Cameroon

April 24, 2024

Improving Outcomes for Child Blood Transfusions in Ghana

Thank you for allowing us to work towards reducing child mortality in Malawi whilst increasing wellbeing and quality of life
March 30, 2024

Chelsea Countdown: March Update

Thank you for allowing us to work towards reducing child mortality in Malawi whilst increasing wellbeing and quality of life
March 28, 2024

Bringing Care Closer to Home in Cameroon

Thank you for allowing us to work towards reducing child mortality in Malawi whilst increasing wellbeing and quality of life
October 13, 2023

Andre’s story

After standing up for three-year-old Andre’s health in the face of his cancer diagnosis, his mother Jeanne* was left on her own with her four children. Learn more about how Jeanne navigated this difficult time and Andre’s diagnosis as well as how World Child Cancer got involved.
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.
October 3, 2023

In conversation with UBS Optimus Foundation

'When an organization such as World Child Cancer receives philanthoropic support, it initiates a chain that touches numerous lives, potentially for generations.'
September 20, 2023

Thanks to support from Bristol Myers Squibb

Celebrating what has been achieved through the independent grant provided by Bristol Myers Squibb to World Child Cancer.
September 18, 2023

The Xploro App

Equipping patients and parents with knowledge around childhood cancer and what to expect following a diagnosis is a vital part of the process of successfully treating and managing cancer.
September 15, 2023

Mirabel’s story

Two-and-a-half-year-old Mirabel * lives in Cameroon with her family and was diagnosed with Retinoblastoma, a form of eye cancer. Find out more about how Mirabel’s family learned about her diagnosis, how World Child Cancer supports them and where they are now.