The envisaged outcomes of the programme are:
All children with cancer are diagnosed early (stage 1 and 2) and referred rapidly to the appropriate treatment centre.
All medical, nursing and primary health care staff throughout the health system are aware of the symptoms of childhood cancer, and know the appropriate action to take upon diagnosis and referral of the children.
The training and ongoing education of doctors, nurses and primary health care workers includes the awareness and symptoms of childhood cancer.
The general public, especially those in rural areas, are aware of the early warning signs of childhood cancer.