Health
 Armenia
Project #1912

Providing 500 infected kids with smile in Armenia

by Zartonk-89
Vetted

Summary

Our project provides 500 infected children with smile and hope for leading a healthy life by means of "therapeutic" clowns in one of the infectious hospitals in Yerevan.
$270
total raised
6
donors
0
monthly donors
8
years active

Challenge

The problem we are addressing is children's infectious diseases. The project will involve children from all the regions of Armenia since this infectious hospital is the only one in our country. The implementation of the project will make the ill child recover soon and feel himself as a child first then as apatient.

Solution

We prepare "therapeutic" clowns. They must undergo special trainings. Every day these clowns visit bedridden children thus reducing their sufferings. By means of games they give information about the further avoidance of their disease.

Long-Term Impact

Our project will support the quick recovery of 500 children with infectious diseases and provide with innovative methods of treatment thus facilitating their state and reducing their sufferings.

Additional Documentation

This project has provided additional documentation in a Microsoft Word file (projdoc.doc).

Organization Information

Zartonk-89

Location: Yerevan, N/A - Armenia
Website: http:/​/​www.zartonk89ngo.blogspot.com
Project Leader:
Siranoush Yeritsyan
Project assistant and translator
Yerevan, Armenia

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