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Vlada Zazulea, 1 year old

Vlada was born December 23, 2013 in the village of Chetroasa. A month after her birth, during a regular medical control a doctor heard a heart murmur. The girl was examined and diagnosed with congenital heart disease. Tetralogy of Fallot (TOF). Immediately after that followed the first crisis and Vlada was hospitalized. Twice when she fall into the intensive care unit, was treated in hospital. Vlada is at home now, but she needs an operation in Kiev Cardiology Center. Mandatory diagnostic procedures, surgery and treatment is 5 886 Euro (~ 113 895 MDL). Vlada is the only child in the family. Parents are temporarily not working. Her father periodically goes to work in abroad to support his young family. Despite her illness, the girl is very active and cheerful. Details…

Pasha Caraivan, 8 years old

Paul was born on 26.02.2006. Now the boy is 8 years old and before he never had the special health problems. Pasha grew up as an active and healthy boy. The family was proud of his excellent performance in school and sport. Like any boy, he likes to watch football with his dad. From early childhood he knows all of football teams and he is a fan of «Real». He dreams of becoming a soccer player, despite the fact that more than two years he practices judo and not football. In August 2014 his mother noticed that Pasha changed the voice tone and the lymph nodes on the neck increased. The treatment prescribed by a family doctor, was inconclusive. The child was sent to the Oncological Clinic. There the boy has been diagnosed with «cancer of the lymph nodes». Details…

Valeria Cozari, 10 years old

Valeria was born on January 14, 2004. She is a talented and sensitive child, her dream is to dance on the stage. But her dream was broken in April 2014, when she was diagnosed with «Supraventricular tachycardia.» Since then things have changed: any effort, any emotion could provoke a crisis, when the pulse rose to 240 beats per minute. Chisinau Hospital of V. Ignatenco became her second home. In the resuscitation section doctors did everything they could to stabilize Valeria, but attacks could last for 6-8 hours. After many tests and treatments doctors admitted that they cannot cope with the situation and advised to go to foreign clinics. We went to Cyprus in the American Center of Cardiology. Details…

Assistance to Children’s Hospitals in Moldova

In our work, we have come across so many skilled and truly dedicated doctors who often sacrifice their lives in order to save children. At the same time, the costs of pediatric care are still high and government financing can only cover these expenses in part. Here is where non-government organizations such as ours can help. We can provide the hospitals with medicines, equipment and other vital items. Children who fall ill cannot wait. They rely on us each day. We hope that you can join and support our program. Details…