Southern Philippines Medical Centre Southern Philippines Medical Centre Northern Mindanao Medical Centre Our project in the Philippines is led by Dr Mae

World Child Cancer

Org #6508
Vetted since 2011 Site Visit Verified
2007
year founded
$45,371
raised on GlobalGiving
10
years fundraising
2
projects funded
* Amounts in US Dollars

Mission

World Child Cancer improves curative treatment and palliative care for children with cancer in low and middle income countries. Our vision is to see a world where every child with cancer has access to the best possible treatment. We achieve this by facilitating and funding international partnerships linking medics, hospitals and parent support groups between resource-rich and resource-poor countries to transfer specialist skills and expertise.

Project Leaders
Zoe Macalpine
Zoe Macalpine
Zoe Macalpine
Zoe Macalpine
Anna Tullgren
Anna Tullgren
Alind Bamarni
Alind Bamarni
Emma Smith
Emma Smith
Team
Piera Freccero, Rebecca Ross, Jon Rosser, Zoe Macalpine
Organization Information
Unit 9, Maltings Place
169 Tower Bridge Road
London, London SE1 3JB
United Kingdom
0203 176 7892
Organization Information
Unit 9, Maltings Place
169 Tower Bridge Road
London, London SE1 3JB
United Kingdom
0203 176 7892

Project Reports

Each of GlobalGiving’s nonprofit partners is required to send quarterly donor reports detailing the impact of their work. Here are some of their recent updates:

Oct 4, 2021
Cancer Care for Children in The Philippines update
Thank you so much for your kind support to World Child Cancer’s project in the Philippines. Mindanao Island, where we are delivering our work, has a population of 27 million and is the second...
Jun 9, 2021
Cancer Care for Children in The Philippines update
Thank you so much for your kind support of World Child Cancer’s project in the Philippines, where we are working to improve the diagnosis, access to treatment and quality of care for children...
Feb 11, 2021
Going into 2021
Going into 2021, World Child Cancer hopes to be able to deliver the best possible care to as many children as possible. COVID-19 obviously still poses an obstacle, but our programmes will continue. To...
 
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