As we told you last time, thanks to you we have finally reached our goal. A cheque was given to the hospital representative.
But our commitment to the covid emergency continues around the world! So if you want to follow us and help us we will be very happy! We would like to recommend you the project Hands for life in Benin that aims at the construction of a neonatology department in the pediatric hospital L'Abbraccio in Sokponta (Benin). This structure will be used to monitor the health of infants who are premature, underweight or have specific infections or malformations and to make women aware of the importance of receiving medical treatment during and after gestation. Furthermore we want to implement health awareness activities in rural villages to prevent infectious disease and Covid-19. Here you are the link for further information:.
We have achieved our goal! Thanks to the donations received, we were able to allow the Melzo Hospital (Lombardia, Italy) to buy a respirator.
On Tuesday 19th May 2020, the representatives of the association gave the maxi-cheque to Angelo Cordone, general director of the Asst Melegnano Martesana, who thanked them for the solidarity and closeness shown.
The donation of Aleimar’s supporters will contribute to the purchase of a new respirator for the Intensive Care Unit of the Melzo Hospital. They are very expensive equipment, sometimes over 30 thousand euros, but necessary not only for this period of emergency, but for the ordinary activity of the ward.
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