Africa Cancer Foundation (ACF), is headquartered in Nairobi, Kenya and was founded in 2011. ACF works towards a cancer-free Africa by promoting the prevention of cancer and providing holistic solutions for people affected by cancer in Africa. ACF’s main work is around cancer awareness creation and prevention.
Contact: Dorothy Nyong’o, Managing Director. Fifth Floor, Mediplaza Opp Aga Khan Hospital, Third Parklands, Nairobi Kenya. P.O Box 1114-00621, Village Market, Nairobi, Kenya. Tel: +254 725 337 603/0788 firstname.lastname@example.orgemail@example.com www.africacancerfoundation.org, FB:Africa Cancer Foundation Twitter: @africf ,Instagram: @africacacancerfoundation
Provides social support and community mobilization, Advocacy, Capacity Building, Service
Provision, Resource Mobilization, Research development and Partnerships.
Contact: The Beth Mugo Cancer Foundation,Valley View Office Park, Tower B 2nd Floor, City Park Drive off Limuru Road. P.O. Box 42542-00100, Nairobi, Kenya. firstname.lastname@example.org,
Provides awareness programs, screening and education about all cancers. Publishes bulletins, newsletters and flyers. Regions of Kenya served: Nationwide.
Provides awareness programs, screening and education about all cancers, targeting youth education (age 15-40). Regions of Kenya served: Eldoret, Kisumu, Mombasa, Nairobi, Nakuru.
Contact: Issaji Moussah, Founder, Board Chairman, Paresia Centre Office Suite No.6,Opp Uchumi Hyper Supermarket 12891 -00100 GPO Nairobi, email@example.com, +254 722490844; +254 704 448000; +254 732 440000, Facebook: Eddah’s Hope Cancer Foundation, Twitter: @eddahs_hope.
The Faraja Cancer Support Trust was founded in 2010 with the aim of providing emotional, practical and healing support to anyone affected by cancer. Faraja offers services to complement medical treatment through information, free complementary therapies, support groups meetings, art/music therapy and food aid for inpatient oncology children at Kenyatta National Hospital and financial assistance for medical treatment. Our premises provide a safe haven for cancer patients and their caregivers to access our free services, which has enabled us to make a positive difference in the journey of over 5,000 cancer patients. Our long-standing relationships with a variety of supporters make us sustainable. We are here for the long term. We bring help, hope and life.
Philip Odiyo, Patient Support Manager ( Nairobi) and Maureen, Patient Support Manager ( Eldoret), Shaira Adamali- Founding Trustee;
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org, Mobile: 0722 516 132
Location: HCG-CCK Cancer Centre, Shivachi Road Parklands and Chandaria Centre for Chronic Diseases, Eldoret
Mobile: 0748 811 909/ 0729712956
Facebook: Faraja Cancer Support
Coffee Morning website: http://kbcm.farajacancersupport.org/
Contact: William Wanjohi, Secretary General, Mwihoko Off Githurai 45, Switchers Building Next to Mwihoko Primary School. Box 61393-00200 Nairobi, email@example.com, +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.
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.
Contact: Elizabeth Ragui, Managing Trustee, Muiri Road Off Lang’ata Road, P.O. Box 55075, 00200, NAIROBI, firstname.lastname@example.org, 0722 707 628.
Promotes and supports quality and affordable childhood and adolescent cancer care for children from all over Kenya and their families while creating public awareness on childhood cancer, with a vision to realize a holistic Childhood and Adolescent Cancer Care in Kenya.
Contact Person –
Address: Hope for Cancer Kids (H4CK) Suite 2-2, Top Plaza, Kindaruma Road/Kamburu Drive, P.O. Box 20854, 00202 Nairobi, Kenya,
Mobile: +254 790 749 383 or +254 729 915 034
Email: email@example.com or www.hope4cancerkids.org
Provides awareness programs, screening, advocacy and education about all cancers. Provides cancer information brochures. Regions of Kenya served: nationwide.
Contact: Grace Injene, +254 726994359, P.O Box 293 KNH,NAIROBI, firstname.lastname@example.org, Facebook: Kenya Cancer Association, Twitter: Kenya Cancer.
Promotes increased access to, training in, and awareness of palliative care for all Kenyans. Publishes newsletters and brochures. Regions of Kenya served: nationwide.
Contact: Dr. Zipporah Ali, Executive Director, Top Plaza Kindaruma Road P.O Box 20854, 00202, email@example.com, +254 733 498 060, +254 722 584 234, Facebook: kehpca, zippyali, Twitter: kehpca, zippyali.
Oasis of Life Organization (OOL) is a Non-Governmental Organization based in the Embu
founded by a cancer survivor, aiming at creating Cancer awareness in the society as well as offering support to cancer patients and the marginalized in the society.
