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Research and Information Report for July, 2013

"HEALTHY CHILD” PROGRAMME

The "I Want to Live” Project

 

We helped 16 severely ill children:

- Sophia Alekseyeva (CCP) – a rehabilitation course in Truskavets International rehabilitation clinic was paid for (UAH 5,877);

- Maxim Glinski (extreme prematurity) – was provided with medicine to the amount of UAH 543.15;

- Nickolai Golushko (type 1 diabetes) - was provided with medicine to the amount of UAH 336;

- Alina Yefremova (extreme prematurity) - was provided with medicine to the amount of UAH 317.40;

- Victoria Kovalenko (CCP) - a rehabilitation course in Truskavets International rehabilitation clinic was paid for (UAH 5,877);

- Sophia Kotova (extreme prematurity) - was provided with medicine to the amount of UAH 739.90;

- Victoria Maksimenko (bilateral sensorineural heating loss) – two hearing aid devices were purchased to the amount of UAH 43,520;

- Olga Marchuk (traumatic brain injury, lung laceration and spleen rupture) – a dolphin therapy course in Sevastopol was paid for and medicine purchased to the amount of UAH 8362.60;

- - the Nikolenko children (epigenetic diseases, folate cycle enzymes deficiency) – were provided with medicine to the amount of UAH 791.40;

- Yuri Peka (bilateral optic nerve atrophy) – was provided with medicine (Cerebeocurin) to the amount of UAH 4,120;

- Anna Sotnik ((extreme prematurity) - was provided with medicine to the amount of UAH 1840.65;

- Yegor Tischenko (CCP) – was provided with diapers to the amount of UAH 75;

- Aleksei Tolstoi (gastroenteroschisis) – was provided with medicine to the amount of UAH 367.90;

- Valeria Yakimenko (CCP) – a treatment course in Kyiv Institute of Pain Problems was paid for (UAH 1,500);

 

There were five publications on the organization’s website during the month.

 

The "Modern Hospital” Project

The newborn anaesthesiology and reanimation department of the Children’s regional hospital got treatment related supplies to the amount of UAH 5780.96.

The infectious disease unit No 3 of the city clinical hospital No 1 got medicine to the amount of UAH 675.

The newborn pathology unit of Professor Rudnev children's clinical hospital No 3 got medicine to the amount of UAH 1,975.

The infectious disease unit No 7 of the city clinical hospital No 6 got medicine to the amount of UAH 427.20.

 

There were two publications on the organization’s website during the month.

 

The "You Are not Alone” Project

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

Professor Rudnev children's clinical hospital No 3 - to the amount of UAH 489.

The infectious disease unit No 7 of the city clinical hospital No 6 - to the amount of UAH 2793.29.

 

There was one publication on the organization’s website.

 

The "Clown Doctor” Project

12 laughter therapy sessions were held in Dnepropetrovsk regional clinical children’s hospital, and 21 laughter therapy sessions were held in Dnepropetrovsk city clinical hospital No 2.

 

There was one publication on the organization's website.

 

THE "MEDIAPASSPORT” PROGRAMME

As on August 01, 2013 184 children’s profiles had been placed on the website. These children are looking forward to be adopted.

During the period of the project implementation 89 children whose profiles were on the website have been placed into the families, among them 20 children with special needs.

In July 2013 two visits were made to the Zaporizhzhia region institutions. The visits were made by the "Happy Child” foundation and financed by our organization. Video materials about 19 children were shot.

During the period under review 13 people asked for learning more about the children whose profiles had been placed on the website.

In July an agreement with the mass media resources was made about placing the orphans’ from Zaporizhzhia region stories on the Mediapassport website and in Zaporizhzhia printed and online resources.

There were no publications on the organization’s website during the month.

There were no publications on the "Mediapassport” website.

 

FAMILY SUPPORT PROGRAMME

 

The "Parents’ Club” Project

Four mutual aid group meetings for foster parents took place in July. 42 people took part in the

meetings. The meetings were facilitated by the psychologist. The problems that were discussed

during the meetings had been chosen by the participants themselves. Thus, the following topics

were discussed:

- The first steps in a family. The child’s adaptation. How is the institution child’s consumer attitude going to be changed?

- The adopted child’s aggression. What should the parents do?

