Seven years ago, Under the leadership of the then District Governor Stephen Mwanje, Rotarians in Uganda embarked on what many thought was an ambitious project to build a cancer ward that would provide specialist treatment and early provide the vital early detection and cure of cancer patients....read more
This objective address the technical aspects involved in fighting the cancer epidemic. Construction of hospitals/ wards, equipping them with the necessary medical equipment required to diagnose and treat cancer.Provision of all other amenities to support the effective functioning of the cancer treat...read more
As a Rotarian, we have an obligation to participate in the Cancer Run and because cancer is a problem in Uganda, it has killed very many of our relatives and friends and it's on the rise. I am happy to take part so that we can raise awareness and funds to support those affected and also for my health.
All cancer patients we are worried about you and we are praying for you sothat you canhave a better life, we are all praying for you it is not the end of the world that you got cancer and we are telling the world there cancer is real and it is upon every body to fight cancer.
I am a mother and a woman and you can never know when cancer strikes. Last year I lost a parent to cancer and the pain they went through was too much I would not want to see anyone go through it. So as long as there is a cancer run I will participate for the cause.
The Cancer Run has been ongoing annually for seven years and the public has turned up in big numbers to support the cause.