To raise Cancer awareness in the society by encouraging people to go for regular screening, teaching them how to do self-examination and creating a positive difference in rural communities based in Kenya.
Outreach Training Screening Advocacy
Carole Njagi, Founder/CEO: cwnjagih@,
Supports prostate cancer patients, survivors and their families. Regions of Kenya served: Nairobi.
Contact: Gabriel Muthwale, Chairman, firstname.lastname@example.org.
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.
Contact: Sally Agallo, Chairman, P.O. Box 2513600603, email@example.com, 0725 234 935/ 0733 791 346.
Provides support to cancer patients, survivors and their families. Provides publication about the founder’s personal battle with cancer. Regions of Kenya covered: nationwide.
Doris Mayoli, CEO/Founding Trustee: 0714 780 540; 0737 780 540
Adress: Morning Site, Office Park 1st Floor Ngong Road P.O Box 50251-00100, Nairobi,
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org, Facebook: Twakutukuza Trust, Twitter: @TwaTrust.
Women 4 Cancer Early Detection and Treatment is an NGO formed in 2012 to raise public awareness of the benefits of early testing, and facilitate early detection and treatment, reduce the prevalence of cervical cancer.
Their Vision is a Kenya where every woman can access cervical cancer screening and treatment. Women 4 Cancer provide the following services; advocacy, awareness and education, prevention and early detection, access to treatment and post treatment economic empowerment.
secretariat;+254 717 117 446
Adress: Biblica House, Dennis Prit Road, P.O. Box 13263 – 00100, Nairobi – Kenya,
Contact: Dr. Angela Ndaga, +254 725061639/ 0202429304, email@example.com, Buruburu Nairobi.
Contact: Grace Wanjiku Mweru, firstname.lastname@example.org, 0723 364956
We focus on Cancer Education/awareness, screening,Psycho-social support/home visits, referrals and counselling.
Contact: Margaret Wanjiru:
0727 485 669/ 0700 141 714
Contact: Josephine Sitawa, email@example.com, 0720880556
Tumaini La Maisha Health Services is a non-government organization (NGO). Our mission to save lives from cancer by teaching prevention and early detection methods, improving access to treatment, and providing psychosocial support in a Godly and loving way. We have programs in Nairobi and Kisumu Counties.
Tumaini La Maisha Health Services does the following; Prevention and Early Detection: We raise awareness about cancer through Informational, educational, behavior change (IE/BC) sessions, and, organize medical screening camps for early detection purposes. Patients Support: We provide treatment navigation and case management services for cancer patients in Nairobi and Kisumu, we help patients apply for NHIF cover and at our Joanna’s House in Nairobi we provide room and boarding services to patients undergoing radiotherapy in Nairobi. Finally, we offer counseling and Spiritual motivation to patients and caregivers.
Kisumu Hospice Plaza Room #22, P.O BOX 3268-40100 Kisumu. Email; info@ tumainihealth.or.ke, Website: tumainihealth.or.ke, Office Tel: 0773-584-854, Joanna’s House: 0726909668
It is an organisation in Kenya that is dedicated to championing and building effective and efficient care for all children with cancer.
Contact: Jessie Githanga Latanzi Educational Trust Building Koinange street P.O Box 30760-00100 Nairobi, Kenya. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org ,Tel: +254-721245721
KKLT is a non-profit organisation currently registered in the UK. We aim to create awareness about Leukaemia and other blood cancers. We also want to encourage and recruit as many black and ethnic minorities to register on the bone marrow register as possible.
Contact: Dr. Anne Mwirigi +254 798129947 email@example.com,020 3654 3864 Aga Khan Hospital
Limau Cancer Connection is a community-based organization in Kenya. We help breast cancer survivors to form meaningful friendships through knitting circles to end the stigma caused by cancer.
Contact: Nancy Githoitho, firstname.lastname@example.org, +254 0705 981 737
Contact: Linda Awuor, email@example.com, 0725 212 136, Utawala, Ashutas Kasamoko constructors building
Contact: Elo Mapelu Chairman +254 202317835, +722242766 email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Community Health Access Program
Community Health Access Program (CHAP) is a registered NGO in Kenya since 2011. CHAP works in Isiolo and Tharaka Nithi Counties with a goal to reduce morbidity and mortality attributed to breast, cervical and Lung cancers.
Contact :Ruth Sila Project Coordinator +254 796793234, email: email@example.com, Fairbank arcade, Mai Mahiu road Next to Tmall on Langata road 2rd floor 2(203)
Cancer Survivor Africa (CSA)
Cancer Survivor Africa is an Organization that gives Hope, Support and Walk along with the Cancer Victim in Africa and at time beyond. Cancer has become a Great Stigma in the infected and those affected by the dreadful disease here internationally. This killing disease has claimed lives all over the world causing panic to many families. Cancer Survivor Africa has been touching lives of Patients through a Journey by walking with these families, offering available resources where possible. Cancer Survivor Africa creates awareness in churches, organizations, schools among others through organized seminars and more.
