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Research and Information Report for November, 2012

The "I Want to Live” Project

We helped twelve critically ill children:

- Olga Marchuk (traumatic brain injury, lung laceration and spleen rupture) – medicine and an electric suction machine purchased to the amount of UAH 1859.76;

- Marina Kobzeva (aplastic anemia) – medicine and platelet concentrate infusion sets provided to the amount of UAH 4122.72;

- Anastasia Oleinik (CCP) – a rehabilitation course in the International Clinic of Rehabilitation in Truskavets was paid for (UAH 5,935);

- Kristianna Asmus (hydrocephaly) – medicine was given tot the amount of UAH 802.33;

- Yulia Gruzin (congenital complicated bilateral myopia) – medical consumables for the operation were given to the amount of UAH 10,742;

- Aleksandr Bondarenko (acute lymphoblastic leukemia) – medication purchased to the amount of UAH 1,390;

- Aleksandr Kuzmin (spinal tumor) – medicine given to the amount of UAH 741.70;

- the Nikolenko’s children (epigenetic diseases, folate cycle enzymes deficiency) – medicine purchased to the amount of UAH 1364.84;

- Igor Marchenko (right-sided hemiparesis, congenital heart defect) – rehabilitation courses in the neurorehabilitation centre in Sopron (Hungary), travel costs and accomodation were paid for (UAH 10,985.87);

- Yegor Tischneko (CCP) – medicine (Cerebrocurin) purchased to the amount of UAH 2,060.

 

Publications on the organization’s website - 6.

 

The "Modern Hospital” Project

The Dniepropetrovsk regional children’s hospital surgery unit (patient capacity of 40, including 10 beds for cancer patients) was provided with medicine to the amount of UAH 2700.93.

The newborn anaesthesiology and reanimation department of the Dniepropetrovsk regional children’s clinical hospital got medicine to the amount of UAH 5906.94.

The newborns’ pathology unit of the Professor Rudnev children’s clinical hospital got medicine to the amount of UAH 3704.38.

The premature infants unit No 6 of the Dniepropetrovsk city children’s clinical hospital No 6 got four heated matrasses at the cost of UAH 1783.74.

 

Publications on the organization’s website - 1.

 

The "You Are not Alone" Project

We provided abandoned children in hospitals with food, medicine and hygiene products:

- infectious disease department No 3 of the city children’s clinical hospital No 1 – to the amount of UAH 1076.74;

- the premature babies unit No 6 of the city children’s clinical hospital No 6 – to the amount of UAH 303.80;

- infectious disease department No 7 of the city clinical hospital No 6 – to the amount of UAH 995.25.

 

Publications on the organization’s website - 0.

The "Give Joy to Kids” Project

Ten creative work classes were held in The Dniepropetrovsk regional children’s hospital surgery department (patient capacity of 40, including 10 beds for cancer patients) during the month.

 

21 laughing therapy sessions were held in the units of the Children’s city clinical hospital No 2. The necessary materials were purchased to the amount of UAH 41.70.

 

Publications on the organization’s website - 1.

THE "WORLD WITHOUT ORPHANS" PROGRAMME

 

The "I Need a Family" Project

 

During the period under review four visits were made to the regional institutions (on November 08, on November 12, on November 13 and on November 19) where some video materials about 27 children were shot. The shootage was given for editing (36 media profiles are being worked on now). The profiles of 36 more children were placed on the website.

As on December 01, 2012 52 children whose media profiles had been placed on the «Mediapassport» website found their families, among them nine children with special needs.

Now there are 167 children’s profiles on the website. These children are looking forward to be adopted.

In November four people asked our organization for advice concerning adoption, legal guardianship and foster family creation. All of them were provided with necessary support.

 

 

Publications on the organization's website - 2.

 

The "Parenal Club" Project

A mutual aid group meeting for foster parents took place on November 18. 18 people took part in it. The meeting was facilitated by the psychologist. The problems that were discussed during the meetings had been chosen by the participants themselves. The parents are not always able to cope with the problems all by themselves and need a piece of advice from an expert or from the people who have had similar experience. Thus, the following topics were discussed:

Children with mentality frustration.

Parents and teachers’ cooperation.

Affection.

Children’s and family’s adaptation to placing a child into a family.

Particular features of the adopted child’s upbringing.

