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14.05.2012 - Official opening of the re-equipped Donetsk perinatal center as part of "New life" national project

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Украинские активисты спасают преждевременно рожденных детей

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Victor Pinchuk Foundation has funded repair of breath equipment Cradles of Hope partner centre in Rivne

26.02.2020

The Victor Pinchuk Foundation has provided funds of UAH 47 448 to the newborn intensive care unit of the Rivne Oblast Perinatal Centre as part of technical support for the Cradles of Hope partner centres. This amount has been used to have the artificial lungs repaired.

“BDayVyklyk: first breath” project has handed breath resuscitator to Cradles of Hope Centre in Zaporizhzhia

14.02.2020

On February 14th, 2020, Under the charity project “BDayVyklyk: first breath” initiated by Ukrainian Kateryna Sadova, the eleventh infant breath resuscitator NeoPuff TM RD-900 has been purchased for the Victor Pinchuk Foundation’s Cradles of Hope partner centre operating on the base of the Zaporizhzhia Oblast Perinatal Centre.

The world’s leading neonatologists have shared their experience with Ukrainian doctors at the 11th conference of the Victor Pinchuk Foundation’s Cradles of Hope program

06.11.2019

On 5-6 November 2019, the Victor Pinchuk Foundation's Cradles of Hope program held its 11th research-to-practice conference entitled “Intensive care of newborns. Modern management of premature baby care” in Kyiv. The event introduced Ukrainian neonatologists to new trends in intensive care for newborns, including preterm infants.

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