No organisation will get far without partners – and at SIOG, we recognise that a multi-stakeholder approach to our work will ensure the achievement of our goals under Universal Health Coverage (UHC). Partnerships are important vehicles for mobilising and sharing knowledge, expertise, technologies and financial resources – and we count on the support of a large network of Partners & Supporters who help fund and implement our activities globally.

Our work is made possible through these generous contributions from a growing number of government agencies, multi-lateral institutions, inter-governmental and non-governmental organisations, foundations and private-sector companies. SIOG acknowledges its Partners and Supporters – past and present – for their continued trust and assistance.

SIOG also welcomes informal arrangements, such as inviting organisations to events such as panel discussions, workshops or high-level meetings and receptions. These have been proven as an effective means for our partners to raise their profiles and to deliver their institution messages to a wide range of scholars, fellows, influencers and decision makers working for older patients with cancer.