Through our programs in Israel and abroad, 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.
Save a Child’s Heart saves children with congenital and acquired heart defects who have almost no chance of surviving to adulthood in their native countries.
To date, Save a Child's Heart has saved the lives of more than 6,600 children from 70 countries in Africa, South America, Europe, Asia, and throughout the Middle East and trained more than 140 medical team members from these countries.
Husan was the first child from Uzbekistan to be treated by SACH. Uzbekistan represents the 60th country reached by the organization. "I am so glad to be here, especially for the warm welcome we received. I am very grateful to all of you for saving my son's life. I have no words to express my gratitude," Husan’s mother said.READ STORY
Fatma is a one-year-old toddler from Masingini, Zanzibar who became the 5,000th child treated by Save a Child’s Heart. Her mother, Balkis, received treatment from SACH for the same condition 20 years earlier. “I owe my own life to this incredible NGO, and now they saved my baby. I owe them my happiness.” Balkis said.READ STORY
Amidst the global Coronavirus pandemic, at the time of her treatment, Arena was one of nine Palestinian children under our care at Wolfson Medical Center. Now, with a healthy heart, Arena can enjoy some of her favorite things, like sweets, horses and coloring.READ STORY
ON AVERAGE, SAVE A CHILD’S HEART SAVES A LIFE EVERY 24 HOURS.OUR CHILDREN
Our Medical Team Members treat children from developing countries where life-saving cardiac care is inaccessible.
Our medical teams work with partners around the world to diagnose, teach, and perform life-saving heart treatments.OUR MISSIONS
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