World Child Cancer believes that every child with cancer, no matter where they live, should have equal access to care and treatment. World Child Cancer improves the diagnosis, treatment and support of children with cancer in low and middle-income countries and provides assistance to their families. They directly impact over 6,500 children and approximately 26,000 family members annually around the world. Through World Child Cancer’s involvement, survival increases very quickly to over 60%. WCC works in the Philippines, Bangladesh, Myanmar, Ghana, Vietnam, Cameroon, Malawi and Mexico.