Malawi

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.
October 11, 2023

A nurse, a data officer and a flooded car

Two staff members risk it all to reach a child in need in Malawi.
August 25, 2023

MBC TV Visit Our Team In Malawi

We were extremely grateful when Malawi Broadcasting Corporation (MBC), the country's largest public television station, expressed interest in featuring our Pediatric Oncology ward and conducting interviews with our team, including our Advocacy ambassador, David Thomas.
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.
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.
November 23, 2022

Mayeso’s story

Mayeso likes to watch cartoons and play with toy cars. He was diagnosed with Burkitt Lymphoma at age 4 but now aged 7, he is cancer-free. Find out how your support has helped him and his family.
October 3, 2021

Trainee Paediatric Oncologist, Dr Beatrice

"World Child Cancer has made it possible for me to go and do my oncology training and that’s a very big thing...After my training I feel very passionate about trying to improve awareness and impact the whole system." Dr Beatrice Chikaphonya-Phiri, a trainee paediatric oncologist in Malawi.