The COVID-19 pandemic is an unprecedented time for all of us. The new virus has spread to almost every country in the world and has claimed thousands of lives. On the front line today are healthcare workers. That’s why EPAM Ukraine along with Podil region civil society and Krona Foundation plan to provide hospitals, which are the first to take on the fight against coronavirus, with the necessary equipment and tools for rapid action and protection.
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Ukrainian Charitable Fund "Krona" was created in 2007 with the group of companies "NIKO" and trading partners and dealers in 18 regions of Ukraine.
Programs aimed at solving problems of children from socially vulnerable groups - children with hematology diseases, the disabled, orphans and deprived of parental care. More than ten thousand children and parents were direct beneficiaries of charitable programs "Krona".
The COVID-19 pandemic is an unprecedented time for all of us. The new virus has spread to almost every country in the world and has claimed thousands of lives. The front line of the virus today is health care workers. Together with EPAM Ukraine with CF "Krona" plan to provide Kiev hospitals, which are the first to take on the fight against coronavirus, with the necessary equipment and tools for rapid action and protection.
At this challenging time, when our country is devoting all its resources and reserves to the fight against the coronavirus, businesses cannot stay indifferent. The Govitall IT company is raising funds for the needs of hospitals that are working day and night, assisting patients, and taking care of the health of our citizens.
The purpose is to raise the necessary funds to purchase the required materials to counteract COVID-19.
Alinа is from Mariupol only 7 years. Bright, artistic, girl-cutter. But a rare and serious illness – the histiocytosis of Langerhans cells – completely entangled her with gypsum and threatens her life. There is no help for her in Ukraine. Though the Spanish Sant Joan de Deu Hospital is ready to provide it. Alina's artistry immediately captures the hearts of people. She is a consolation for parents and grandmothers, a favorite of caregivers and friends. But a year ago, everyone noticed how much Alina had changed.
The girl has not opened her mouth for seventeen years. Sofia-Maria cannot eat normally, talk, brush her teeth, smile. She has a rare congenital malformation of the jaws – the bones of the joint are fused, so the slightest attempt to open her mouth brings unbearable pain. Recently there appeared a chance for Sofia-Maria to smile for the first time in 17 years. And the name of the chance is "titanium endoprosthesis of the jaw joints". Her case was called atypical. Doctors only advised to somehow adapt to the disease and live on. Dozens of specialists, 4 surgeries and no results.
Daryna Ogilko will soon turn 4. Three of them, she is fighting non-Hodgkin's lymphoma. Hormones changed the face of the child beyond recognition, but they cannot be canceled, because wounds immediately appear on the skin. These are manifestations of the chronic graft versus host reaction. The only treatment that can help is a course of photopheresis, which is not available in Ukraine. In early childhood, a girl found a tumor on her head. Soon, analysis showed that it was an aggressive B-cell lymphoma.
"THE MARATHON IS OVER. IT IS DEFEAT". Such words 25-year-old Iryna Sholik wrote on her Facebook page. “I was looking for all possible ways, knocking on all doors, doing everything I could do. However, I have to admit my defeat. I did not cope with the task." Iryna set herself the goal and timing of her marathon when the world was losing sounds and colors for her. For 270 days girl tried to raise money for a cochlear implant.
Again, together with the Ukrainian Philanthropic Marketplace and the Krona Foundation, as part of the charity project “Gift of Doom,” we are launching a Beauty to Save Life campaign, which will give millions of people hope for a timely diagnosis of cancer. For this you need to collect 204 500 UAH. Currently, there is only one laboratory for the diagnosis of onco-hematological diseases in children in Ukraine, and the diagnosis of adults, in general, has fallen short of current requirements and standards for years. Its importance in cancer treatment cannot be overstated.
Kurazh Bazar supports the project "Yellow Hippo".
Now in Kiev there are a few vehicles that allow you to transport people in wheelchairs with the electric drive. Most of the taxis and public transports are not equipped with special seats and equipment.
Imagine that all your life you have to breathe through a mask of two dozen thick layers. It cannot be removed, cleaned, changed. Periodically you are stifled with cough that cannot be stopped for hours... That’s how Vladik Bogomazov lives for 10 years. He is sick with cystic fibrosis. Every day the infection devours the lungs and breathing becomes harder.