Save a Child’s Heart (SACH) is an Israeli-based international humanitarian charity, providing life-saving heart surgery and follow-up care for children from developing countries regardless of their race, religion, gender, nationality, or financial status.
Save a Child’s Heart trains medical personnel from partner sites around the world in all facets of pediatric cardiac care. Over 100 medical team members from all over the world have been trained by SACH in Israel.
Save a Child’s heart sends medical teams to partner sites around the world in order to diagnose, teach and perform life-saving heart surgery.
We mend hearts, regardless of race, religion, gender or nationality
Save a Child’s Heart saves lives by improving the quality and accessibility of cardiac care for children. Through our programs in Israel, we provide life-saving cardiac treatment to children from developing countries and train health care professionals from these countries to have the skills to deliver quality care in their home communities.
Every day a child from a developing country is saved in the pediatric cardiac surgical unit at the Wolfson Medical Center in Holon, Israel, where the Save a Child’s Heart medical facilities are based. Thousands of children from developing countries are alive today because of a small group of medical professionals who volunteer their time and expertise to perform cardiac surgery and train medical personnel.
Baraa was diagnosed with multiple congenital heart defects in infancy due to congestive heart failure, and was first treated at Wolfson Medical Center in 2013 when he was six months old.
Meet Jarusha. In 2001, Jarusha was a sick two-year-old living in St. Vincent & the Grenadines. Thanks to the generosity of Eph and Shirley Diamond, she found herself on the journey of a lifetime to Save a Child's Heart. She arrived in Israel in June and was treated by Dr. Ami Cohen himself.
Deus from Tanzania came to SACH in 2013 at age 5 for life saving heart surgery. With help from the Orthopedic department at Wolfson Medical Center, he received a prosthetic leg and took his first steps ever at the Chidlren's Home.
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