Erdi and Erblini are the newest members of Hoxha family who are having a healthy growth and are lovingly surrounded by their families. The two newborns are premature babies born in the 31st week that stayed 15 days in the incubator and were treated with the Oxygen System, Survanta Medication, and Respiratory Tubes. They also were treated with CPAP, CRP for blood analysis, Photo Lamp, and ROP – eye screening. Erdi and Erblin were in great health when the left the Neonatology Clinic after going through the treatments that were made possible by Action for Mothers and Children.
We wish Erdi and Erbiln a long and happy life together with their families!Donate
Egzona Xhaferi, the joy of the family, came to life in July on the 33rd week of pregnancy . While Egzona was in the Neonatology Clinic she stayed 5 days in the Incubator and was treated with Survanta- a medication that stimulates the development of lungs. In addition to Survanta, Egzona was also treated with CPAP-a machine for breathing regulation, CRP-blood test machines, and ROP -eye screening, which were donated by Action for Mothers and Children.
Egzona was Leonora’s first birth and when she was born she felt the happiest mother in the world but at the same time she was very scared about her child’s health. But thanks to the equipment and the treatment that Egzona received she is a healthy baby and that makes her parents very happy and thankful.
Adora and Priam, our two little ones who are growing with much love in their families. They have left the neonatology clinic and now have returned to their homes where they are growing with good health and lots of hugs.
We wish for Adora and Priam happiness and a long life together with their families!
To help with their progress, Adora’s blood tests were examined with the CRP / CBC equipment – and they both have been treated with Survival. These medications and equipments were made possible thanks to your donations to the annual events “Let’s Dance”, “Meet Halfway “in New York as well as the charity store” Teshavesha”.Donate
Our loving Adora is the sweetest in neonatology clinic at UCCK. She is the second baby of mommy Blerta, and she was born on 8th of February 2017, in the 26th week with only 870 grams. She is still staying in incubators at the clinic, under the care of the oxygenation system.
To help with her progress, her blood tests were examined with the CRP / CBC equipment – she has also been treated with Survival. These medications and equipments were made possible thanks to your donations to the annual events “Let’s Dance”, “Meet Halfway “in New York as well as the charity store” Teshavesha”.
Mommy Blerta says that the birth has been very difficult, eventhough this was the second birth for her. The beginning it has been very challenging, given the weight and condition of Adora. But now everything is going well and she cannot stop kissing and hugging Adora and giving her endless love.Donate
This is Priam, the youngest in the neonatology clinic and he is the first child of mom Vjollca. Like the name he carries he is a real fighter. He was born on February 27 th , 2017 during the 27 th week with only 1100 grams. He is still in the incubator under the care of the oxygen system.
He was treated with Survanta, a medication that stimulates the development of the lungs. The oxygen system and Survanta medication has been made possible thanks to your donations through annual events “Let’s Dance” and “Meet us halfway” in New York, and the charity shop “Teshavesha.”
For mom Vjollca, this was the first birth and she felt scared and she initially blamed herself for her baby’s premature birth. But now she feels much better when she sees that his condition is improving each day now. We hope that Priam has a long life and inherits his name as a true king.Donate
Sweet brave Adea captured our hearts the moment we laid eyes on her. Since the very first moment she came into this life, at her mother’s seventh month of pregnancy, she struggled with her health. After being treated with Survanta, and treated to oxygen system, she stayed in the incubator, had her blood analysis workup and had to use the CPAP equipment.
Adea is a brave survivor and her mother is a proud parent. We wish Adea a long and healthy life.Donate
Hi all, I am Andi Sahiti from Mitrovica and I was born prematurely (week 32). I made my mom, Blerina, very frightened but thanks to the medication and equipment made possible through your donations (Survanta medication, incubators, CRP equipment, and CPAP machine) I am now growing healthy. Thank you all, Andi.Donate
I am Sahit Bruckner from Peja. My mom Suzana gave me birth on February 12, 2016, in her 31st week of pregnancy. My mother was very scared when I was born prematurely, but thanks to the medication and equipment donated by you I survived and am getting discharged from the incubator. Thank you all for saving me! Lots of love from me – Sahit Bruckner.Donate
My name is Lora and I am born prematurely (week 30). I am from the lovely town of Ferizaj. I had breathing problems when my mom gave birth to me, but now I am growing healthy thanks to the treatment received with the medication called Survanta. Thank you all those donors who saved me.Donate
I am so small and have no name yet. But, thanks to your support, I am alive and doing well now, although I am born prematurely. Thanks to the medication called “Survanta” I can easily breathe now.Donate
The cute Besian Kastrati was born on July 18th, 2015, prematurely (week 28), weighing only 1kg – he now weighs 1,55kg. The mother, Sofe Qerkizi, 29 years and the 2nd birth, this was quite a traumatic period: ”I was due in October, but gave birth earlier than planned. Besian was weak and needed medical care, and I was afraid for his life. But thanks to the medical care and the medications provided by you all, Besian is growing strong”. The adorable Besian were treated with the Survanta medication, oxygen system, incubators, breathing tubes and the CRP machine for instant blood analysis – all of these made possible by your donations.Donate
The cute Dior Balaj was born on July 15th, 2015, prematurely (week 29), weighing at only 1440gr – he now weighs 1755gr. For their mother, Albana Bashota, this was her second birth. “Now I feel fine. I was concerned for the premature birth. We planned it to be a normal birth, but I had to give birth earlier to save the baby that was low on water (amonial fluid). In the end, it all turned out great and I am thankful to everyone.” The adorable Dior was treated with the Survanta medication, oxygen system, incubators, breathing tubes and the CRP machine for instant blood analysis – all of these made possible by your donations.Donate
