Merck Foundation marks World Cancer Day 2020 through its Merck Cancer Access ProgramMerck Foundation partners with African First Ladies and Ministries of Health to build cancer care capacity in the continent.
Merck Foundation partners with National Cancer Institute of Egypt to provide Master Degree in Medical Oncology for African DoctorsMerck Foundation supports Africa through the partnership with Egypt, to build the Cancer Care Capacity in the African Continent
Merck Foundation marks World Cancer Day 2019 by increasing the limited number of oncologists in AfricaMerck Foundation provides one- and two-year Oncology Fellowship Program to African doctors to be the future oncologists in their country
Merck Foundation Marks ‘World Cancer Day 2018' in Uganda and TanzaniaFollowing the ‘We Can. I can’ theme of ‘World Cancer Day 2016-18’ Merck Foundation commits to build cancer care capacity in Africa and developing countries.
Merck Foundation signs MoU with African First Ladies Organization to build Cancer and Fertility Care Capacity in their CountriesMarking the “World Cancer Day” at African Union Assembly, Merck Foundation pledges to continue their commitment to provide oncology fellowship program across Africa in partnership with African First Ladies.
Merck Foundation and Tata Memorial Centre Signs MOU to build Cancer Care Capacity in AfricaMerck Foundation connects Africa with Asia, through partnership with India, to build the cancer care capacity in the African Continent
Merck Foundation Cancer Access Program in partnership with Ministry of Health of Senegal... UpdateMeet the Future Oncologist from Senegal.
La Fondation Merck célèbre la Journée Mondiale Contre le Cancer en augmentant le nombre limité d'oncologues en AfriqueLa Fondation Merck fourni un programme de formation en oncologie « Oncology Fellowship Program » d'une durée d’un à deux ans aux médecins africains qui deviendront les futurs oncologues de leur pays.
Merck Foundation marks World Cancer Day by increasing the limited number of oncologists in AfricaMerck Foundation provides one- and two-year Oncology Fellowship Program to African doctors to be the future oncologists in their countries
La Fondation Merck en partenariat avec l'Institut National du Cancer et le Ministère de l'Enseignement Supérieur d'Egypte pour former des oncologues africains.Dr. Rasha Kelej, CEO of Merck Foundation, organise une réunion spéciale avec le Ministère de l'Enseignement Supérieur en Egypte ; L’Institut National du Cancer du Caire et les Ambassadeurs Africains Lire la suite...
Merck Foundation supports the training of Thirty Future Oncologists in Africa through one and two year Oncology Fellowship Program in 2016 & 2017Merck gives back to society through Merck Foundation’s programs to build cancer care capacity in Africa.
Merck Foundation partners with National Cancer Institute and Ministry of Higher Education of Egypt to train African Oncologists.Foundation conducts a special meeting with Ministry of Higher Education, Egypt; National Cancer Institute, Cairo and African Ambassadors Read More..
Merck Foundation established to improve the health and well-being of peopleDr. Rasha Kelej appointed as a Chief Executive Officer of the Merck Foundation
Call for Applications:UNESCO Merck Africa Research Summit-MARS 2017The UNESCO Merck Africa Research Summit – MARS 2017 will be held in Mauritius with the aim to empower Women and Youth in Research under the patronage of the Head of State of The Republic of Mauritius, H.E. Ameenah Gurib Fakim.