The global estimate of 175,000–250,000 new childhood cancer cases annually represents a recognized substantial underestimate. This can be attributed to the lack of cancer registries in a large majority of LMICs (low middle income countries), prevalent under diagnosis, misdiagnosis and/or under‐registration of LMIC children with cancer. In these countries, children with cancer are dying undiagnosed, unreported, and unrecorded. Experts and researches estimate that approximately 90% of children with cancer reside in developing countries (LMIC).