- Punishment. Can an abused child be punished?

- Husband-wife interaction. Family hierarchy. If there is no agreement between the parents, how does it influence the child?

On July 24, 2013 the offsite meeting of the "Parents’ Club” for the foster parents and guardians of Sinelnikovo and Sinelnikovo district took place. 18 people took part in the event. During the "Parents’ Club” meetings the foster parents had an opportunity to have the "Rainbow Shine” Foundation specialists on the questions that had been generalized by the children’s services specialists according to the parents’ requests.

28 individual consultations on psychological and social matters were given in June, too. Among them:

- housed by the Dneprpetrovsk Regional Charitable Organization the «Rainbow Shine» - 2;

- domiciliary – 10;

- at the mutual aid group meetings (after the group work was finished) – 16

 

There were six publications on the organization’s website.

 

The "Cosiness” Project

In July 2013 five visits were made to the foster families and family type children’s homes that had asked for financial help. As a result five families were given financial aid:

- Brodko foster family from Kryvyi Rig was provided with financial aid to the amount of UAH 10,000 for purchasing the roofing materials to restore the roof that had been destroyed by the act of nature;

- Derevianko family type children’s home was provided with financial aid to the amount of UAH 20,000 for purchasing the building and insulating materials;

- Ogly family type children’s home from Kryvyi Rig (Dnepropetrovsk district) was provided with the financial aid for purchasing the roofing and building materials to restore the roof and the house that had been destroyed by the act of nature to the amount of UAH 10,000;

- Chabanenko-Indiuchenko family type children’s home from Kryvyi Rig (Dnepropetrovsk district) was provided with the financial aid for purchasing the roofing and building materials to restore the roof and the house that had been destroyed by the act of nature to the amount of UAH 10,000;

- A boarding school leaver Artem D. was provided with financial aid to the amount of UAH 2124.51.

 

There was one publication on the organization’s website.

 

The "Kindness Trunk” Project

In July 2013 we helped 42 families:

- Baranov family type children’s home from Dnepropetrovsk was provided with pastry to the amount of UAH 930;

- Voilova family type children’s home from Dnepropetrovsk was provided with pastry to the amount of UAH 930;

- Grischuk family type children’s home from Dnepropetrovsk was provided with pastry to the amount of UAH 620;

- Derevianko family type children’s home from Dnepropetrovsk was provided with clothes, footwear, books, pastry and toys to the amount of UAH 3,349;

- Zakharova-Dunda family type children’s home from Dnepropetrovsk was provided with pastry to the amount of UAH 930;

- Ivanets family type children’s home from Dnepropetrovsk was provided with pastry to the amount of UAH 930;

- Kovtun family type children’s home from Dnepropetrovsk was provided with pastry to the amount of UAH 465;

- Kucherenko foster family from Dnepropetrovsk was provided with pastry to the amount of UAH 465;

- Lyskins-juniors family type children’s home from Novomoskovsk was provided with pastry to the amount of UAH 930;

- Muntian family type children’s home from Pokrovskoye district was provided with pastry to the amount of UAH 930;

- Ovcharova foster family from Dnepropetrovsk was provided with pastry to the amount of UAH 310;

- Polischuk family type children’s home from Sinelnikovo district was provided with pastry to the amount of UAH 465;

- Prilutskiye family type children’s home from Tomakovka district was provided with pastry to the amount of UAH 930;

- Puzyr family type children’s home from Dnepropetrovsk was provided with pastry to the amount of UAH 930;

- Rashkevich foster family from Dnepropetrovsk was provided with pastry to the amount of UAH 310;

- Sviridov foster family from Dnepropetrovsk was provided with pastry to the amount of UAH 465;

- Sobolev family type children’s home from Dnepropetrovsk was provided with pastry to the amount of UAH 930;

- Sreltsovy foster family from Pokrovskoye district (Dnepropetrovsk region) was provided with pastry to the amount of UAH 620;

- Shablia family type children’s home from Tomakovka (Dnepropetrovsk region) was provided with pastry to the amount of UAH 930;

- Shyrokovy foster family from Dnepropetrovsk was provided with pastry to the amount of UAH 465;

- Aliona G. a disadvantaged single mother, was provided with clothes and footwear to the amount of UAH 880;

