Read personals accounts from our team following programme visits.

30.04.18Megan Cruise
Having spent several months volunteering in developing countries across Africa and Asia, Megan Cruise has been speaking
11.04.18Mark McGuinness
As well as this being my first programme visit with World Child Cancer, my trip to Myanmar was also my first visit to a
06.04.18Megan Cruise
Megan Cruise is a trained counsellor with several years’ experience of supporting children with cancer and their
06.04.18Jon Rosser
On the 28th April, I will be climbing the summit of Jebel Toubkal, North Africa’s tallest mountain! This won’t be easy
23.02.18Jon Rosser
At World Child Cancer we have been saddened and horrified by the shameful behaviour of a small group of former staff at
22.02.18Kieran Sandhu
We at World Child Cancer appreciate the contribution of our student volunteers to our organisations and most
19.02.18Kieran Sandhu
Our volunteers are a vital part of what we do. From the volunteer healthcare professionals that visit the countries we
02.02.18Megan Cruise
Counsellor Megan Cruise’s volunteer journey with World Child Cancer continues at the Queen Elizabeth Central Hospital (
08.12.17Megan Cruise
During my time in Ghana I became very mindful of the lack of awareness of childhood cancer with many children coming to