Palliative support for child and family in Moldova
What a whirlwind of a year it has been! The weeks and months of 2018 have flown by and we are so grateful to find ourselves at the end of another year where we can contemplate our accomplishments while planning for a successful new year.
So, what has ICPCN accomplished this year? Here are just a few of the highlights:
We held a our most successful 3rd ICPCN Conference in Durban, South Africa with delegates from over 40 countries. This not only ignited a passion for children's palliative care within the local health care community but gave renewed energy to many to provide the best care possible to children and families facing life-limiting and life-threatening illnesses.
Provided face-to-face training and personal support for the development of children's palliative care in several countries including Hong Kong, China, Moldova, Kuala Lumpur, India, Austria, Italy and Mozambique.
Provided the opportunity for 863 people from 85 countries to register for one of our free online E-learning courses in children's palliative care.
Held our most successful 5th Hats On for Children’s Palliative care day - which reached over 800 000 people on our social media platforms, raising the profile of children's palliative care globally.
Produced an exciting new Strategic Plan to guide the path our work will take and the new heights we aim to reach in the years 2019 - 2023
ICPCN is entirely dependent on donations and grants and our many achievements are only made possible through the hard work and dedication of a very small staff and the generosity of those who donate towards our work. Thank you so much for being one of those people! Please take a moment to receive and feel our sincere gratitude for your assistance in the past. So far, we have received 100 donations for this campaign, totalling $11,614.33. We are indebted to every single person who has helped us reach this amount and for the support of the Global Giving team.
Going forward, we will continue to find ways to create reality from our vision. That all children living with a life-limiting or life-threatening condition and their families will have seamless access to palliative care in order to alleviate serious health-related suffering and enhance their quality of life.
Every amount, small or large, that you donate towards our work will help us to accomplish this. If you would consider an end of year donation to our 'Just One Thing' campaign, we would be most grateful.
We would also like to take this opportunity to wish you a very blessed festive season and a joyful and successful 2019.
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