MAKNA (Majlis Kanser Nasional) or the National Cancer Council Malaysia is a not-for-profit social enterprise mainly tasked to pool and utilise every effort, expertise and welfare from every faction of society to fight cancer and to reduce the pain, suffering and morbidity that the cancer patients often experience. It aims to provide curative care, preventive care, cancer research and support services to cancer patients and their families, high-risk groups and the general public in Malaysia and throughout the world. Together with ordinary Malaysians from all walks of life, MAKNA hope to inspire extraordinary change and give people affected by cancer renewed hope in life.
MAKNA registered under the Register of Societies Malaysia on 10th November 1994 and officially launched on 30th March 1995. It was founded by Dato’ Mohd Farid Ariffin in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. The organization is named after the Malay language word for ‘meaning’ (makna) and its slogan is A Meaning to Life.
Our official website: http://www.makna.org.my