The Cancer Association of Zimbabwe

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The Cancer Association of Zimbabwe

The Cancer Association of Zimbabwe is a non-benefit making association which was begun in 1961. The Association was framed by a gathering of tumour survivors and volunteers in an offer to bolster each other ethically, inwardly, profoundly and physically. The Cancer Association is an altruistic not revenue driven association that expects to bring issues to light on growth and bolster individuals after an analysis. To keep accommodating our association and the necessities of those we help, money related gifts are looked for through our enrolment drive every year. Each gift participation membership that is made presents to us that much nearer to addressing the necessities of everybody that comes to us for help, along these lines, our individuals and the individuals who give are an imperative life saver. The Cancer Association of Zimbabwe vision is to raising growth mindfulness and enhancing the personal satisfaction of malignancy patients and their families. It is committed to all in all decrease the infection trouble because of disease through advancement of activity examination, training, steady guiding, promotion and other proof based intercessions taking an all-encompassing methodology. Since the start of this honourable administration, the Cancer Association has kept on developing in giving growth bolster administrations and malignancy mindfulness programs. The Cancer Association is controlled by a group of board individuals who have mastery in different ranges relating to the operations of the association. The board individuals give approach course to the association, while the wellbeing experts and volunteers at the middle are in charge of the everyday running of the foundation. The director of CAV is Mr Eugene Mlambo.


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