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What We Do

Overcoming barriers to accessible healthcare.

NCRP creates opportunities for
low-income families to receive medical advice from a doctors.

We would like to thank our partners for their generosity, kindness, and leadership. Thanks to our partners we have been able to distribute over 300 chemotherapy care packages to Lagos University Teaching Hospital as well as other cancer treatment centers in Nigeria. We cannot do this without the support of people like you. So, thank you for taking the time to find out more about our work. There is a lot more to do.

Lagos University Teaching Hospital

We create cards/crafts and specialized coloring books designed to inspire pediatric cancer patients to continue fighting through this program. Both the cards and coloring pages in our coloring book are drawn by our very own volunteers!
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This initiative aimed to address the issue of illiteracy and decrease of education amongst the population of Nigerian youth facing cancer. 


With over 300 books donated to our mission, The Nigerian Cancer Relief Project has helped fill Community Libraries in the Lagos region to promote literacy and facilitate wonder and learning. 

The Nigerian Cancer Relief Project partners with many public charities and companies to host toy/book drives. All toys and books we receive from those collections are then thoroughly checked to make sure everything we ship to hospitals are new. Sometimes, we do end up receiving used items which we cannot use because of strict infection guidelines. These are usually donated to other donation centers or non-profits. Presently, due to COVID-19, NCRP is shipping some toys and books to hospitals directly through Amazon to avoid increased risks of infection.

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Chemotherapy Care Packages

Currently these packages contain roughly 25 items ranging from hand sanitizer for immunosuppressive systems, untinted lip balm for dry lips, fidget toys to help kids improve their mood and help stress. Other items include socks, masks, patient hats, mints, stuffed animals, and overall helpful items to help with the stress and strains of cancer. Each item has been carefully chosen and has been successful with the first two rounds of bag handouts. We distribute bags to adolescents and children who are especially neglected in healthcare in Nigeria. The bags themselves are valued at approximately $200 each. Through our generous donors and fundraising projects, we aim to help pediatric cancer patients with eco-friendly chemotherapy care packages and assisting with donations to various hospitals across Nigeria.

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