Who are the beneficiaries of Hospices of Hope Moldova?
Our beneficiaries are over 200 patients a month, children or adults, who suffer from an incurable illness.
Since 2017, over 2400 patients have benefited from free palliative care services at home through the Hospices of Hope Moldova Network.
Who is part of the Hospices of Hope Moldova Network?
In 2017 we developed the pilot project National Network of Palliative Care Services Hospices of Hope Moldova, in order to provide free medical, social and psycho-emotional services at home to anyone who needs them in the regions of the Republic of Moldova.
Currently, the Network includes 4 multidisciplinary teams in Orhei, Soroca, Ocnita and Taraclia. The teams are autonomous organizations, authorized according to the normative acts in force, accredited for providing palliative care services.
Stories of the patients
Hospices of Hope Moldova has many faces: the face of our mobile teams who dedicate their lives to alleviate the physical and mental pain of those who suffer from incurable illness and our own beneficiaries – people we are working for every day.
Today Hospice of Hope Moldova is Andrei, a 27-year-old man from Soroca, with several incurable diagnoses.
Besides of the professional medical care, palliative care gives to Andrei the security feeling he needs a lot. Andrei manifests a childish behavior, speaks hard and little, his relief being a few childhood toys that he always has next to him and does not allow anyone to touch them.
His childhood was very unstable, which aggravated his health. Since he was born, his father left him, for some time his mother took care of him, then he lived in an asylum and later taken back home. Andrei's mother is a person prone to alcohol, who does not perceive the young man that he would understand something.
Continuing palliative care is the only solution for Andrei to live. The mobile team in Soroca provides to patient weekly medical, psychologic and social care, emotional support, help with pharmaceuticals, diapers and hygiene products.
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Among our beneficiaries is a 14-year-old teenager from a small village in northern Moldova. Besides of incurable diagnosis, Alexandru did not have united and loving family. The child's father committed a murder and then was injured in his own home. The child's mother died when he was little. Alexandru has multiple marks on his body from the family accidents.
After a series of tragedies, Alexandru’s relatives took care of him and only now he started making progress in moving independently.
The Angelus Soroca mobile team that offers free palliative care services for the child - we are happy with the good results that the boy has.
* For privacy reasons, the patient's name has been changed.