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ACTTI Conference is the Africa Cancer Test and Treat Initiative Conference, a conference supported by the Ministry of Health and key stakeholders with the purpose of Enhancing awareness, early detection, and diagnosis for quality cancer prevention and Control via Test and treat Initiatives for pre-disposing factors.
Given the challenge of limited resources in the cancer prevention and control program, finances are needed to plan and finance all budgetary requirements. All Proceeds of the conference are used to support the Ministry of Health, to enhance awareness, improve early cancer detection and diagnostic services for quality pre-cancer and cancer treatment across all levels of care.
(a) Individual participation/attendance
(b) Sponsoring of at least 5-30 participants
(c) Sponsoring a particular item on the budget
(d) Sponsorship via exhibitions and sponsorship packages.
(e) In Kind support in form of supplies, services, e.t.c.
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