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Bangladesh Cancer Society Mission/Visions

Bangladesh Cancer Society

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  Bangladesh Cancer Society Mission/Visions

 How the Bangladesh Cancer Society is organized

Bangladesh Cancer Society (BCS) is a nonprofit, philanthropic, non-government national organization fighting against cancer for the last three decades & Honourable President of the People’s Republic of Bangladesh is the Chief Patron of our Society.

 

To safeguard, protect the people of Bangladesh from dreadful disease cancer by taking various

measures of prevention, early detection and treatment with ter­minal care. To collect and make

 available statistical information regarding the incidence, mortalityand durability of cancer, and to investigate conditions under which cancer occurs in the country. To encourage and conduct programmers for the Con­tinuing education and training of physicians, dentist. nurses,

technicians and other regarding the detec­tion, diagnosis, treatment and prevention of cancer. To encourage and assist the development and opera­tions of hospitals, clinics, laboratories and other facilities for the detection, diagnosis, treatment and prevention of cancer. To encourage and conduct programmers for the con­tinuing education's of the public about cancer, its symptoms and detection, so as to further the early use of medically and scientifically recognized means for the detection, diagnosis, treatment and preven­tion of cancer.To accept funds from the Government, Corporations, Foundations, individuals etc. national/international for the support of approved cancer control programmers and to allocate funds to branches in accor­dance with established standards and proced non-profit corporation governed by a single Board of Directors that is responsible for setting policy, establishing long-term goals, monitoring general operations, and approving the organizational outcomes and allocation of resources. The Board is composed entirely of volunteers from the medical and lay communities.The Society’s structure includes a global headquarters in Atlanta, Georgia, as well as regional and local offices throughout the country supporting 6 geographic regions with regional offices, and more than 300 local offices in those regions. The global headquarters is responsible for overall strategic planning; corporate support services such as human resources, financial management, IT, etc.; development and implementation of global and nationwide endeavors such as our groundbreaking research program, our global program, and 24-hour call center; and providing technical support and materials to regional and local offices for local delivery.

 

Bangladesh Cancer Society is structured to fight for every life threatened by every cancer in every community. Our regional and local offices are organized to engage communities in the cancer fight, delivering potentially lifesaving programs and services and raising money at the local level. Offices are strategically placed across the country to maximize our efforts, and to be as efficient as possible with the money donated to the Society to fight cancer and save lives.

How the Bangladesh Cancer Society is saving lives

Together with our millions of supporters, the Bangladesh Cancer Society is helping to save more lives from cancer. These outcome statements represent the strategic areas in which we focus our operational plans and resources. These outcomes drive our mission activities and serve as the basis by which we measure and report our lifesaving progressAbout the Bangladesh Cancer Society:

At the Bangladesh Cancer Society, we're on a mission to free the world from cancer. Until we do, we'll be funding and conducting research, sharing expert information, supporting patients, and spreading the word about prevention. All so you can live longer — and better.

 

Whether we're working in a community near you or one halfway around the world, our mission remains the same: to save lives. See what we've been up to lately — and get to know the Bangladesh Cancer Society a little bit better.

Strong leadership and visionary thinking have built the Bangladesh Cancer Society into the global leader in the fight against cancer. Our senior executive leadership team sets the strategic direction of the organization and supports our determination to save lives and celebrate life — every single day.

He Bangladesh Cancer Society is a nationwide, community-based voluntary health organization dedicated to eliminating cancer as a major health problem. Our Global Headquarters are located in Atlanta, Georgia, and we have regional and local offices throughout the country to ensure we have a presence in every community. Learn more about who we are, what we do, and our plans for the future by exploring the areas below.

AIM AND OBJECTS OF THE SOCIETY:

  1. To safeguard, protect the people of Bangladesh from dreadful disease cancer by taking various measures of prevention, early detection and treatment with ter­minal care.
  2. To collect and make available statistical information regarding the incidence, mortality and durability of cancer, and to investigate conditions under which cancer occurs in the country.
  3. To encourage and conduct programmers for the con­tinuing education and training of physicians, dentist. Nurses, technicians and other regarding the detec­tion, diagnosis, treatment and prevention of cancer.
  4. To encourage and assist the development and opera­tions of hospitals, clinics, laboratories and other facilities for the detection, diagnosis, treatment and prevention of cancer.
  5. To encourage and conduct programmers for the con­tinuing educations of the public about cancer, its symptoms and detection, so as to further the early use of medically and scientifically recognized means for the detection, diagnosis, treatment and preven­tion of cancer
  6. To encourage and carry out programmers of service and assistance to cancer patients and their families.
  7. To assist and cooperate with medical and scientif­ic societies and other official and non-official organizations interested in cancer anywhere in the world.
  8. To carry on any other activities this may con­tribute to the control of cancer.
  9. To organize branches of the  Society having sub­stantially the same purpose which conform to and maintain minimum operating standards estab­lished by the Society.
  10. To accept funds from the Government, Corporations, Foundations, individuals etc., national/ international for the support of approved cancer control programmers and to allocate funds to branches in accor­dance with established standards and procedures.

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