The Amélia Project
In an effort to save lives, PARTTEAM & OEMKIOSKS decided to regularly embrace and contribute a monthly donation to The Amélia Project*, a nonprofit organization that helps transport children with cancer to the only pediatric hospital in Myanmar, a nation in Southeast Asia, that is twelve hours away from hundreds of sick children.
Sensitized by this project, PARTTEAM & OEMKIOSKS supports The Amélia Project and believes that more people can help and contribute to this cause. We have therefore decided to publicize The Amélia Project so that more funds can be raised for these children who urgently need help in Myanmar.
In this sense, we appeal to the collaboration and solidarity of all our visitors, partners and clients who are willing to help this cause. It is everyone's contribution that this project can really make a difference near these children and families in Myanmar.
About The Amélia Project
The Amélia Project helps families struggling with serious illness. Many families live days away from the nearest hospital and do not have the financial means to pay for travel. The Amélia Project, with your support, provides free transportation to these children and families, allowing them to have access to health care and giving them hope of healing.
In addition, The Amélia Project transports children and adults in advanced stages of illness to the place of their dreams or to visit family residing abroad. In this way, it contributes to the creation of important moments and memories for these people, no matter what the future brings them.
By transporting vulnerable people to hospitals, the place of their dreams or to their families, The Amélia Project offers hope, access to treatments and unforgettable moments for children and adults in need.
The Amélia Project is a Nonprofit Organization.
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The reality of children with cancer in Burma (Myanmar)
In a country with more than 50 million inhabitants, there is only one hospital than can effectively treat children with cancer. For the majority of families, the only hope of saving their children is in this hospital, located hundreds of miles away. But in one of the world's poorest countries, the parents of children like Nyan can't afford the trip, which can take up to four days.
Some parents are forced to sell everything they have, including the cattle that allow them to feed their families. Without help, over 2700 children die of cancer without ever having received specialist medical support.
But with your help, in association with the World Child Cancer organization, you are helping hundreds of children living in extreme poverty (less than 40 cents a day) to travel to the only hospital that can save them.
Since September 1, 2016, that we have been offering financial support to help these children travel to the hospital and receive the treatment that can save them. For The Amélia Project to continue offering support to these children, it needs your help. Please make a donation and help give hope to a child with cancer.
* PARTTEAM & OEMKIOSKS has no commercial or legal connection to the project. This is an independent action and only for disclosure of a project which we also decided to help.