Heart2Heart-Children with Congenita Heart Defects

by INTERNATIONAL FELLOWSHIP OF ROTARIAN DOCTORS
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Heart2Heart-Children with Congenita Heart Defects
Heart2Heart-Children with Congenita Heart Defects
Heart2Heart-Children with Congenita Heart Defects
Heart2Heart-Children with Congenita Heart Defects
Heart2Heart-Children with Congenita Heart Defects
Heart2Heart-Children with Congenita Heart Defects
Heart2Heart-Children with Congenita Heart Defects
Heart2Heart-Children with Congenita Heart Defects
Heart2Heart-Children with Congenita Heart Defects
Heart2Heart-Children with Congenita Heart Defects
Heart2Heart-Children with Congenita Heart Defects
Heart2Heart-Children with Congenita Heart Defects
Heart2Heart-Children with Congenita Heart Defects

We are still collecting funds to start the project 

We have not yet reached 50% of budget

Money transfer abroad to Egypt requires a lot of logistics so we need to collect at least 505 before starting transferring the money 

We will start transferring very soon hopefully and these funds will treat around 10 children with heart conditions. 

Our target is the needy children in southern Egypt who do not have access to advanced medical procedures such as cardiac catheterization . 

Should you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact me 

Yours 

Amal El-Sisi

Head of Project Heart2Heart 

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Mohamed 6 M old  had a hole in his heart closed
Mohamed 6 M old had a hole in his heart closed

Dear Sir/Madame 

We have collected around 40% of required funds. The funds once completed will be transferred to Rotary account in Egypt to pay for children cardiac procedures. We are still waiting for more funds before transferring th emoney . If we continue on the same rate hopefully we will complete the funds before end of 2021. 

The funds will be used to treat 15 children with heart defects in Upper Egypt. These children are extremely poor. Th egovernment national health insurance does not cover the state of the art catheter procedures.

We plan to advertise the project and share GlobalGiving donation link on social media and website to attract more donations

Hopefully we reach our target before end of the year to atart the procedures. We have to accumulate the budget to be able to travel once and do all the cases in one visit. 

Yours 

Dr Amal El-Sisi

Head of Heart2Heart project 

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INTERNATIONAL FELLOWSHIP OF ROTARIAN DOCTORS

Location: THATCHAM - United Kingdom
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Project Leader:
Amal El Sisi
Cairo, Egypt
$12,329 raised of $30,000 goal
 
54 donations
$17,671 to go
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