Since the inception of Cancer Survivor Africa we have been able to reach 69 families and have done 11 talks in churches and 3 in schools. Our hope is to reach as many as possible in future.
Contact; +254 723 462 564/+254 727 482 060 P.O. BOX 22 – 00902 KIKUYU.
St. Hamming Ways Community – Based Organization
St. Hamming ways community – Based Organization was founded in 2014.The organization operates at Nyamira County. It has its secretariat based at Ekerenyo Market Center on chemosit-Kisii high way. St. Hamming ways partners with the department of health, ministry of education and local self help groups to enhance Community War Against Cancer (COWAC). Community War Against Cancer (COWAC) is the core program of the organization targeted for four sub-counties; Borabu, Nyamira North, Nyamira South and Manga.
The Organization link with Community Health Volunteers (CHVs), Churches, Local groups, School Management Committees and Facility Health Management Committees to foster Community War Against Cancer (COWAC). At organized Public meetings, the organization facilitates; Cancer Awareness and education to strengthen cancer screening and Prevention. Caregivers are sensitized on how to manage cancer patients.
Shem Atuya Ayiera -Chief Executive Officer; Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Mobile: 0727094471
Omwando Manyinsa -Project Manager Email: email@example.com Mobile: 0712780965
Henry A. Ndubi -Patron Mobile: 0719245251 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Moses Loogos Cancer Foundation (MLCF)
Moses Loogos Cancer Foundation was established in August 2015 and formally registered as Community Based Organization in January 2016 with the Ministry of Social Protection, In Lodwar Turkana County. The Brain Child of the Moses Loogos Cancer Foundation is Late Moses Lokong Loogos. The idea was born upon his return from visiting India where he had traveled to seek further medication. During his struggle, Moses could experience Cancer Survivors wwho struggled to find better medication and thought he could start a Cancer Foundation that will help him in bringing hope to cancer patients, survivors the affected and infected. Unfortunately, he succumbed to Cancer of the Colon and his friends thought it important to carry on with the dream, hence the birth of the Foundation.
Majority of the rural nomadic villages of northern Kenya have the greatest proportion of people living in places with very limited health and medical information on major killer diseases. The regions environmental, epidemiological and geographical challenges impede their access to better health services, lack of early detention and high transport costs to seek medical support. This means that there are high chances of wrong diagnosis and over dependence on traditional treatment options that are consequences to patients especially suffering from undetected cancer. We intend to partner with Government, organizations and individuals so that we could reach to Cancer Survivors, Patients, Caretakers, affected families through Research, Advocacy, Referral and Treatment which form our Core Objectives. We believe that once we fight this scourge together, we will defeat it.
Email: email@example.com / firstname.lastname@example.org
Facebook- Moses Loogos Cancer Foundation
Instagram- Moses Loogos Cancer Foundation
Living Beyond Cancer and Disability Foundation(LIBCAD Foundation)
People leave work, homes and their daily routines during cancer treatment expecting to return to ‘”normal life” -including work and family- after treatment ends. To most people, cancer changes this plan for many reasons. Cancer is one of the most common disabling conditions. Any physical or mental condition that limits a person’s movements, senses or activities is a disability. LIBCAD Foundation steps in to mainstream not only disability but also cancer. When you can’t go back to work, home or to the society in general after treatment ends when you are left with a disability, what next? We offer social support/psychosocial support, advocacy, consultancy, awareness & mainstreaming, screening, conduct workshops, resource mobilization, partnership, capacity building, research and development of real-life documentaries, books and other educational materials to help mainstream persons with disabilities and cancer survivors. We involve active cancer patients, cancer survivors, significant others and caregivers, persons with disabilities and the wider society in general.
Kenya Tobacco Control Alliance (KETCA)
that brings together individuals and organizations that promote public health by supporting and advancing the tobacco control agenda in the country. Currently, KETCA membership is drawn from youth, religious, policy and research, consumer rights, health promotion and tax advocacy not-for-profit organizations. KETCA envisions a Kenya free from tobacco related effects such as premature deaths, socio-economic deprivation and environmental degradation. To achieve this, KETCA supports and provides a platform for building synergies among members and other tobacco control stakeholders; advocates for enactment and implementation of strong tobacco control policies; sensitizes members of the public on the hazards of tobacco use; promotes tried and tested cessation services and treatment for tobacco dependence; promotes evidence-based advocacy through research; advocates for economically viable alternative livelihoods for those engaged in tobacco growing.
We are located at Dereshe Towers along Murang’a Road in Ngara Area
Mr. Thomas Lindi: Coordinator
Twitter: @KETCA254 (www.twitter.com/KETCA254 )