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29.11.2018
Vanya has received orthoses
We are closing the fundraising for Ivan Yakovlev from Irkutsk. The boy needed ankle orthoses. The bill for the orthoses has been paid; the medical devices have been installed for the child. We thank the WholeWorld International fundraising movement and all its participants for the help in the fundraising.
29.11.2018
Aleksey sends his best regards!
This week we have received a letter with words of deep gratitude from Aleksey Kovalenko and his mother Elena. In the photo is Aleksey who now lives a full-fledged adult life, studies at the university, travels, does sport, and makes plans for the future.
27.11.2018
The fundraising for Bato is closed
We are closing the fundraising for Bato Zhambaldagbaev. The child required payment for wrist, ankle and elbow orthoses. The bill for the medical devices has been fully paid by the Whole World Fund. The orthoses have been successfully installed.
09.10.2018
New partner of the Whole World fund
Dear friends! Today we wish to share our good news with you. The Whole World fund has a new partner – crowdfunding platform of TurboCrowd.com, which will assist In the additional fund financing. TurboCrowd is the first crowdfunding platform, which has an idea of public startup financing and partnership programme.
03.10.2018
Meet Zhalsan
The mother of 3-year-old Zhalsan from Ulan-Ude has applied to the Whole World Fund with a request for help. The boy has ICP and gross psychomotor retardation. The child does not walk or crawl or sit. Besides, the boy has epilepsy which hinders development still more. At the moment Zhalsan urgently needs orthotics of his ankle and knee joints as well as installation of a semirigid spine support to avoid problems with his spine and joints.


90% of children in the Russia are able to recover from leukemia
The executives of Dima Rogachev Federal Research and Clinical Centre of Pediatric Hematology and Oncology at a meeting with the Russian president said, "In the Russian Federation, almost 90% of children suffering from acute lymphatic leukemia are able to recover, and 40% of children have the possibility to undergo the transplantation they need."
Development of Children's Palliative Care
The "Children's Palliative" charitable foundation is launching a regional program subsidized by the Ministry of Economic Development of the Russian Federation in order to support development of the Russian children's palliative care system.
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