The history of the Odessa school – boarding school No. 93 for blind children is rooted in the nineteenth century. Today more than 70 children study and live in this educational institution.
Pupils of boarding school No. 93 have big problems with eyes, some of the children see absolutely nothing. Some children grow up without parents – teachers of this boarding school are their main family.
Today, boarding school No. 93 has an extensive list of problems:
They need help
Every day, specialists from the hematology department of the Odessa Regional Clinical Hospital treat children with blood diseases.
The department has an acute need for the following medicines:
– Geptral 500 mg- 20 it
– Kvamatel 200mg – 20 it
– Infusion system – 100 it
– Syringes and gloves
For today our Fund has already purchased and given to the hematology department a part of need...
Pischanenko Asiya was born in 2006 year in Odessa.
In 2015, Asiya was diagnosed with a rare genetic disease, Ataxia Friedreich. Because of this disease, girl cannot move and serve herself on her own, while all her intellectual abilities are age-appropriate.
The disease progresses and every day it gets worse. Friedreich’s ataxia, unfortunately, is not treated and leads to diferrent problems and diseases in cardiology, gastroenterology, and surgery.
The children at Mishpacha Orphanage, boys and girls (about 70 children from 3 to 18 years old), live in two separate buildings. Every morning they go to the Chabad community’s schools. They are integrated in regular classes. No one can distinguish between those from private homes and those from the orphanage. They learn in the kindergarten or school and come “home” everyday to a clean dormitory and housemothers who wait for them. These women feed them, wash their clothes, he...