Toni Kuguru is a MSc candidate (2014) at the Harvard School of Public Health (HSPH) and an intern at the Harvard Global Equity Initiative (HGEI). At HGEI, she is researching cancer survivorship in low and middle income countries. She also serves on the Harvard Africa Development Conference planning committee. Prior to HSPH, she worked at the Nairobi Cancer Registry at the Kenya Medical Research Institute (KEMRI).
This week, Harvard graduate and World Bank consultant Toni Kuguru writes on the role of Public-Private Partnerships in cancer control, focusing on resource-poor settings. Pan Africa Life Cancer Challenge 2014 In July, nearly 500 people