Desired Outcomes of Capacity and Skill Building Department
A cadre of pediatric oncology medical and social support professionals by providing manpower support
The increased capacities of this cadre of professions to enable them to provide the specific medical and social support services required by pediatric oncology patients
Improved quality of care provided to children with cancer and their families by equipping a range of care providers with the necessary skills and tools
Improved family participation in pediatric oncology healthcare by building the capacities of parents, patients and survivors
To have a network of strong like-minded grass root level local and International NGOs who are working in the space of childhood Cancer to achieve greater reach and ensure scalability
To have a efficient and effective leadership team to ensure quality of the programs, develop strong external relationships and ensure sustainability for the organization
Capacity & Skill Building Budget
Kanivu is an organization of cancer survivors, volunteers, general public and employees of Regional Cancer Center, Thiruvananthapuram to provide all kind of possible support to the cancer patients and their families.
Pulari is an organization focused for the children suffering with different types of cancer and helps children who need financial and psychological support. Cankids came into the partnership with Pulari towork together to start activities in Govt. Medical College Kozhicode and northern districted of Kerela and to implement its reintegration activities in Malabar region region of Kerela.
Jiv Daya Foundation (JDF) in the US is a significant partner across India and a key donor, supporting CanKids through manpower Capacity Building Project and supports .
ASHIC is an organization based at Bangladesh working to improve the quality of life for children living with cancer. Both the organization came into knowledge partnership for conceptualizing, carrying out, implementing new or existing programs and projects to make an impact in the lives of children with cancer and their families.
SCCS is an organization based at Malaysia working tom improve the quality of life of children with cancer by providing hope, physical and emotional support. This partnership will start for providing guidance and assistance to SCCS for setting up and running their Parent Support Group in Malaysia.
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