Programmes

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.
July 31, 2023

Mental Health Conference

Mental health is a crucial aspect of the care offered by World Child Cancer, yet gaps in existing practice require that more can and should be done to tailor our aid programmes.
July 9, 2023

Myanmar Nutrition Webinar

World Child Cancer is actively extending its support to healthcare providers in Myanmar by conducting a series of webinars in the latter part of May and early June.
May 24, 2023

UK Aid Match team visit to Bangladesh

In January, UK Aid Match Fund Director Sarah Donachie, accompanied by Fiduciary Risk Officer Bridget Hall, and FCDO colleagues Bruce Reilly and Nicola Currie for the Open Societies team, visited Bangladesh to see how three fund projects were getting on.
April 14, 2023

Thank you Sarah! Our programme intern shares her experience.

Our lovely Programmes Intern, Sarah, has come to the end of her internship with us here at World Child Cancer. We asked her to share a little about her experience of working with our programmes team.
March 28, 2023

Thank you for reducing child mortality in Malawi whilst increasing wellbeing and quality of life

The UK Government and the British People raised over £360,000 with World Child Cancer for childhood cancer in Malawi. Find out what has been achieved so far
March 3, 2023

Our Programme Advisor and Psychosocial Support Advisor visited Malawi

Last year, our Country Programme Advisor Ghazaleh Kad and Psychosocial Support Advisor Megan Cruise visited Malawi to gain a direct insight into the people and projects that World Child Cancer supports in the country. During their visit, they also provided training to staff and attended home visits for cancer patients and their families.
January 26, 2023

Graduation of Second Associate Paediatric Oncology Nursing Programme in Ghana

World Child Cancer are celebrating the graduation of 12 nurses from the second specialist Associate Paediatric Oncology Nursing Programme in Ghana. With funding from the UBS Optimus Foundation and training delivered by the Ghana College of Nurses and Midwives, the programme supports the early diagnosis of children with cancer, followed by evidence-based therapy and supportive care.
May 14, 2021

World Child Cancer to partner with the Stavros Niarchos Foundation (SNF) to improve access to quality childhood cancer services across Africa

Supporting the continued development of childhood cancer services in countries where survival rates...