- A disadvantaged Anastasia A. was provided with clothes, footwear, toys and cosmetics to the amount of UAH 1,235;

- Anastasia S., a disadvantaged large family mother, was provided with children’s clothes, footwear and toys to the amount of UAH 1,425;

- A disadvantaged Andrei K. was provided with clothes to the amount of UAH 754;

- Larisa F., a disadvantaged large family mother, was provided with clothes, footwear and toys to the amount of UAH 405;

- Alesia Tm, a disadvantaged single mother, was provided with clothes to the amount of UAH 865;

- Marina G., a disadvantaged single mother, was provided with clothes and toys to the amount of UAH 1,350;

- Nadezhda S., a single large family mother, was provided with children’s clothes and footwear to the amount of UAH 1,227;

- Natalia D., a disadvantaged large family mother, was provided with clothes, toys and cosmetics to the amount of UAH 2,378;

- Natalia Sh, a disadvantaged mother, was provided with clothes to the amount of UAH 500;

- Nina L., a disadvantaged mother, was provided with clothes, footwear and cosmetics to the amount of UAH 1,094;

- Oksana G., a disadvantaged large family mother, was provided with clothes, footwear and toys to the amount of UAH 2,006;

- A disadvantaged Oleg L. was provided with clothes to the amount of UAH 400;

- Aleksandra V., a disadvantaged single mother, was provided with clothes and toys to the amount of UAH 1,235;

- Yelena K., a disadvantaged large family mother, was provided with children’s clothes and toys to the amount of UAH 635;

- Olga G., a disadvantaged large family mother, was provided with clothes, footwear and toys to the amount of UAH 2,343;

- a disadvantaged Olga A. was provided with clothes, footwear and toys to the amount of UAH 74;

- Svetlana S., a disadvantaged single mother, was provided with clothes and footwear to the amount of UAH 1,445;

- , Tamara G., a sick child’s disadvantaged mother, was provided with clothes, toys and dishware to the amount of UAH 2,502;

- Alina D., a boarding school leaver, was provided with clothes to the amount of UAH 531;

- Olga V., a boarding school leaver, was provided with clothes to the amount of UAH 403;

 

There was one publication on the organization’s website during the month.

 

The "Travellers’ Club” Project

From June 26 to July 05 a trip to the Carpathians was organized for 17 children. The participants of the trip visited Ivano-Frankivsk and the Gorgany tops: Vysoka mountain, Igrovets mountain, Peklo stow and Gavpisirka mountain range.

 

There were three publications on the organization’s website.

 

The "Give Joy to a Child” Project

 

During the month nine art therapy classes were held in the Dniepropetrovsk regional children’s hospital surgery department (patient capacity of 40, including 10 beds for cancer patients) and in Dnepropetrovsk children clinical hospital hematology unit.

 

There were two publications on the organization’s website.

 

"Special People – Special Needs” Project

Volunteer aid was given to the disabled people from the "Wheelchair Users” League.

New opportunities to improve the disabled people’s life were searched for. A grant contest "Rehabilitation of the Disabled” was found, a special "Sensory Room for the Disabled Children” project was created and applied for the National Endowment for Democracy grant.

 

There was one publication on the organization’s website.

 

RESOURCE AND TRAINING CENTRE

On July 01 – 07, 2013 the Fifth International school-gathering "Uvildy 2013” took place in Cheliabinsk region. About a thousand people from all over Russia took part in it. Different matters were discussed as apart of a seven-day-long summer camp. Priest Andrey Pinchuk, our organization chairman of the board, shared his experience in bringing-up the children and raising money for social projects.

On July 20, the "Rainbow Shine” Dnepropetrovsk regional charitable organization chairman of the board Andrey Pinchuk led a training course in fundraising for 19 noncommercial organizations’ representatives from Dnepropetrovsk and Sumy regions. Each of the participants got practical tools for fundraising to implement the projects and promote patronage and charity.

On July 23 special classes were held for the foster parents who studied to improve their pedagogical potential. The classes took place on the basis of Dnepropetrovsk city centre of family, youth and children service and were led by the "Rainbow Shine” Charity specialists, to be exact, by a psychologist and a social worker. The classes’ topic was How to help the children with a mixed trauma (affection loss and physical abuse). Consequences of the traumas and the ways to help in surviving them.

