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Developing a regional infrastructure for palliative care in Africa through small grants

23 November 2012

The True Colours Trust grant awards to support palliative care services across Africa have been announced.

Of the 150 applications from 19 countries in Africa, eight grantees were selected from South Africa, Malawi, Kenya and Uganda.  A total of £25,007 was awarded to health service organisations and hospitals offering a wide range of palliative care services.  Funding priority was given to projects that directly improved the patient experience and the standard of palliative care services.  

Grant applications were reviewed by the True Colours Trust board together with the trust executive, Jo Ecclestone who commented “We were delighted to see such high quality applications from countries across the continent this round.” 

Read more in the Africa edtion of ehospice

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