Ghana

April 24, 2024

Child Palliative Care Online Training with ICPCN & World Child Cancer

Child Palliative Care Training Sessions World Child Cancer and ICPCN welcome you to a series of online training sessions in Child Palliative Care. 10 child palliative care […]
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.
December 8, 2023

Our Childhood Cancer Awareness Month 2023 Highlights

Join World Child Cancer in reflecting on Childhood Cancer Awareness Month (CCAM)! Together, we collaborated with our partners to shed light on the impact of paediatric cancer. Each week focused on specific themes, fostering global support for children and families facing this challenge.
October 17, 2023

Meet Child Life Specialist, Bernice Ali

‘They see me as an educator, but it goes way beyond that’ – Meet the new Child Life Specialist at Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital, Kumasi, Ghana - Bernice Ali
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.
May 31, 2023

Naa’s Story

We first met Naa in 2016 when she was diagnosed with Wilm's Tumour at 7 years old. In 2021 the cancer returned and Naa underwent treatment again. She has battled cancer twice and is now back in school.
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.