On November 27 a seminar entitled "Taking care of a Sexually Abused Child” for the foster parents was held. The following questions were considered: sexual expression of the children of different age periods, puberty period peculiarities (what matters should be explained to the children and the ways to do this), children with sexual behavior problems, disturbing features of sexual behavior; recommendations as for setting rules in the family. Twelve people took part in the meeting.

18 individual consultations on different matters (legal advice, psychology, pedagogics) were given in November, too.

 

Publications on the organization’s website – 4.

 

The "Cosiness" Project

 

In November, 2012 we helped 13 families:

- the Lyskin family-type orphanage from Novomoskovsk was provided with humanitarian aid for buying building materials to the amount of UAH 6589.20 and with four metal-plastic windows, school stationery supplies and detergents to the amount of UAH 6.335;

- the Cherevko family-type orphanage from Krynychky district was provided with clothes to the amount of UAH 155;

- the Derevianko foster family from Dnepropetrovsk was allowed the use of a land plot with the housing estate; it was also provided with school stationary supply, kitchen towels and pastry to the amount of UAH 408.74;

- the Koval foster family from Novomoskovsk district was provided with detergents and pastry to the amount of UAH 124;

- the Yermolenko family type orphanage from Dnepropetrovsk district was provided with school stationery supplies to the amount of UAH 214;

- the Puzyr foster family from Dnepropetrovsk was provided with clothes, footwear and school stationery supplies to the amount of UAH 957;

- the Ivanets family type orphanage from Dnepropetrovsk was provided with the kitchen towels and pastry to the amount of UAH 578.08;

- th eFedko foster family from Apostolovo was provided with clothes, footwear and school stationery supplies to the amount of UAH 868;

- the Golovin family type orphanage from Dneprodzerzhinsk was provided with clothes to the amount of UAH 480;

- the Yerokhin family type orphanage from Tsarichanka district was provided with clothes to the amount of UAH 1,505;

- the Baranov family type orphanage from Dnepropetrovsk district was provided with the kitchen towels and pastry to the amount of UAH 338;

- Vozhovii guardian from Pavlograd district was provided with clothes and footwear to the amount of UAH 701;

- the Dmitriakova family type orphanage from Dnepropetrovsk district was provided with clothes and pastry to the amount of UAh 649;

- the "Transfiguration Social Adaptation Centre” Charity organization was provided with pastry to the amount of UAH 6,000.

 

Publications on the organization’s website – 3.

 

The "Traveller Club" Project

On November 02 – 05 twelve orphans and children abandoned of the parental care who are fostered in Dnepropetrovsk region took a trip to Odessa..

During the trip the children visited the wax museum, the Partisan Glory Museum in Nerubyskoye village, Arts Museum, the Bleschunov museum, the Museum of Local Lore, Odessa Zoo and the Chocolate Museum

 

Publications on the organization’s website – 1.

 

The "Open Way for Gifted Children” Project

In November English classes were adjourned for the children of five family-type orphanages (Ivanets, Ionov, Lyskin, Dmitriakova, Shevchenko).

 

Publications on the organization’s website – 0.

 

THE "STEP INTO THE FUTURE” PROGRAMME

The "Nip and Tuck" Project

In November three boarding schools graduates (Tetiana K. , Bohdan D. and Artem D.) were provided with leagal advice.

Artem D. was given charity aid to the amount of UAH 1026.46.

Yuri V. was provided with clothes and linen to the amount of UAH 615.

Tetiana K. was provided with clothes and medicine to the amount of UAH 112.20.

Alina D. was provided with clothes, footwear and toys to the amount of UAH 1,680.

Nadezhda S. was provided with children’s clothes to the amount of UAH 520.

Aleksandra Ya. Was provided with clothes to the amount of UAH 1,223.

Bohdan D. was provided with clothes and pastry to the amount of UAH 250.

Igor S. was provided with clothes to the amount of UAH 333.

 

Publications on the organization’s website – 0.

