Eight-year-old Hannah had to be granted a special permit to fly to Israel for treatment because of civil war in Myanmar.
Physicians from three religious backgrounds came together to wish little Hannah, brought to Israel from Myanmar by Save a Child's Heart, a “Merry Christmas.”
In Gondar, the center of Ethiopia’s historic Jewish community, 10,000 members of Beta Yisrael wait anxiously to immigrate to the Jewish state.
Save a Child's Heart works to bring children from around the world annually to undergo life-saving heart treatments in Israel.
Save a Child’s Heart is the first Israeli organization to receive the United Nations Population Award in recognition of its humanitarian activities.
The NGO Save a Child’s Heart provides lifesaving cardiac care to children who do not have access to the necessary treatment in their home countries.
Save a Child's Heart is a charity working for over 25 years to help bring lifesaving heart care to children worldwide.
At Save a Child’s Heart, our mission is simple - to provide life-saving procedures for children suffering from heart disease who have little access to care in their own countries.
Save a Child's Heart is known for its efforts in bringing children suffering from cardiac problems to Israel for treatment, especially from countries where access to medical support is more limited.
SACH and the Wolfson Medical Center team managed to save the life of Benjamin, a 6-year-old child from Ethiopia, who landed in Israel for urgent cardiac treatment.