This project aim at improving life of childhood cancer survivors through psycho-social support, home visit and home based palliative care. your support and contribution to this project will improve childhood cancer survivor-ship.
There are 40,000 new cancer cases diagnosed yearly in Kenya this is a grate threat to the community and to the nation of Kenya. 28,000 of these cases are dying yearly, which means a number of people reporting to the health facility at late stage. after treatment many families are left in object poverty and with a lot of debts.
This project will reduce mortality rate by Navigating patients to get services in time. It will also help childhood cancer survivors parents to have a start up for small business to help them recover the lost during treatment.
This project will improve the livelihood of childhood p cancer parents by ensuring their stability in small scale business to help in reducing cost of treatment.