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African Strategies for Advancing Pathology

Org #37093
Vetted since 2017
2014
year founded
$14,663
raised on GlobalGiving
1
year fundraising
0
projects funded

Mission

We, the members of ASAP, envision a future in which the importance of pathology in sub-Saharan Africa (SSA) is recognized at local, national, regional, continental and international levels; a SSA with a competent pathology workforce and a number of expert centers that are supported by a high quality sustainable delivery system to improve the quality of life of persons living in SSA.

Projects (1)

 
Project Leaders
Michael Wilson
Michael Wilson
Team
Michael L Wilson, Alexia Eslan, Angela Mutuku
Organization Information
http://www.pathologyinafrica.org
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PO Box 100248
Denver, CO 80250-02
United States
3038475582

Bridge Registry   BRIDGE# 1779696224
Organization Information
http://www.pathologyinafrica.org
Facebook Page
Twitter Profile
PO Box 100248
Denver, CO 80250-02
United States
3038475582

Bridge Registry   BRIDGE# 1779696224

Project Reports

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Sep 5, 2018
TAPCD August 2018 Update Report
We are rapidly approaching our Training African Pathologists in Cancer Diagnosis (TAPCD) workshop! Through our bi-weekly planning meetings, our team has been working hard to design and develop the...
Jun 1, 2018
Training African Pathologists in Cancer Diagnosis: ASAP May 18 Project Report
TRAINING AFRICAN PATHOLOGISTS IN CANCER DIAGNOSISAFRICAN STRATEGIES FOR ADVANCING PATHOLOGY: WORKSHOP PROJECT REPORT MAY 2018    Since the kickoff of our Training African Pathologists in...
Mar 5, 2018
Training Workshop Updates from ASAP
The Training African Pathologists in Cancer Diagnosis (TAPCD) workshops kick-off meeting was held Friday, February 16th. This was the first meeting in a series of bi-weekly meetings to plan for the...
 
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