Who do we help?
We help some of the poorest, most vulnerable children worldwide access cancer diagnosis, treatment and support.
Why do we do this?
Childhood cancer survival rates are as high as 80% in developed countries but as low as 10% in the developing world. We want to even the odds for children with cancer.
How do we do this?
By forming twinning partnerships between hospitals in developing countries and those in the developed world, funding awareness raising programmes and covering essential treatment costs, we give more children a faster route to better treatment.
Where we work
We are supporting 9 programmes across Africa, Asia, and central America. All of these countries face huge challenges trying to support children with cancer. We work closely with dedicated and skilled professionals in each of our partner countries who drive the development of quality cancer programmes.
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Find out more Bangladesh 2012-2017
Find out more CameroonWe are working in 3 rural centres in the northwest and southwest of Cameroon
Find out more GhanaWe are working in Accra and Kumasi whilst also helping to develop satellite services across Ghana
Find out more MalawiWe are supporting the Queen Elizabeth Central Hospital in Blantyre
Find out more MexicoWCC USA is supporting 2 hospitals; in Pachuca and Oaxaca
Find out more MyanmarWe are working in Yangon Children's Hospital
Find out more PhilippinesWe are working on the island of Mindanao, linking a satellite network of 5 treatment centres
Find out more Wilms Tumour Africa collaborationCollaboration involving Malawi, Cameroon, Ghana, Ethiopia & Zimbabwe
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- Bangladesh 2012-2017
We are working in 3 rural centres in the northwest and southwest of Cameroon
We are working in Accra and Kumasi whilst also helping to develop satellite services across Ghana
We are supporting the Queen Elizabeth Central Hospital in Blantyre
WCC USA is supporting 2 hospitals; in Pachuca and Oaxaca
We are working in Yangon Children's Hospital
We are working on the island of Mindanao, linking a satellite network of 5 treatment centres
- Wilms Tumour Africa collaboration
Collaboration involving Malawi, Cameroon, Ghana, Ethiopia & Zimbabwe
Meet some of the children and their families who have inspired us, as well as the committed medical teams, whom make our work possible.