The Kigali situation analysis identified a number of challenges for surgery within the city. These included a shortage of surgeons specialised in cancer surgery, the absence of clinical guidelines for the management of the most common cancers, a lack of standard written protocols for cancer surgery, and a lack of multidisciplinary teams providing cancer care across all institutions.
To support the organisation of sub-specialised quality cancer surgery in responding to the growing needs of surgical oncology for prioritised cancers (breast and cervix) in Kigali.
This project will be rescoped to provide fellowship training abroad and local training for the sub-specialisation of breast and cervical cancer surgery in Kigali, in accordance with the local sustainability plan created by City Cancer Challenge (C/Can), as well as the Rwanda Surgery Fellowship Programme.
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