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Asia-Pacific Cancer Society Training Grants (APCASOT)

The International Union Against Cancer (UICC) is the leading international non-governmental organization dedicated exclusively to the global control of cancer. Its vision is of a world where cancer is eliminated as a major life-threatening disease for future generations. UICC has spear-headed the creation of a global cancer control community. Through it's various programs it has created a conducive association of cancer agencies, NGO's, charitable trusts, pharmaceutical companies etc. It's mission is to deliver the best possible care to people living with cancer in every part of the world.

UICC Asia-Pacific Cancer Society Training Grants (APCASOT) is a program for staff or accredited volunteers of voluntary cancer societies located in the Asia-Pacific region. It's objective is to build cancer control capacity by participating in and learning from activities and campaigns conducted by established voluntary cancer societies in the region. CPAA is a one of the host's for this program along-with - The Cancer Council New South Wales, Sydney, Australia; The Cancer Council Queensland, Brisbane, Australia and Singapore Cancer Society, Singapore.

CPAA staff personnel who successfully completed the UICC Asia-Pacific Cancer Society Training Grants (APCASOT):

  • Viji Venkatesh (1994) at Queensland Cancer Fund, Brisbane, Australia 
  • Alka Kapadia (1998) at Queensland Cancer Fund, Brisbane, Australia
  • Anita Peter (2004) at Queensland Cancer Fund, Brisbane, Australia
  • Neeta More (2007) at Queensland Cancer Fund, Brisbane, Australia
  • Aditi Bapat (2007) at Queensland Cancer Fund, Brisbane, Australia
  • Minal Parab (2008) at Queensland Cancer Fund, Brisbane, Australia
  • Anila Thale (2008) at The Cancer Council Queensland, Brisbane, Australia
  • Shailja Singh (2011) at The Cancer Council Queensland, Brisbane, Australia
  • Gorethi Rodrigues (2012) at The Cancer Council Queensland, Brisbane, Australia
  • Kirti Dustakar (2013) at The Cancer Council Queensland, Brisbane, Australia

Fellows who attended the APCASOT program at CPAA

  • Pangesti Wiedarti (2005) from The State University Of Yogyakarta Karangmalang, Indonesia
  • Ramnath Mainali (2007) from Cancer Society Nepal, Nepal
  • Dr. Dapeng Lu (2008) from Shijitan Hospital, China
  • Mugi Wahidin (2009) from Ministry Of Health, Indonesia
  • Sarath Kumara Wattegama (2010) from Srilanka Cancer Society,Kandy, Srilanka
  • Rajeev Karn (2011) from Nepal Cancer Relief Society, Nepal
  • Susan Go (2011) from Davao Cancer Society, Philippines
  • Babita Bhattarai (2012) from Nepal Cancer Relief Society, Nepal
  • Swosti Shrestha (2012) from Cancer Society Nepal, Nepal
  • Dinesh Chandra Goswami (2012) from Guwahati Pain And Palliative Care Society, India
  • Samadhi Rajapaksa (2013) from Cancer Care Association, Srilanka
  • Yam Nath Mainali (2013) from Cancer Society Nepal, Nepal
  • Felicia Zahida (2013) from Indonesian Cancer Foundation, Indonesia