Closing the borders between Israel and the PA and the rest of the world was very concerning to us
When the pandemic began and Israel’s borders were temporarily closed, SACH was very concerned for the children who could no longer travel to Israel for urgently needed heart care.
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After three months of waiting in Ghana for Israel’s border to re-open, Daniella traveled to Israel with her mother, Evelyn to treat her condition, tetralogy of Fallot (TOF).
I was so grateful to have the opportunity to bring my daughter to Israel.
At 5 months old, Mahmad was referred to SACH and was brought to Wolfson Medical Center where he underwent a surgical intervention that saved his life.
My hope for the future is to help the children of the future - they will build tomorrow -we need to make sure they will be as healthy as possible
Zeinab was born with life-threatening heart condition that almost cost her her life at birth. Like many other children from Ivory Coast, Zeinab was fortunate enough to travel to Israel to receive urgently needed cardiac care and is now able to live a full, healthy life.
Our mission is to help developing countries improve their quality of pediatric cardiac care and to perform life-saving heart procedures.
We Hoped, we Healed, and we Endured in an effort to save as many lives as possible. With your help, we can help perform more Life-saving procedures for those in urgent need of cardiac care.
IT TAKES A VILLAGE TO SAVE
A CHILD'S HEART