When the World Child Cancer Charitable Trust began working in Tonga, Samoa and Fiji, the odds of any child surviving cancer in these islands were zero. Now this group of dedicated medical specialists have been volunteering their time and skills, training local hospital staff and helping save the lives of our smallest Pacific neighbours for a decade. MiNDFOOD editor-in-chief Michael McHugh and photographer Andrew Coffey went to witness their work.
Read the full article in the November issue of MiNDFOOD.
MiNDFOOD is proud to partner with The World Child Cancer Charitable Trust (WCCCT) to raise awareness for children with cancer in the South Pacific. Prior to 2006 only 50 percent of children with cancer in Tonga, Fiji and Samoa were being diagnosed annually, the survival rate was zero.
We are planning a wonderful charity day to raise money for the WCCCT and give you the chance to visit an array of beautiful Auckland homes and meet interesting New Zealanders and celebrity chefs giving their hand to help this worthwhile cause.
You can purchase tickets here.