Health
 Ukraine
Project #23161

Medications for Oncological Units in Ukraine

by PILLS, Charity Fund
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Summary

Charity fund pills purchase medications and medical supplies for various hospitals throughout the country. Usually, we purchase the most up-to-date and the most effective medications, which are very expensive. These are the medications for anti-fungal and anti-tumor therapy, supportive care and immunotherapy. It is the government who should purchase many of the necessary medications, but as a rule, tenders for such purchases are either held with significant delays, or not held at all.
$5,000.00
total goal
$3,000.00
remaining
12
donors
0
monthly donors
10
months active

Challenge

It is the government who should purchase many of the necessary medications, but as a rule, tenders for such purchases are either held with significant delays, or not held at all. Usually, we purchase the most up-to-date and the most effective medications, which are very expensive.

Solution

This project helps to cover up monthly needs of 40 patients from one children hospital.

Long-Term Impact

The survival rate of children with cancer depends on the timeliness of the use of essential drugs. In developed countries, the survival rate reaches 85-90%. In Ukraine, it is 50%. By providing patients with timely access to the most quality medicines we can raise the survival rate up to the world level.

Additional Documentation

This project has provided additional documentation in a PDF file (projdoc.pdf).

Resources

http:/​/​tabletochki.org/​en
Official website of the fund.

Organization Information

PILLS, Charity Fund

Location: Kyiv - Ukraine
Website: http:/​/​tabletochki.org/​en
Project Leader:
Iryna Lytovchenko
Kyiv, Ukraine

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