The cute baby Amar Shala was born on July 30th, 2015, prematurely (week 30), weighting 1600gr – he now weighs 1890gr! For his mother, Marigona Shala, this was the second delivery. “I was afraid and stressed all the time, as I did not know if my baby would survive. Now that he is well, I am very happy and joyous, all thanks to your help.” The adorable Amar was treated with the Survanta medication, oxygen system, incubators, breathing tubes and the CRP machine for instant blood analysis – all these made possible by your donations.Donate
Anue was born on June 13th, 2015, prematurely (week 30), weighing 1100gr at birth, then lowering to 900gr – but now she is 1235gr. For her mother, Florie Zumeri, this was her first birth. “I was really happy, it was incredible to actually see Anue in real life.” Anue, because of her premature birth and weight-loss, was treated with: Survanta medication, oxygen system, incubators, breathing tubes and the CRP machine for instant blood analysis – all of these made possible by your donations. Anue, may you live long and healthy.Donate
The twins of June
Arti and Vlera were born on June 18th, 2015, prematurely (week 32), at 1600gr and 1730gr respectively. For their mother, Naxhie Zakuti-Kadriu, this was her first birth. “I had mixed feelings, as much as I was happy for the twins, at the same time I was also really scared for their lives. We were really fortunate to have such a great medical care and the medical equipment and medications”. The adorable twins were treated with the Survanta medication, oxygen system and the CRP machine for instant blood analysis – all of these made possible by our donors.Donate
Afërdita will soon give birth to her first child. Before delivering birth, she attended the education and wellness sessions at Women’s Health Resource Center. “I am very satisfied with the sessions attended at the centre and the treatment received there. I have learned a lot of things I have not thought about. I will become mother very soon and I feel physically and psychologically well prepared after attending sessions at the Centre. I also saw a lot of pictures and videos, and met other mothers with whom we shared experiences,” – writes Afërdita in the diary of the Women’s Health Resource Centre.Donate
On June 28, 2015 our Mali became 3 years old. We are happy as we see him grow because 3 years ago, our Mali was in a critical condition: He was born with respiratory problems and needed urgent care. After weeks of treating him with a respirator – a medical device made possible by you at the Neonatology Clinic in Prishtina – he is now able to play, run and grow as a healthy happy boy.
Cases like Mali are many, and thanks to you, all of these children now celebrate their birthdays.Donate
In March 2015, Amelia Ibrahimi came to life. She was 32 weeks old and weighted only 1kg. To help her develop properly, professional doctors at Neonatology Unit, where she received the care, conducted the blood analysis using the CRP/CBC equipment – delivered at the hospital this year. Now, Amelia with her mother Latife and her family, is growing with lots of love, in Gjilan. Donations from our many donors helped Amelia grow.Donate
Mrika gave birth to these beautiful babies weeks ago: baby Melisa born 1200 gram and baby Medina born 1100 gram. The twins were born premature and needed surfactant to develop their lungs and be able to breathe. The Survanta medication was given to these beautiful angels – this essential medication to help babies breathe through additional surfactant needed. Mother Mrika and her twins live today in Podujeva and both babies are getting bigger every day. Survanta medication was made possible through many donors and is saving many babies like Melisa and Medina.Donate
Valbona Desku gave birth in a private maternity clinic. A couple of hours later, her son, Mali, was admitted to the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) at the University Clinical Center of Kosovo (UCCK) in Prishtina. Mali was born with a serious health condition and needed to be placed immediately on a medical respirator, made possible by Action for Mothers and Children through its many donors. Today, Mali is doing wonderfully. He is eating well and is growing each day.Donate
Albulena awoke feeling ill during her sixth month of pregnancy. She didn’t realize that her stomach ache was actually labor. By the time she got to the hospital, it was too late to stop her preterm labor. Her son, Joni, was born 10 weeks early, weighing less than a kilo.
Five years ago in Kosovo, Joni would have had virtually no chance of survival. But Joni received treatment with Survanta, a medication that promotes lung development, and treatment with CPAP, a machine that helps bring oxygen to the lungs. Today, he is home with his parents and big brother. He’s just gotten his first tooth, and is learning to crawl.Donate
Arbresha and her husband married a year ago in Klina, Kosovo. Arbresha studies to become a teacher. When she learned she was pregnant, she went to see a doctor at her nearest hospital in Peja. There she was told she was carrying twins. This is Arbresha’s first birth.
Two weeks before delivery she was referred to the main hospital in UCCK in Prishtina, as she was experiencing a premature prolonged rupture of membranes (PPROM), and needed more sophisticated treatment. Soon after, two beautiful baby girls are born – Amela and Alea via normal vaginal delivery.
Because the twins were born prematurely they were experiencing breathing problems and were treated with the medication called Survanta and a machine called CPAP that improve breathing. Gradually, these distressed newborn babies improved and today they live happily in Klina and are fed with mother’s breast milk.
The birth of Amela and Alea has brought happiness in Arbresha’s family. Survanta medication and CPAP machines were made possible by Action for Mothers and Children, AmeriCares, and its many donors. Amela and Alea were kept at the Neonatology Intensive Care Unit for 5 weeks and today they weigh 2115 gr and 2135 gr.Donate
Elmedina says hi to all of you, one of the triplets who survived from premature labor thanks to infant incubators made possible by Action through Ipko donations.
Elmedina who was thought will not be able to survive, is now safe at home and it’s been two weeks she’s living without incubator. This angel now enjoys her mom’s hugs and weights 1.620gr. When Elmedina’s mother arrived at the hospital, doctors believed the baby has no chances of survival, and were hoping for the other two babies.
Elmedina was treated in incubator from 21st July through October 5th and has now joined her family back at home.Donate