Lidia Reviews Ruslan's TB Drugs with Alena Lidia Presses Bell at Hospital Psychiatric Ward Liubovi Takes TB Drugs Lidia Places TB Drugs in Gavriil's Hand

Speranta Terrei

Org #5666
Vetted since 2010 Top Ranked Effective Nonprofit Site Visit Verified
2004
year founded
$138,576
raised on GlobalGiving
10
years fundraising
0
projects funded
* Amounts in US Dollars

Mission

Speranta Terrei is a grassroots, community organization in Balti, in northern Moldova. It raises awareness of tuberculosis, gives treatment adherence support to tuberculosis patients, and promotes their rights and duties. Speranta Terrei cooperates with health officials while advocating for greater patient support and shared responsibility for treatment adherence in line with international standards.

Projects (1)

Project Leaders
Feodora Rodiucova
Feodora Rodiucova
Team
Feodora Rodiucova, Asma Henry, Alexandra Bezbojnaia, Galina Zaporojan, Irina Mutruc, Natalia Oboroc, Nadejda Priscu, Margarita Preakin, Valeri Ghidulianov, Igor Zaporojan
Organization Information
Str. Borodin N. 26
Ap. 13A
Balti, 3100
Moldova, Republic of
+373-231-72038
Organization Information
Str. Borodin N. 26
Ap. 13A
Balti, 3100
Moldova, Republic of
+373-231-72038

Project Reports

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Jun 3, 2021
Lidia's Daily Rounds
Lidia’s daily rounds of Directly Observed Therapy (DOT) to tuberculosis (TB) patients take her from a patient’s house to a patient living on the street to a patient in the hospital. Lidia...
Feb 8, 2021
Screening the Vulnerable for Tuberculosis
Speranta Terrei is screening vulnerable groups for tuberculosis (TB), an important step in finding and treating undiagnosed TB cases and thus in stopping transmission. We are screening contacts of TB...
Oct 12, 2020
Students Give to Children in Tuberculosis Families
Back in January and February, students at Ion Creanga High School in Balti gathered clothes, toys, games, notebooks, and pencils for children in families undergoing treatment for tuberculosis (TB)....
 
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