Access to cancer care is an emerging health crisis in Sub-Saharan Africa. This project’s primary research in Kenya and Tanzania will add to knowledge of this health challenge, and investigate how local industry could help to improve cancer care. In searching for new industrial-health linkages to tackle the crisis, the project will draw on evidence from India and the UK of emerging low-cost innovation. This India-East Africa-UK collaboration will generate new shared knowledge across countries and between the academic, industrial, policy, and health sectors. The main outcomes of this project will be practical research-informed scenarios.