Reports and accounts
2016 was another successful year for World Child Cancer. We helped 5,524 children with cancer to access improved services and 3,800 healthcare professionals accessed training opportunities.
2015 was our most successful year yet and we spent 50% more on our programmes this year than we did in 2014. As a result, we were able to reach even more children.
In 2014 we commenced two new programmes in Myanmar and the African Wilms’ Tumour project. Read on to find out more.
In 2013 we started our programme in Central America and the financial statements provide more detail on this.
2012 heralded the start of our programmes in Cameroon and Bangladesh. Read on to find out more.