Merck Foundation at African Union Assembly, African First Ladies Summit

Rasha Kelej

MERCK Foundation has continued its strong partnership with African Countries, to build healthcare capacity, improve access to cancer care and advance people lives through science and technology.

During the 19th General Assembly of the Organisation of First Ladies of Africa, OAFLA, held at the African Union. Frank Stangenberg-Haverkamp, guest of honour, chairman of the Executive Board of E. Merck KG and chairman of Board of Trustees of Merck Foundation and Rasha Kelej, CEO of Merck Foundation, affirmed Merck’s long term partnership with African countries to provide oncology fellowship programmes, provide practical training for fertility specialists and to empower infertile women through access to information, health and change of mind-set through “Merck Cancer Access Program” and “Merck More than a Mother” campaign.

—  Jul 19, 2017 @ 13:45 GMT

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