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Friday, 28th April 2017
Latest news
APCA is giving away 3 Samsung Tabs
APCA is giving away 3 Samsung Tabs. Click for more details.

HEALTH CARE: Religious right charter for elderly Palliative Care
"All seniors with chronic or incurable diseases as they approach the end of life have the right to receive palliative care focused on symptom control, the protection of the dignity and quality of life and support the family." The 'Charter of Religions for palliative care for older people' ratifies.

Global Partners in Care Has a New Home
National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization affiliate Global Partners in Care will become an affiliate of Hospice Foundation.

A video message from UICC CEO, Cary Adams
Listen to Cary Adams, Chief Executive Officer, Union for International Cancer Control (UICC) talk about World Cancer Day and how you can get involved.

APCA welcomes new board members
Members of the African Palliative Care Association have appointed six new board members to support the advancement of palliative care policy and implementation in Africa.

Botswana launched its National Hospice and Palliative Care Policy
The government of Botswana, through its Ministry of Health and in partnership with APCA, has launched its National Hospice and Palliative Care Policy which will be in place for the next 10 years.

Palliative care and HIV: care, prevention - or both?
APCA's Executive Director Dr Emmanuel Luyirika comments on the need to address HIV prevention while caring for the needs of patients and families.

Sign up to "Pain doesn’t have to Happen" campaign.
This World Hospice and Palliative Care Day, sign up for the "Pain doesn't have to happen" Thunderclap campaign to spread this message around the world.

Tapati Dutta, a PhD Candidate at the Indiana University Bloomington, reflects on her meeting with APCA Executive Director on steps and priorities around policy formation.

The Kampala Declaration
Delegates at the APCA\WHPCA conference adapt a consensus statement for strengthening palliative care as a component of comprehensive care throughout the life course in Africa – 'The Kampala Declaration 2016'.