The Asia Pacific Regional Program leverages partnerships across 13 countries to support a region that now bears nearly half of the known global burden of childhood cancer.
Central and South America
The Central and South America (CASA) Regional Program includes institutional collaborators in 18 countries working to raise the level of care for children with cancer and other catastrophic diseases.
The China Regional Program utilizes a foundation of strong relationships to improve outcomes for the nearly 50,000 children diagnosed with cancer in the country each year through access to clinical trials and reducing the burden of care.
The Eastern Mediterranean Regional Program includes 28 countries working to increase access to quality care by supporting the creation of partnerships and cooperative networks of health care providers.
The Euro Regional Program is at work in 15 countries across Europe and Central Asia
focusing on capacity building, education and research to improve care and outcomes for children with cancer and other catastrophic diseases.
The Mexico Regional Program is working to increase the survival rate for the 7,000 pediatric cancer patients diagnosed in the country each year by leveraging a shared vision of collaboration, modernization, quality improvement and evidence-based interventions.
The Sub-Saharan Africa Regional Program includes 10 countries working to expand capacity to treat and manage childhood cancer in a region where nearly a quarter of the world’s children, ages 0-14, now live.