Do you remember Karina, who was born with Apert syndrome and who did quite a few trips and operations, at the time she lived at NBH?
When the girl grew up she was moved to special boarding school for disabled children, which is situated in a little town of Zurupinsk (Kherson’s region). This spring we went to visit her and thus got to know this orphanage (ZuBS), its wonderful inhabitants and very friendly director.
Karina at her new home has grown up tremendously
NBH has a new big project, the ‘Art Therapy Rehabilitation Room’ project, a continuation of the existing rehabilitation programs.
Nikolaev’s Baby House (NBH) has become known all over Ukraine as a pioneer orphanage and one of the best in the country rehabilitation center and all this due to the numerous rehabilitation programs which successfully work, helping its little inhabitants to survive the terrible stress and trauma of being abandoned, and to overcome psychological and physical disabilities in order to be able to adjust socially in the future life.
Classes of Montessori, hydro, and physic therapies, rooms of sensor development and interactive floor, outdoor swimming pool and massage center, built up to the latest European standards new isolation room and many others: we are proud we have achieved that much due to your kindness and participation, our dear Sponsors!
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Updated news April 4th, 2015 isolation room project completed!
The main purpose of the isolation room is to prevent contagious diseases from being spread from a child to other children. If a child gets ill and doctors suspect any kind of infection it must immediately be separated from the rest of the children. In this case it is put in the isolation room. There a child will be properly examined, diagnosed and treated till there is no more danger for the other children in their group.
In March 2015 Les Amis de Svieta got a new letter of request from NBH.
scanned copy of the letter
In this letter, Olga Ivanovna, Director of the orphanage, writes about so called “Prevenar 13” vaccine, which protects children from severe forms of pneumococcal infections and is strongly recommended for children, whose diseases cause the weakness of immune system. The vaccine is very expensive and NBH cannot buy Prevenar 13 from its budget.
There are 10-20 children at NBH who, due to their diagnoses, permanently suffer from different forms of pneumonia, bronchitis and otitis. For them vaccination badly needed.
Please help and make a donation to buy vaccine for children….
This week Max made his second trip to Kiev. Since last time the boy has grown up tremendously and gained quite a bit of weight.
Max in flat in Kiev
Updated news here!
Vika travelled by train to Kharkov, with Artem and a nurse. Artem needs his orthopedic problems to be examined at the specialized hospital in Khrarkov.
Artem on train
We heartily thank our donators and friends for their continuous support in 2014 and hope it will continue in 2015!
Take it easy and relax during holidays in order to start 2015 full of spirit and energy.
Bonne Année 2015 !!!
Happy New Year 2015 !!!
Glückliches Neues Jahr 2015 !!!
С новым годом 2015 !!!
Feliz año nuevo 2015 !!!
Masaya bagong taon 2015 !!!
LAdS Switzerland steering committee
Vika travelled during the night by train to Kiev, with a girl called Maria and a nurse. It was Vika’s birthday… The three of them went to the hospital, where Maria was checked for genetic problems, as her mother as an alcoholic. Maria also suffers from a congenital heart disease.
We are happy and proud to inform, that for the 6th year in a row our friends Helen und Jim Smith from Svieta USA bought anti-flu vaccine for NBH.
100 doses of anti-flu vaccine
On November 30th all Ukrainians have commemorated the events which led to the dramatic changes in the life of the country and its people.
New Year tree on Maydan back in 2013
Those events (some people call it revolution, others call it putsch) have forever changed Ukraine and Ukrainian people, their views, attitudes and aims; they have had to deal with territorial, political and economic modifications, which not always lead to a better life.