WOWS Kids Fiji to intensify their awareness campaign on childhood cancer

WOWS Kids Fiji to intensify their awareness campaign on childhood cancer

By Rashika Kumar
Saturday 13/02/2021
[Image: WOWs Kids Fiji]

WOWS Kids Fiji will intensify their awareness campaign on childhood cancer in Fiji as they have been recognised as a member of the childhood cancer global community through their association with Childhood Cancer International.

WOWS Kids Co-founder, Sina Kami says the International Childhood Cancer Day is on Monday and it marks the beginning of their worldwide three-year campaign, “Tree of Life”.

She says the “Tree of Life” notion, amplifies the message of hope and the urgent need to accelerate life-saving progress for children and young people with cancer and survivors worldwide.

Kami says this is an opportunity for WOWS Kids to drive the message locally that childhood cancer can be cured and we can help to improve the quality of life for the cancer patients, survivors and their families, if everyone works together.

She adds that in support of this global 3-year campaign, WOWS Kinds will embark on strategies to intensify the awareness of childhood cancer in Fiji and at the same time pursue the strengthening of collaboration amongst the stakeholders whom they heavily rely on to help them fight against childhood cancer.

If you want to help WOWS Kids, you can call them on 4503489.

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