Updated news regarding “medicaments for NBH” project here!
The Ukrainian government pays 0.08 euros for medications per child per day. For 200 children, the budget per month is 500 euros, which is not nearly enough. Medications have become 5x more expensive since the crisis began 3 years ago, yet budget remained the same!
Updated news regarding “baby-mum” project here!
mother and child
There is nothing more important in life of any child than mother.
We are proud to announce the launch of a new and unprecedented project at NBH designed for mums with a handicapped child.
Lack of clothes and especially shoes for children have always been a problem for all Ukrainian orphanages. If we are talking about boarding school for children between 5 and 18, plus economical situation when all the prices in Ukraine have exploded, you can say without any hesitation this is one of the biggest problem nowadays.
That’s why when ZuBS applied to Les Amis de Svieta with the request to help them to buy shoes for children, we knew right away we had to help somehow. Luckily enough we had an opportunity to get 50 pair of shoes at a very good price , which were paid by our friend and sponsor Hanni.
Thank you Hanni for your kindness, generosity, care and participation. Your contribution constantly has been helping Ukrainian children all these years!
The Smith family, now living in Florida, has sent this picture to be added to our galery.
Jim, Sarah, Helen and Zac Smith
Almost six months have passed since the launching of the new art therapy rehabilitation program. It has become the most favorite occupation for all children at NBH. The project has overcome all, even the most optimistic prognoses and expectations. Children just love it. And the results are also incredible: the most “difficult” and closed children reveal their inner world, gain trust toward grown-ups.
Updated news regarding Yaroslav here!
Last week, March 17th, we made a trip to Kiev with two children from NBH to Kiev Cardio Center (KCC).
That was neither the first trip to Kiev for Yaroslav nor for Artem. Especially for Yaroslav it was a very important trip.
children in the train
Olga Ivanovna has recovered and her hair is growing nicely. No need for a wig anymore, which is good!
Almost two months have passed since Olga Ivanovna came back home after her radiation treatment in Kiev.
Olga Ivanovna is very happy with progress of her recovery! All the burns under her arm are now healed and she is working full time again. The poison of the chemo is leaving the body and Olga feels much better; all blood tests are within the physiological range.
Olga at her office
Updated news here!
We were able to secure finances for 1 more kitchenttes, that was finished recently. That leaves only 1 kitchenette to be renovated.
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