What We Do
World Child Cancer works with local, regional and international partners to support systems-based solutions
What We Do
Over 400,000 children develop cancer worldwide each year.
It’s possible to save the lives of children with easily treatable cancers using relatively simple and inexpensive drugs and procedures.
Find out more about the four pillars of our strategy below:
Healthcare is a right, not a privilege.
Improving treatmentFind out how we are helping children get the best possible treatment and care, no matter where they live.
Successful treatment starts and ends with the whole family.
Family SupportFind out how we’re working to provide financial, social and emotional support to families in need.
Survival starts with an early and accurate diagnosis.
Early DiagnosisFind out how we’re working with communities, health workers and partners to increase the number of children diagnosed.
Giving childhood cancer the attention it deserves.
AdvocacyFind out how we’re working alongside the WHO to raise childhood cancer survival rates to 60% and save a million lives by 2030.
Will you join us?
Together we can close the gap in childhood cancer care.