Medications for Children`s Oncological Units

by Tabletochki Charity Foundation
Medications for Children`s Oncological Units
Medications for Children`s Oncological Units
Medications for Children`s Oncological Units
Medications for Children`s Oncological Units
Medications for Children`s Oncological Units
Medications for Children`s Oncological Units
Medications for Children`s Oncological Units
Medications for Children`s Oncological Units
Medications for Children`s Oncological Units
Medications for Children`s Oncological Units
Medications for Children`s Oncological Units
Medications for Children`s Oncological Units
Medications for Children`s Oncological Units
Medications for Children`s Oncological Units
Medications for Children`s Oncological Units
Medications for Children`s Oncological Units
Medications for Children`s Oncological Units
Medications for Children`s Oncological Units
Medications for Children`s Oncological Units
Medications for Children`s Oncological Units

In October-December 2018 Tabletochki had approximately 400 children under care monthly and collaborated with 17 child oncological units all over Ukraine. 

Tabletochki provided targeted help by purchasing medication for $33 367 for 36 children from different areas of Ukraine. Among the medicines were Avelocs, Atenativ, Revolad, Avastin, Vifend, Metropenem vista and many others.

Also Tabletochki purchased medication for $143 016 for children who currently undergo treatment in child oncological units. We purchased several dozens denominations of medicines such as Civenem, Metropenem, Holoksan, Albunorm, Kolistin, Amfolit and others.

Except the medication we also provide the oncological units with necessary medical consumable materials. In October-December 2018 Tabletochki purchased consumables for $21 747.

Administrative expenses for this project in October-December 2018 made $3 252.

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Tabletochki charity foundation till the second half of 2018 cooperated with fourteen Oncology Units in child hospitals in eight Ukraine regions. In July 2018 we added one more child hospital with two oncology departments in Dnipro who are able to accomodate 40 children.

In July-September 2018 Tabletochki charity foundation overall spent $146160 for the medication. We covered all the applications for medication needed by all the child Oncology Units we cooperate with and purchased medication for $112700 during July-August 2018. This means that at least 360 children with various oncology diagnoses received all required medication in time to continue their treatment.

We purchased more than 100 various drugs such as Voriconazol Vista, Gemotran, Avelocs, Hepazef combi, Vincristin Teva, Temomedac, Asparaginaza, Vifend and many others.

Ukraine Ministry of Health cover not all expenses for medication against child cancer and does not cover at all the medication that is not registered in Ukraine but are recommended for treatment. That is why we purchase not registered in Ukraine medication abroad.

During July-September 2018 we provided 44 children with not registered medication as well as with medication needed very urgently and specific drugs that are needed for a certain child. Tabletochki purchased such kind of medication for $31600.

Administrative cost for medication program in July-September 2018 amounted $1860.

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May and June 2018 have been very intensive. In May 286 patients form 6 oncological units of Ukraine have obtained medications for the sum of 44320 USD, consumables for the sum of 12318 USD and reagents for the sum of 12318 USD. 14 children have obtained direct aid for the sum of 8807 USD. We also have purchased medical equipment for the sum of 9644 USD for Kyiv regional oncological hospital and “Ohmadyt” and have spent 7991 USD for the renovation of the infrastructure of medical units.

In June 238 patients form 7 oncological units of Ukraine have obtained medications for the sum of 32 753 USD, consumables for the sum of 3161 USD and reagents for the sum of 3322 USD. 15 children have obtained direct aid for the sum of 33642 USD. We also have spent 3646 USD to renovate the infrastructure of medical units for medical personnel, children with oncology and their parents to feel more comfortable. Half of all donations the fund gets, we spent for the medications for our wards. Because while we are working on systematic changes there are children who need medications right now. And such a huge help we provide is possible only with your help.

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The beginning of 2018 was productive!

In February with your help 176 patients from 5 oncological hospital departments of Ukraine got medications for the sum of 50993 USD and supplies for 5763 USD. We bought 2739 items, packages and bottles of solutions, antibacterial, antineoplastic, untimetic, untifungal and other medications. 
We also provided 27 children with medications for the sum of 29767 USD, which are not available in Ukraine. We bought computer monitor to Kyiv regional oncological unit for the kids to get their treatment in time, as the old monitor broke down.

March was intense too. 163 patients from 5 oncological hospital departments of Ukraine got medications for the sum of 47555 USD. We bought items, packages and bottles of solutions, antibacterial, antineoplastic, untimetic, untifungal and other medications. 

We also spent 3106 USD for the renovation of Kyiv onchological dispensary and intensive chemotherapy units of Ohmadyt.
We provided 19 children with medications for the sum of 18463 USD, which are not available in Ukraine.

In April 163 patients from 5 oncological hospital departments of Ukraine got medications for the sum of 35192 USD and supplies for 1590 USD. We bought items, packages and bottles of solutions, antibacterial, antineoplastic, untimetic, untifungal and other medications. 
We also provided 17 children with medications for the sum of 41060 USD, which are not available in Ukraine.

We want to thank all our benefactors for the donations, that help us to support small patients, who lack financial, psychological and informational assistance!

 

 

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The end of the 2017 and the beginning of the 2018 year was productive and intense!

In November we bought the medicines and medical equipment for 64 000 USD for 6 Kyiv and regional oncological hospital departments. We bought 2739 items, packages and bottles of solutions, antibacterial, antineoplastic, untimetic, untifungal and other medications. 
We also bought supplies and reagents for 2800 USD, bought medical equipment for 2101 USD and spent 2037 USD for improve the infrastructure of the Okhmadyt hospital.

The biggest purchase of November appeared to be antifungal medication Vifend, which costed 9711 USD for 90 items.

December 2017 was intense. We we bought the medicines and medical equipment for 66459 USD for 5 Kyiv and regional oncological hospital departments.

We bought 2062 items, packages and bottles of solutions, antibacterial, antineoplastic, untimetic, untifungal and other medications. 

We also bought supplies and reagents for 7642 USD, spent 3069 USD to improve the infrastructure of the hospital.

The biggest purchase of December appeared to be thromboshaker for 9593 USD for.

In January we bought the medicines and medical equipment for 58 741 USD for Kyiv and regional oncological hospital departments.

We purchased 5394 items, packages and bottles of solutions, antibacterial, antineoplastic, untimetic, untifungal and other medications. 
We also bought supplies for the hospitals, which costed 13501 USD, spent 17547 USD for hospital renovation and it's infrastuctural imrovement.

The biggest purchase of January appeared to be Infusion set Terumo Terufision, which costed 3600 USD for 400 items.

 January 2018 appeared to be a very successful partnership month for the Fund. In cooperation with another Charity Fund named «Kryla Nadii» and one of the biggest telecommunicational companies - «Kyivstar», we achieved the delivery of the medical equipment to the Western-Ukrainian specialized pediatric center in Lviv.

This medical equipment is aimed to identify the level of methotrexate in blood during the high dosage chemotherapy of a child in order to prevent from intoxication.

We managed to deliver the equipment on time, exactly when the similar but old equipment ran out of reagents as their expiry date was reached and they were not produced anymore.

With the help of the new equipment small patients will be able to get their high dosage chemotherapy without risk to get extra dose of methotrexate, which could be life-threatening.

We’ve set ambitious plans for 2018 year and are looking forward to implement them in life!

We also want to thank all our benefactors for the donations, that help us to support small patients, who lack financial, psychological and informational assistance!

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Tabletochki Charity Foundation

Location: Kyiv - Ukraine
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Sofia Kostenko
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