Who do we help?

We are helping some of the poorest children worldwide access cancer diagnosis and care. These children, and their families, struggle to reach appropriate treatment, and then face the huge financial burden that a cancer diagnosis brings.

How do we do this?

We develop twinning partnerships between hospitals in the developing world and childhood cancer hospitals in the developed world. Through these partnerships valuable expertise is shared in order to build the capacity and knowledge of local doctors and nurses. We also fund awareness programmes, advocacy with policy-makers, provide treatment costs, ward equipment, essential staff posts and help to build the resilience of families during an extremely difficult time. 

 

Why do we do this?

Often in the developing world childhood cancer is not diagnosed, or is diagnosed too late for effective treatment to take place. A large percentage of children with cancer never reach a specialist centre to receive care, treatment and pain relief. By raising awareness in communities and providing training for healthcare professionals we can change this. Investment in training through twinning programmes establishes a powerful partnership and enables local teams to access knowledge and resources which increase their capacity to provide effective 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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BangladeshWe are working in Dhaka whilst building professional capacity in 6 regional centres

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CameroonWe are working in 3 rural centres in the northwest and southwest of Cameroon

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Central AmericaThis programme covers 7 countries in the region with support for data management systems

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GhanaWe are working in Accra and Kumasi whilst also helping to develop satellite services across Ghana

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MalawiWe are supporting the Queen Elizabeth Central Hospital in Blantyre

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MexicoWCC USA is supporting 2 hospitals; in Pachuca and Oaxaca

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MyanmarWe are working in Yangon Children's Hospital

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PhilippinesWe are working on the island of Mindanao, linking a satellite network of 5 treatment centres

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Wilms Tumour Africa collaborationCollaboration involving Malawi, Cameroon, Ghana, Ethiopia & Zimbabwe

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  1. Bangladesh
    We are working in Dhaka whilst building professional capacity in 6 regional centres
  2. Cameroon
    We are working in 3 rural centres in the northwest and southwest of Cameroon
  3. Central America
    This programme covers 7 countries in the region with support for data management systems
  4. Ghana
    We are working in Accra and Kumasi whilst also helping to develop satellite services across Ghana
  5. Malawi
    We are supporting the Queen Elizabeth Central Hospital in Blantyre
  6. Mexico
    WCC USA is supporting 2 hospitals; in Pachuca and Oaxaca
  7. Myanmar
    We are working in Yangon Children's Hospital
  8. Philippines
    We are working on the island of Mindanao, linking a satellite network of 5 treatment centres
  9. Wilms Tumour Africa collaboration
    Collaboration involving Malawi, Cameroon, Ghana, Ethiopia & Zimbabwe

Our Stories

Meet some of the children and families who have inspired us and the passionate teams that make our work possible.