It all started when...
...in July 2017, we went to Ghana to check out the great work our partner World Child Cancer is doing there.
In Ghana, children with cancer have no access to free medical care. They need to pay for it. Pay for the diagnosis, for the specialists, for the treatment, for everything.
In a country with only three specialists and two hospitals capable of offering cancer treatment, families living in poverty need to travel up to 17 hours just to be seen by a doctor.
From 2018 and in partnership with World Child Cancer and Korle Bu Teaching Hospital, we are starting to help children with cancer and their families by paying their transport costs.