"FOR LIFE” PROGAMME

Twenty-one families that had found themselves in a hard situation were supported in November:

- Lilia L. – a mother of three children - was provided with children’s clothes, toys and household chemistry items to the amount of UAH 1,662;

- Yulia L. – a mother of three children - was provided with children’s clothes, toys and personal-care products to the amount of UAH 1,977;

- Natalia K. – a mother of three children - was provided with children’s clothes, toys and a blanket to the amount of UAH 1,475;

- Valentina S. and Dmitrii Kh.’s large family (five children aged from twelve months to ten years) was provided with children’s clothes, stuffed toys, personal-care products and linen to the amount of UAH 2,160;

- Irina Sch. – a mother of three children- was provided with children clothes, educating toys and children’s books to the amount of UAH 1,835;

- Nelly T. – a single mother – was provided with children’s clothes, toys and personal-care products to the amount of UAH 605;

- Aleksei K. – a single father of two daughters – was provided with children’s clothes, footwear, toys and personal-care products to the amount of UAH 630;

- Marina R. – a single mother – was provided with children’s clothes, toys and children’s personal-care products to the amount of UAH 945;

- Yelena B. – a mother of four children – was provided with children clothes, stuffed toys, children’s books and linen to the amount of UAH 710;

- Larisa F. – a mother of three children – was provided with children’s clothes to the amount of UAH 265;

- Yulia A. – a single mother of a young child – was provided with children’s clothes, footwear and toys to the amount of UAH 1,370;

- Yelena G. – a single mother – was provided with children’s clothes, footwear and stuffed toys to the amount of UAH 995;

- Oksana K. – a mother of five children – was provide with children’s clothes, footwear, a blanket, personal-care products and toys to the amount of UAH 1,870;

- Svetlana K. - a mother of four children – was provide with children’s clothes, footwear, a blanket, personal-care products and toys to the amount of UAH 1,308;

- Irina K. – a mother of three children – was provided with children’s clothes, footwear, stuffed toys, children’s books and linen to the amount of UAH 1,250;

- Vasilii B.’s large family with three children was provided with children’s clothes, footwear and toys to the amount of UAH – 1,305;

- Oksana B. – a mother of three children – was provided with children’s and adult’s clothes, children’s footwear and toys to the amount of UAH 1,435;

- Yelena and Vadim K.’s large family with three children was provided with children’s clothes, footwear and toys to the amount of UAH 884;

- Natalia D. – a mother of three children – was provided with children’s clothes, footwear, stuffed toys, books and personal-care products to the amount of UAH 1,895;

- Olga B. – a mother of newborn baby – was provided with diapers, infant food, nappies, cream for children, soap and shampoo to the amount of UAH 376.90;

- Svetlana O. was provided with children’s clothes, footwear and educating toys tot eh amount of UAH 1,020.

 

Publications on the organization’s website – 1.

Resource and Training Centre

On November 07 – 08 the DRCO "Rainbow Shine” chairman of the Board took part in the International Conference "No orphanage: Systematic approach in working with children and families” in Kyiv.

On November 08 – 09 the "Healthy Child” Programme manager Anastasia Savitskaya attended the "Topical Issues of Palliative and Hospice Care” conference in Kyiv.

 

VOLUNTEER CENTRE

 

During the month the volunteers took an active part in the organization’s projects: organized support of children’s hospitals units, assisted in preparing and holding the organization’s events, gave art-therapy classes in the children’s hospitals units, translated the materials for our website, wrote the articles, sorted the aid in the warehouse, fitted and maintained the "hope boxes”.

As a whole, in November the volunteers worked for 331 hours.

 

The volunteers’ free working hours tally-sheet

Work type

Persons in charge

Total amount of working hours

Organizing help for children’s hospitals units

2

18

Events and classes in the children’s hospitals units (laughter therapy, art-therapy, play therapy)

6

102

"Hope money-boxes” maintaining

21

26

Collecting and sorting of the goods in the warehouse

1

5

Translating the articles for the website

3

19

Writing the articles

1

21

Accompanying the children in the pilgrimage trip

2

140

Total

36

331

 

Publications on the organization’s website – 5.


PR

In November two more partners joined the "I Need a Family” project promotion campaign. Thanks to Dnepropetrovsk Municipal Education and Science Department the "Mediapassport” website promotion posters were placed in all the educational institutions (schools, kindergartens and so on) of Dnepropetrovsk.

"PrivatBank” Commercial Bank offered its assistance in spreading information and searching parents for the orphans. The bank has put the information about the project in the ATMs chain. Now a bumper pops up offering to learn more about the "Mediapassport” project and the contact telephone numbers and addresses. We hope that this way parents and children will find each other and there will be more happy families.

On November 01 a common charity offer of the "Rainbow Shine” DRCO and the "Wizard” legal firm began. According to the "Give a Joy to a Child” offer, from November 01 till December 31 each legal firm’s client will automatically become an event participant - a kind wizard. All the money collected will be spent on New Year celebrations in Dnepropetrovsk children’s hospitals.

