Location: Ibadan & Lagos, Nigeria

Website: wocapssafrica.wordpress.com

Profile: WOCAPSS-Africa works to reduce cancer mortality in Nigeria through community-based early detection and screening programs, treating and supporting cancer patients, and national cancer advocacy and research. It has conducted over 21,000 cancer screenings, trained over 25,000 women and girls on early cancer detection, and contributed to creation of the Oyo State Cancer Control Plan. WOCAPSS is also working to establish a cancer screening and treatment clinic in Lagos, called the Blue Pink Center for Women’s Health, funded by the US African Development Foundation, USAID, and the Citi Foundation.


Term: Jun – Aug 2020 (3 mos.)

  • 3-year action plan
  • New website (wocapssafrica.wordpress.com)
  • 1 board member recruited
  • Training on project evaluation
  • 6 potential funding sources identified

Partner Feedback

“We are definitely not where we were before we started the partnership. We’ve been able to set better templates for growth in areas of organizational structure and capacity, strategic planning and resource mobilization. In the next 3 years, our hope of being a stronger organization is definitely brighter than before we started the partnership.”

Idris Ola, WOCAPSS-Africa Executive Director

Blog post

Read more about WOCAPSS-Africa and its partnership with PEACE

Partner Photos

Students at Lagos State University received cancer screenings and participated in cancer advocacy activities, 2019. Read more
WOCAPSS convenes a breast cancer survivors’ support group, Lagos 2019. Read more

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