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Kristina's parents tried as best they could, but they can not not cope with everything themselves as the cost of full therapy of cystic fibrosis considerably exceeds the average income of a Ukrainian family. But the girl can not wait. Both the duration and the quality of her little life depend now on that fact how fast she will get everything she needs.​


Cystic fibrosis is a severe and incurable illness. However, even though we cannot cure Vitalik, we can help him in his fight. His mother is asking for our help in buying the medical equipment and medications, which Vitalik will use daily to fight off the attacks of illness. And we can do that – with your help.


While Ania's own lungs cannot work as they should, she needs the help of an oxygen concentrator – this is an apparatus that directly filters almost pure oxygen from the surrounding air and supplies it to a person’s nose. With it, Anya will not have to suffocate. And you can safely live at home without taking the painful decision: to live at home painting or breathing but in the hospital?


DO IT is a charity project of HR Network company aimed at providing equipment for Ukrainian hospitals, where children and adults with respiratory problems receive help. Now we are opening a new project for the Center for the care of patients with cystic fibrosis in the city of Rivne.


To live Ania needs help from all of us.


Now, let us all help her to be able to breathe and to spend time with her children outside the apartment, as well.



Дякуємо усім, хто долучився до збору та допоміг зібрати кошти на спецхарчування!​


The family of little Ilya asks to help them to purchase personal medical equipment


У Київській обласній дитячій лікарні (м.Боярка) протягом року проходять лікування 30 пацієнтів з муковісцидозом. Практично раз в два тижні хтось приїжджає прокапатися, пройти необхідні процедури. Багатьом з них доводиться використовувати кисневий апарат постійно і завдяки вам такий апарат тепер буде у лікарні! ДЯКУЄМО!