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Global Development News The Telegraph: European cities consider making public transport free to tackle air pollution European cities are increasingly looking toward free transport in a bid to combat air pollution. Open Society Foundation: Virtual, Inclusive, and Strong: How a Youth Group Brings Disability Rights Mainstream What makes the group, known as Movimiento Estamos Tod@s En…

 #CANSAadvocacy   #CANSAserves   #CANSAcares 1. Alleviating the cancer burden Input to South Africa’s ‘Draft National Cancer Prevention and Control Plan’ (NCCP) In August 2017, CANSA collaborated with partner the Cancer Alliance, to give feedback, when stakeholders were invited to review and submit comments to the National Department of Health, on a draft document of the NCCP for…

Global Development News BBC: The girl who sabotaged her own wedding What is so striking about Rajasthan is how girls like Monika are taking the fight against child marriage into their own hands, in a culture where their voices are often not heard. The conversation: This is why health has to be at the heart…

#DaredevilRun2018 DONATE HERE Your Options for Participation are Limited to ONE A 5km Run with a Difference that Makes a Difference The Hollard DareDevil Run has grown from one brave soul daring to jog through peak hour traffic in a Speedo, to a massive countrywide phenomenon with a noble cause. The only way to beat…

Global Development News Girls Not Brides: What if radio could end child marriage? Stories from the DRC In communities without access to the internet, TV or even newspapers, radio can be a powerful force for change. These girls are living proof of its impact. The Conversation: Forced disappearances are on the rise as human rights…

Available for download: CANSA Balanced Lifestyle Infographic (pdf) CANSA Balanced Lifestyle Logo (jpg) English | Afrikaans CANSA Balanced Lifestyle Slideshow (pdf) English | Afrikaans Balance your Lifestyle Today for a Lower Cancer Risk Tomorrow The Cancer Association of South Africa (CANSA), says leading a balanced lifestyle (http://www.cansa.org.za/adopt-a-balanced-lifestyle/) can help lower the cancer risk and agrees with the World Cancer Research Fund –  people can…

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