Our Global Impact 2022
of every donation went directly to charitable activities.
How we work
Over 400.000 children develop cancer worldwide each year
World Child Cancer NL works together with our main partner the Princess Máxima Center for pediatric oncology and focusses on twinning programmes with partner hospitals in low and middle-income countries. Partner hospitals form the basis of our programmes and are of vital importance.
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 strategic pillars of World Child Cancer below.
Healthcare is a right, not a privilege.
Find 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.
Find out how we’re working to provide financial, social and emotional support to families in need.
Survival starts with an early and accurate diagnosis.
Find 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.
Find out how we’re working alongside the WHO to raise childhood cancer survival rates to 60% and save a million lives by 2030.
We work with
We work with the Outreach Team of our main partner Princess Máxima Center for Pediatric Oncology to transfer knowledge and expertise.
Supporting children with cancer worldwide
We believe that every child with cancer, wherever they live in the world, should have equal access to the best possible treatment and care.
Read some inspiring stories of children and families that we have supported, and continue to help, thanks to our donors. You can also read about our partner doctors, nurses and social workers, who work tirelessly to ensure that the best possible treatment and support is given.
Pediatric oncologist and director Outreach Princess Máxima CenterRead more
Meet Eddy Supriyadi, kinderoncoloog, Dr. Sardjito Hospital, Yogyakarta, Indonesië.Read more
Meet Festus Njuguna, paediatrician Moi Teaching and Referral Hospital (MTRH), Eldoret, KenyaRead more