Our Stories

Meet some of the patients, families and teams who have inspired us in our work to ensure children with cancer in the developing world have equal access to treatment and care.
Patients and Families
18.10.17
Twelve-year-old Prince comes from a large family with six siblings that live in Balaka, a village in Southern Malawi.
Healthcare Professionals
17.10.17
Dr Trijn Israels has been actively involved in a twinning partnership with the Queen Elizabeth Central Hospital (QECH)
Healthcare Professionals
12.10.17
Children with cancer and their families face multiple barriers to accessing diagnosis and treatment. Some travel
Healthcare Professionals
11.10.17
When Esnart finished nursing school in 2016 she started working at the Queen Elizabeth Central Hospital (QECH) in
Patients and Families
29.09.17
Levie is just like any other child. He loves playing football with his friends and going to school. Whilst playing
Healthcare Professionals
25.09.17
Dr Paul Wharin is a retired GP from the UK and has worked in Cameroon for several years. 1000 children are expected to
Patients and Families
07.09.17
Jenny is two years old and lives in Takoradi, one of the major cities in Ghana. Her mother, Patience, wanted to share
Healthcare Professionals
05.09.17
Dr Emma Johnson is the twinning lead for World Child Cancer's programme in Ghana – along with other doctors and nurses
Patients and Families
29.08.17
Nine-year-old Hope lives in Malawi and is the youngest of six children. In October 2016, her mother noticed a small

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