Kenyan Network of Cancer Organizations is the National umbrella body of cancer NGOs, patient groups and community-based organizations that are active in different aspects of cancer control.
Dear Valued Friend,
We at KENCO, warmly express our appreciation for your generosity in support of our fundraiser in the Global Giving – March Accelerator. Your personal commitment was incredibly helpful and allowed us to reach our goal. Thanks to you, KENCO will sustain its efforts in giving accurate and standardised cancer education information to patients and caregivers, health workers as well as members of the general public.
Within the 17-day period, we raised USD 7,685 from 501 donors and won some extra USD 2,000 (most unique donors) , USD 1,000 (on bonus day) and USD 638 in matching funds. KENCO also earned a permanent place in the Global Giving Platform, earned a social media Badge and will get a free email promotion from GG. Overall KENCO was positioned 16 out of 672 organizations from over 30 countries. All of this, we would not have achieved without you.
Thank you for your generous donation, you truly made a difference. Please join us at www.kenconetwork.org and we will continuously keep you updated on our program achievements.
The Kenya Network of Cancer Organizations represents cancer NGOs active in cancer awareness and patient support in Kenya. We envision that by pooling our resources and ideas, we can walk a long journey, make a greater impact and touch more lives together. Let’s join hands in the fight against cancer. Please send membership enquiries to email@example.com.
Stand out and be counted. Volunteer your skills and time with us and together, we will make a difference. It is our pleasure to work with people willing to volunteer with us.
KENCO working with conviction that nothing should be done for cancer patients and survivors without our contribution and involvement has successfully advocated to get state and non-state actors to include us cancer survivors in various committees and working groups
As a member of KENCO, we are able to work with other organizations in their areas of strength. If we find a cancer patient who needs complementary therapy, we refer them to Faraja Cancer Support. If it is a patient with advanced diseases and in need of palliative care, we then refer them to KEHPCA (Kenya Hospices and Palliative Care Association). All members work to complement each other
Being part of KENCO has brought great benefits to our awareness and advocacy activities in Turkana. We work in a region where the word ‘Cancer’ is rarely mentioned by the locals and KENCO has provided us with a platform to learn and benchmark from the diversity of skills and knowledge in its membership.