Programmes

December 14, 2023

Recapping 2023: Our Year in Review

As 2023 comes to a close, World Child Cancer reflects on the impactful work and significant events that have defined this remarkable year. From the BBC Radio 4 appeal to forging new partnerships, we're taking a moment to highlight the key moments that have shaped our journey.
October 16, 2023

MRA’s Compassionate Gesture: Shielding Hope in Malawi’s Pediatric Oncology War

Support for World Child Cancer's mission can come from anyone and in all shapes and forms.
October 13, 2023

World Child Cancer is collaborating with Amgen

International NGO World Child Cancer is collaborating with leading biotechnology company Amgen to launch a five-year program aimed at saving and improving the lives of children with cancer in low- and middle-income countries (LMICs) in Africa and Asia.
September 1, 2023

Stavros Niarchos Foundation (SNF) Update

“If my child is a survivor, any child can survive.” World Child Cancer works to boost survival rates across Africa
August 23, 2023

The Current State of Cyclone Freddy in Malawi

Cyclone Freddy struck Malawi hard in recent months, destroying entire communities, washing away people’s homes, and killing hundreds of people and livestock. The number of people killed by Cyclone Freddy this year was the greatest to ever be reported in Malawi’s history of cyclones.
August 18, 2023

Leadership, Management and Psychosocial Support Training for Nurses in Bangladesh

Here at World Child Cancer, we believe that healthcare is a right not a privilege. This is why we work to improve the availability of high-quality care for children with cancer.
August 18, 2023

Paediatric Oncology Nurse Training in Cameroon

One of the critical aspects of improving childhood cancer outcomes in Cameroon is ensuring that nurses have access to high-quality paediatric oncology training.
August 4, 2023

Our Thanatology Project with Fuerza MEMO in Mexico

Cancer is a complicated topic which can feel overwhelming at any stage. For anyone, including those close to you, it can bring up feelings of negativity and uncertainty about the future.
August 1, 2023

UK Aid Match visit World Child Cancer in Malawi

In May, Gem Clark, Fund Portfolio Manager for UK Aid Match, and Emma Hayward, Performance and Risk Manager for UK Aid Match travelled to Malawi to visit four grant holders: CBM Global, Sightsavers, UNICEF and World Child Cancer.