Achievements in 2013

January

The operations within the programme `Stop Infarction` in Zaporozhye is continued.

Within the programme `The Heart of the Child` heart surgery is conducted for an orphan child.

February

Four families have received the consultations on the issues of fertility and reproductive health.

Within the programme `The Birth of the Child EKO-IKSI` three women have received the consultations.

One charitable NGO was given a support.

March

Humanitarian aid is distributed amongst 7 applicants.

Within the programme `The Birth of the Child EKO-IKSI` 12 married couples and 5 women have received the consultations.

Within the programme `The Heart of the Child` 15 children have received the consultations.

April

The page of the organizations in created in a social network `Odnoklassniki`.

May

One couple has received our medical support in getting a baby.

11 applicants from the families with disabled children have received our support. Some of the children with disabilities received surgical help, others were provided with medicines.

Within the programme `The Heart of the Child` several consultations are given.

June

Within the programmes `The Heart of the Child` and `Woman-EKO` a number of consultations is given.

July

August

September

16 families have received consultations on the issues of fertility and reproductive health.

3 public organizations have received a professional consultation.

October

4 families have received consultations on the issues of fertility and reproductive health. 19 children with congenital heart diseases have received a consultation.

The project `International Aggregating Agent` was started.

November

The negotiations regarding participation in the project `International Aggregating Agent` were conducted with the clinics in Russia, Israel, Germany and Spain. Leading specialists from Ukraine, Russian, and Israel had joined the project.

December

First aid delivery for the injured people from protestants and police forces.

TOTAL

In 2013 International Medical Care has received 125 378 Ukrainian Hrivnya:

- 56 700 Hrivnya was spent for purchasing of medicines and dressing materials necessary for planned surgeries;

- 53 350 Hrivnya was spent for provision of humanitarian aid for families with the children with disabilities;

- 15 328 Hrivnya was spent on charter-based activities of International Medical Care.