Bucharest, 26 September 2019 – While they are sleeping, smartphone users in Romania can contribute to cancer research by downloading the DreamLab app. This app,
The Vodafone Romania Foundation supports Civic Lab in finding digital solutions for health and education needs
Total funding of 2.3 million lei, allocated through the national program „Connecting for Good” Bucharest, February 26, 2019 – The Vodafone Romania Foundation joins Code for
By Raluca Ion Alina Petrisor has been involved in the emergency medicine for over 20 years now. She worked at the Floreasca Emergency Hospital in
Târgu Mureș, the dispatch center of the Samaritanus Private Ambulance Service. An acoustic signal, followed by the opening of a window on the screens in
The child who learned to walk and write again, after two brain surgeries, and the people who alleviated his suffering
“Once upon a time, there was a little girl named Ema. Ema had turned 7 and wanted to become a ballerina when she grew up.
Along with the SM Speromax Alba Association we launched the “Multiple sclerosis, the disease of the young adult. Be aware of the risks!” project, by means of which we opened a day centre which offers 18 patients diagnosed with multiple sclerosis from Alba county specialized sociomedical services, for 12 months.
The amount invested by the Vodafone Romania Foundation for the development of this project amounts to approximately 42.000 euros.
Along with the MAME Association we have launched the “Health is a priority” programme, aiming to support children and youths in Romania suffering from serious health problems. They will be offered medical, psychological and legal counselling services and they will be guided towards hospitals abroad if they cannot receive treatment or surgical interventions in Romania.
The Vodafone Romania Foundation is endorsing the “GrigoreAlexandrescu” Emergency Children’s Hospital and investing over 100.000 euro in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit and the Paediatrics II section of the Cardiology Department.
Today, the 3rd of December, is a special day for the whole world, which we celebrate with great dedication in Romania: the International Day of Persons with Disabilities. In the past 13 years we have been supporting people with special needs and we will continue to put our heart and soul into projects designed to help those too often mistreated by our society.
The Baia Mare Autism Association has recently organized the national Conference with international participation “ACCEPT ME THE WAY I AM – on ability and disability”, within the T.A.L.E (Technology Assists Learning and Education) project, financed by the Vodafone Romania Foundation; its purpose is to improve independent living abilities for the 55 autistic children from the Day Centre of the Baia Mare Autism Association.