former des oncologues africains.

La Fondation Merck s'engage à améliorer l'accès à des soins de cancer de qualité et équitables en Afrique.

La Fondation Merck en partenariat avec l’Institut National du Cancer d’Egypte fournira un Master en Oncologie Médicale aux Médecins Africains

La Fondation Merck soutient l’Afrique à travers le partenariat avec l’Égypte afin de développer les capacités de prise en charge du cancer sur le continent africain

Merck Foundation marks World Cancer Day 2020 through its Merck Cancer Access Program

Merck Foundation partners with African First Ladies and Ministries of Health to build cancer care capacity in the continent.

Merck Foundation signs MoU with African First Ladies Organization to build Cancer and Fertility Care Capacity in their Countries

Marking the “World Cancer Day” at African Union Assembly, Merck Foundation pledges to continue their commitment to providing oncology fellowship program across Africa in partnership with African First Ladies.

La Fondation Merck célèbre la Journée Mondiale Contre le Cancer en augmentant le nombre limité d'oncologues en Afrique

La Fondation Merck fourni un programme de formation en oncologie « Oncology Fellowship Program » d'une durée d’un à deux ans aux médecins africains qui deviendront les futurs oncologues de leur pays.

Merck and Uganda Fight diabetes and Cancer

Merck in partnership with Uganda Ministry of Health on 18 November kicked off a combined diabetes and cancer campaign in Uganda as part of the Merck Cancer Control Program.

Merck recognizes the World Cancer Day: “We can. I can”

Community members in Uganda waiting to be screened during the event

"Merck More than a Patient" initiative in partnership with "Women For Cancer" to empower women cancer survivors in Africa

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