Cancer Institute among recipients of Australian aid for cervical cancer fight

The Australian High Commission Direct Aid Program has awarded a US$112,800 grant to the Healthy Caribbean Coalition (HCC) to fund five regional projects aimed at boosting the capacity of key civil society groups to respond to community-based needs for cervical cancer prevention.

At the HCC offices on Friday November 29, Ambassador Ross Tysoe presented the cheque to the group, a press release issued by the cancer Institute of Guyana Inc (CIG) said.

The recipient organisations in the five OECS countries are The Belize Cancer Society (BCS), Belize;  …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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