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GHP’s Objects are to further the following on a worldwide basis, and in particular to benefit the young and disenfranchised communities:

  1. To assist in the elimination of non-communicable diseases (NCDs), such as colorectal/bowel cancer and others by increasing public awareness through public campaigns and with a view to early detection, prevention and treatment;

  2. To help those suffering or potentially suffering with NCDs;

  3. To promote research into the detection, prevention and treatment of NCDs;

  4. To support and assist patients, their Informal Carers, families and friends by providing reliable information and tools relating to NCDs;

  5. To lobby on behalf of patients for access to best treatments and care;

  6. To advance the education of the public in healthcare including by the provision of campaigns, lectures, meetings, forums and regular newsletters devoted to healthcare.


For the purpose of these objects ‘disenfranchised’ shall mean those whose circumstances result in barriers to healthcare, including as a result of unemployment, financial hardship, youth or old age, ill health (physical or mental), substance abuse or dependency including alcohol and drugs, discrimination on the grounds of sex, race, disability, ethnic origin, religion, belief, creed, sexual orientation or gender re-assignment, poor educational or skills attainment, relationship and family breakdown, poor housing (that is housing that does not meet basic habitable standards) and crime.


· Courage and optimism –  We have the spirit and strength to venture, persevere, withstand challenges and operate with    flexibility in order to achieve our objectives

· Collaboration – We  work jointly with others to achieve the common goal

· Equality, Diversity and Inclusiveness – Our commitment to inclusion is reflected in the projects we pursue and the  people  we employ and work with as partners

· Integrity -  We are trustworthy, reliable, authentic, and loyal.  We do what we say we will do.   We welcome accountability  and conduct our work with honesty and transparency.

· Compassion and respect – We are sympathetic and concerned for the sufferings or misfortunes of others.We respect  the      intrinsic dignity, autonomy, and worth of each person.  

· Transparency – We believe in honesty and openness when communicating with all stakeholders.

· Empowerment – To ensure that the communities we work with become stronger and more confident, especially in  controlling their loves and claiming their rights.

· Innovative – In introducing new ideas we are original and creative in our thinking.

· Sustainability – Our defining criterion for selection our projects will be their potential to deliver long lasting results.

Read our Funding Policy Here.


While the inequalities in some cancers are clear to see, it is not so easy to single out universal causes or to identify the effective levers which will improve the situation. So that’s why our chosen starting point – in every country we work in - is to create a national conversation, designed to get the issue on the map and talked about among clinicians, policy makers and community leaders.


The next stage of the model will be to use the findings from that conversation to shape education activity aimed at these disenfranchised communities.

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GHP is led by Jola Gore-Booth who was the Chief Executive of Colon Cancer Concern (now known as Bowel Cancer UK) between 1997 and 2005. She then went on to set up EuropaColon, the first Pan European Not for Profit colorectal cancer patient advocacy organisation. 

GHP will work with some key partners:


B’ME Against Cancer – A UK charity, led by Dr Rose Thompson, that drives the way in supporting black and ethnic minority people with cancer and cancer awareness.

Denhams Digital – a strategic creative agency which specializes in innovative communications in cancer and with mental health.

Low Europe – the Brussels-based communications agency will provide key PR, event organization and public affairs support for our European work.

Read more about Who We Are.

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