Maksym likes to run around, to play games and construction toys. The boy dreams of becoming a train driver and traveling the world. So, he was happy to go to school to acquire new knowledge. But the constant problems with the eyes which appeared a year after his birth did not allow him enjoying life to the full extent. For six years (!) the boy was treated for different diseases – and only then a brain tumor was detected.
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Andriiko Melnyk is two years old. He does not know what it means to be a healthy child. From birth, the baby often suffered from SARS and tonsillitis. And then strange things happened to the baby. At the age of one and a half years, he stopped talking and repeating words, stopped playing with his sister, responding to his name when his parents called him. The boy began to stack toys in a row; he lost eye contact with others. Concerned parents went to the doctor at the place of residence.
In July, Vova Tabunshchyk turned 10 years old. He is an active and curious boy, loves to run and jump. And he fell ill, like all onco-children, unexpectedly. "In the fall of 2017, my son’s shoulders started to hurt a lot, of course, we decided that the backpack was heavy and we began to put less books in school", says Vova’s mother. "But that did not solve the problem, the pain continued".
Inna’s story began with a routine Mantoux screening for tuberculosis. The body’s reaction worried the doctors. The physiologic pulmonologist sent her to a tuberculosis sanatorium where treatment was promptly initiated. Heavy drug dosages caused severe nausea and terrible leg pain. Inna, who is always active and cheerful, did not lose her upbeat mood, even when her schoolmates turned away from her calling her by an abusive name.
Many countries are ahead of Ukraine in many aspects. Looking at the lifespan of patients with genetic diseases, the difference is shocking. Few Ukrainians with cystic fibrosis (CF) survive to adulthood. Their life expectancy in Ukraine is only one-third to one-half as long as in the EU and USA – were leading full lives of 40-50 years is common. CF is currently incurable, affecting all internal organs, enveloping them with thick mucus in which deadly bacteria multiply.
How much is the life of a prematurely born baby? How much does a child’s life cost? She is priceless! But it completely depends on the material support of the hospital. After all, nursing children who were born well in advance is completely dependent on the devices. This project is aimed at saving the small patients of Mariupol territorial medical association of child and woman health, the purchase of a pulse oximeter and a syringe pump. Without them, saving children is simply impossible! Please help doctors save children!
Charity dining is often the only place where our funders can get their food. And more often than not – this food is for the sole purpose of the whole day... The destinies and circumstances of these elderly, sick, infirm people have evolved in different ways. But now they are all united by the need to ask for the help of those who are not indifferent to someone else's misery, because, because of illness and old age, they can no longer provide themselves with even the most necessary food for life.
In November 2018, Kyivstar, together with the Ukrainian Philanthropic Marketplace, launched the project "Children's Hope" to help children with heart and cancer diseases in Ukrainian hospitals.
In the framework of the project in the direction of Cardiology In August,19 2019 assistance was received by the Municipal Non-Profit Enterprise of the Lviv Regional Council "Western Ukrainian Specialized Children's Medical Center".
Each of us has our own dream. Yeva is just over four and a half years old. This biggest dream of a little girl is to see well. It so happened that from the first days of birth, the life of this baby is not easy. At birth, she was diagnosed with fetal dropsy, presumably due to intrauterine infection. Newborn Eva was then placed in the intensive care unit, where she spent 18 days, 7 of which were on artificial respiration.
In November 2018, Kyivstar, together with the Ukrainian Philanthropic Marketplace, launched the project "Children's Hope" to help children with heart and cancer diseases in Ukrainian hospitals. In the framework of the project in the direction of Cardiology In August,20 2019, the Lviv Oblast Children's Clinical Hospital "OHMATDYT" was received assistance.
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