A charity marathon "A Mercy Bus for the Children” started in November. It is aimed to collect money for purchasing a bus to carry the children with special needs. The "Porttyre” car dealer was the first to support the marathon by offering its clients a discount on buying Fiat, Lancia or Alfa Romeo cars, provided they donated for "The Mercy Bus”.

On November 21 a press-conference was held in the Regional children’s clinic hospital to sum up the results of the DRCO "Rainbow Shine” and "PrivatBank” commercial bank’s common "Childhood for Everyone!” project. Some medical equipment was presented to the hospital. The equipment cost more than one million hryvnyas, and all the money for purchasing it had been collected by the "PrivatBank” clients via the ATMs chain. The "PrivatBank” chairman of board Aleksandr Dubilet, the DRCH director Aleksandr Khitrik, the DRCO "Rainbow Shine” chairman of board Andrei Pinchuk tool part in the press-conference.

In November the following articles and TV stories came out:

- a news item about the results of the "Childhood for Everyone!” was on air on 1+1 Channel on November 21;

- a news item about the results of the "Childhood for Everyone!” was on air on Channel 34 on November 21;

- Unchildlike Children’s Homes, Myths about Sponsors, Looking for the Volunteers, Don’t Leave // Reklamnoye Pole (Advertising Field) newspaper;

- Clown Doctor Heals with Laughter // Visti Prydniprovia(Prydniproviye News) newspaper. – November 06. –No 87.

 

Publications on the organization’s website – 7.

 

WEBSITES

 

www.deti.dp.ua

Year

Month

Total number of visits

Number of unique visitors

2011

March

No data

300

2011

April

No data

500

2011

May

No data

789

2011

June

No data

1138

2011

July

No data

1,364

2011

August

1,759

1,344

2011

September

3,042

1,752

2011

October

4,324

2,592

2011

November

4,951

3,116

2011

December

5,351

3,309

2012

January

5,621

3,093

2012

February

5,073

2,982

2012

March

6,306

3,548

2012

April

6,221

3,861

2012

May

7,243

4,290

2012

June

5,340

3,406

2012

July

5,974

3,582

2012

August

4,482

2,814

2012

September

5,694

3,632

2012

October

6,338

3,642

2012

November

5,339

3,216

 


Site Population Geography and Statistics

 

Country

Visits

Number of pages per visit

1

Ukraine

4,922

3.94

2

Russia

178

1.62

3

Belarus

71

2.70

4

Kazakhstan

26

2.73

5

The USA

20

3.65

6

Germany

18

1.33

7

Italy

18

3.06

8

Bulgaria

15

1.67

9

Poland

11

2.00

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 














There were also visitors from Spain, Czechia, United Arabic Emirates, Israel, Turkey, Azerbaijan, Belgium, Canada, Switzerland, Estonia, France, Georgia, Moldova, Austria, Greece, Ireland, Morocco and other countries.

 


 

Year

Month

Total number of visitors

Number of unique visitors

Page view

2012

February

157

26

1,839

2012

March

269

57

3,338

2012

April

836

516

7,859

2012

May

1,167

643

9,590

2012

June

786

389

6,309

2012

July

1,440

830

10,238

2012

August

1,609

809

13,406

2012

September

1,122

589

9,919

2012

October

1,832

793

15,818

2012

November

1,572

826

12,462

 


Site Population Geography and Statistics

Country

Visit

Number of pages per visit

1

Ukraine

1,418

8.00

2

Russia

53

5.53

3

Belarus

29

11.34

4

Kazakhstan

18

7.22

5

The USA

14

5.93

 

Germany

10

9.00

 

 

 











FUNDRAISING ACTIVITY

 

"Moneyboxes of Hope”

No new "moneyboxes of hope” were fitted in November. Money was taken out of 22 boxes to the total amount of UAH 12,586.90.


Works and services provided for the organization’s charity programmes implementations for free.

Type of works/ services

Donator

Office space rent

Garbuz A.M.

Warehouse rent

"Vesna” joint stock company (substantial discount for warehouse rent was offered)

Office facilities rent

§ Pinchuk A.N.

§ St Michael the Archistratig community of Dniepropetrovsk eparchy of the Ukrainian Orthodox Church

 

Means of communication rent

§ Pinchuk A.N.

§ Savchenko N.V.

Office security

§ "LEVIT” company (substantial discount for security service)

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