Discover how our cancer research is enhancing healthcare transformation in Kenya and benefitting local populations.
A game-changing approach towards early-stage cervical cancer
Viral oncology experts at Manchester are devising a new topical treatment for cervical cancer and helping more women in Kenya to survive the disease.
Brining greater ethnic equality to prostate cancer research
Genomics experts at Manchester are pioneering a study involving Kenyan men with prostate cancer in a bid to deliver more tailored, targeted treatment.
Engaging with local communities to improve cancer care
We're forging partnerships in East Africa to better understand local populations and develop the right interventions to reduce inequalities in cancer care.
World’s best university for social and environmental impact
We’re the top higher education institution in the world in the Times Higher Education University Impact Rankings. The rankings use the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) as a framework, including SDG 3: Good health and well-being.
Read more on how the SDGs inform our work