The need: Childhood cancer in the developing world Over 300,000 children worldwide develop cancer each year. If the illness is detected early enough, many of these children can be cured - as many as 80% of children with cancer in the developed world survive. However, in developing countries, survival rates ...
WE NEED MORE SUCCESS STORIES LIKE REBECCA’S
- My Story
My name is Vernell Newton. My parents and I are originally from Ghana, my mum coming from Eastern region and father from Western region. I currently study at the University of Essex and a finalist for Miss Africa Great Britain 🇬🇧.
“In developing countries such as Ghana fewer than 1 in 10 children with cancer are diagnosed, treated or given pain relief. World Child Cancer improves cancer care for some of the world’s poorest children by creating international twinning partnerships between medics, hospitals and parent support groups.”
We need more success stories. My aim of this is to help more children like rebecca. Help children that have been diagnosed with cancer to live a normal life they once lived To also financial support families that may not be able to afford treatment to save their childrens lives.
It would be amazing if you could donate, this is important to me as young children deserve to live a happy childhood and get the education they need. We dont not want to see our children overcome by this horrible disease!