On July 25 a "Rainbow Shine” Charity representative was invited by Dnepropetrovsk city centre of family, youth and children service to lead a training course for the foster parents to improve their pedagogical potential. The topic of the training course was The adopted and foster child’s life competence forming and preparation for independent life.

In July seven information boards with the Mediapassport website ad were placed in Dnepropetrovsk and three ones were placed in Zaporizhzhia.

In July the following articles came out:

Ten Steps to Adoption, The Children Need a Family, Hurry up for good Deeds!, Ukrainian Charity Captured by Discredit, The Children Need Help. And what about the Adults? // Reklamnoye Pole (Advertising Field) newspaper;

The www.mbfportal.com, www.gorod.dp.ua, www.dnepr.on-nash.dp.ua and www.eparhia.dp.ua

websites provided us with information support, placing articles and announcements on their resources.

 

There were 11 publications on the organization’s website during the month.

 

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 classes and hold fetes in the children’s clinic hospitals, translated the materials for our website, wrote the articles, sorted the stuff in the warehouse, fitted and maintained the "hope boxes”.

As a whole, in June the volunteers worked for 375 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

7

14

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

2

12

Laughter therapy in children’s institutions ("Clown Doctor” project)

7

132

"Hope money-boxes” maintaining

4

60

Collecting and sorting of the goods in the warehouse

1

8

Translating the articles for the website

4

33

Writing the articles

1

21

Transportation service

5

25

Total

51

375

On July 13 a training session Am I a Volunteer? was held for the volunteers. After the session the participants planned their further work with the Peace Corps volunteer Andy Bader. 18 people took part in the event.

On July 17 a volunteers meeting took place and it gathered 12 people.

 

There were three publications on the organization’s website.

 

WEBSITES

 

www.pomogaem.com.ua

 

Year

Month

Total number of visits

Number of unique visitors

Number of the published articles

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

 

2012

December

4,998

3,156

 

2013

January

5,683

3,615

 

2013

February

6,195

3,585

 

2013

March

6,662

3,600

 

2013

April

6,090

3,531

 

2013

May

5,839

3,472

45

2013

June

5,079

2,944

37

2013 July  5 727 3 158 39 

Site Population Geography and Statistics

Ukraine took the first place – 5,073 visits.

Russia took the second place – 300 visits.

The USA took the third place – 58 visits.

There were also active visitors from Belarus, Germany, Great Britain, Slovakia, Azerbaijan, Italy, Israel, Moldova, Switzerland, Kazkhstan, Poland, the United Arab Emirates, Estonia, Uzbekistan, Austria, Czechia and other countries.


www.mediapasport.com.ua

 

Year

Month

Total number of visitors

Number of unique visitors

Page view

Number of the published articles

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

 

2012

December

1,395

894

8,810

 

2013

January

1,465

872

10,446

 

2013

February

1,738

943

11,489

 

2013

March

1,811

958

11,923

 

2013

April

1,523

837

8,852

 

2013

May

1,484

888

9,579

3

2013

June

1,447

922

11,848

2

 2013 July  1,686  1,092   13,333

Site Population Geography and Statistics

Ukraine took the first place – 1,234 visits.

The USA took the second place – 176 visits.

Russia took the third place – 79 visits.

 

There were also active visitors from Georgia, Belarus, Moldova, Italy, Canada, Arnmenia, Kazakhstan, Germany, Belgium, France, Austria and other countries.

 

FUNDRAISING ACTIVITY

 

"Moneyboxes of Hope”

Two new "moneyboxes of hope” were fitted in July. Money was taken out of 30 boxes to the total amount of UAH 12,653.47.


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


Type of works/ services

Donator

Office space rent

Andrey Garbuz

Warehouse rent

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

Office facilities rent

Andrey Pinchuk

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

 

Means of communication rent

 Andrey Pinchuk

Savchenko N.V.

Office security

"LEVIT” company (substantial discount for security service)

Boards printing

"Clever Print” Company

Boards printing

"Maximum” Company

Boards printing

"Dnepr Printing Plant” Company

Social ad (billboards) placing

Tristar Plus Company

Social ad (billboards) placing

City Media Group Company

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