Although the Romanian people have made progress since joining the European Union, nearly one in ten Romanians still lives in poverty and there is a limited public health system.
Americares work in Romania largely centered on the treatment of hemophilia, an inherited disease that prevents blood from properly clotting. Americares sent shipments of hemophilia treatments to partner clinics in Romania’s largest urban centers. For example, the Loius Turcanu Emergency Hospital for Children serves more than 2,000 hemophilia patients each year and is responsible for programs throughout the country. And annual support for Camp Ray of Hope changes kids lives. Read More → .
Working in Romania since 1988.