Help bring Palliative Care to Indonesia's children Help bring Palliative Care to Indonesia's children Help bring Palliative Care to Indonesia's children Help bring Palliative Care to Indonesia's children

Yayasan Rumah Rachel ('Rachel House')

Org #11294
Vetted since 2012 Top Ranked Effective Nonprofit Site Visit Verified
2006
year founded
$102,769
raised on GlobalGiving
9
years fundraising
1
projects funded
* Amounts in US Dollars

Mission

Rachel House was registered in November 2006 as a charitable organization under the name of Yayasan Rumah Rachel in Indonesia with the purpose of providing palliative care to children from poor and needy families living with life-threatening diseases, such as cancer and HIV. It is the first pediatric palliative care service in Indonesia, providing pain and symptom management for children in the final stages of their illness at free of charge. Without the service, many of these children from poor families would spend their last days in horrific pain without medical assistance. Rachel House was founded in the hope that no child would ever have to die in pain, without love and care. It is bu... read more

Projects (2)

Project Leaders
Lynna Chandra
Lynna Chandra
Kartika Kurniasari
Kartika Kurniasari
Ella Cecillia
Ella Cecillia
Team
Kartika Kurniasari, Ella Cecillia, Hapsari Dewi, Susi Susilawati, Rina Wahyuni, Theresia Oktariana
Organization Information
Graha Indramas, Jalan AIP II K. S. Tubun Raya, No. 77
Jakarta, DKI Jakarta 11410
Indonesia
+622153652197
Organization Information
Graha Indramas, Jalan AIP II K. S. Tubun Raya, No. 77
Jakarta, DKI Jakarta 11410
Indonesia
+622153652197

Project Reports

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Mar 29, 2021
We Will Be with You
Auldina looks happy, playing with some of her friends. She is getting chubbier now and her skin looks smoother than before. She makes a hand gesture; she wants to go to the bathroom. She is a smart...
Mar 1, 2021
Ari's Story
Under the scorching sun, nurse Dadan and I walk carefully through a busy road in South Jakarta. Today's visit is promising to be quite challenging for me. Even though I have visited many patients with...
Feb 23, 2021
Erwin's Guardian Angel
When we hear the term “palliative care”, most of us would associate it with end-of-life medical care. This is essentially true, but it’s also much more than that, especially for the...
 
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