2021 National Cancer Outreach Program

The Cancer Association of Namibia (WO30) is pleased to resume clinical services and invite our communities as follow.

“We cannot allow another year of Covid-19 to keep us from our mission to fight cancer in Namibia. We lost an entire year of outreaches and clinics in rural Namibia. Therefore, we ask and expect Namibians to fully comply with regulations in place to keep all safe and healthy at outreach clinics during the pandemic, but we urge women to please go for cancer screening and report any irregularities. Breast and cervical cancer diagnosis and deaths are still a serious and very costly threat – we MUST continue to fight cancer in Namibia!” – Rolf Hansen, CEO of CAN.
Thursday, 14 January
Windhoek, CAN Medical Centre, 90 John Meinert Street
Book with MJ at 061 237740
Wednesday, 20 January
Swakopmund, CAN Erongo Centre, 3C Ferdinand Stich Street
(contact our CAN Erongo Branch to book: 064 461271)
Thursday, 21 January
Kuisebmond and Narraville (contact our CAN Erongo Branch to book: 064 461271)
The week of 25 – 29 January our teams will be in the Hardap visiting Rehoboth, Stampriet, Aranos, Mariental, Kalk-rand.
The week of 2 – 4 February our team will be in Omahake Region.
The remainder of February will be focused on Zambezi and Okavango Regions.
Further regional visits will be announced closer to the time!
Please visit our CAN Facebook page for updated communication on venues and times. We are planning provisionally, keeping possible Covid-19 measures that may be called on, in mind.
Contact Sr Aina Nghitongo, Head of Medical: Cancer Association of Namibia (WO30) for more information
061 237740
Connect with us and take a glimpse of what CAN does and how YOU can impact lives and help fight cancer in Namibia: https://www.can.org.na

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