26 July 2019

Little Kausen and her big dream to be healthy

Do you remember the story of 6 months old Kausen from Sangla in western India? She was diagnosed with a heart defect - a defect in the ventricular septum. Her only chance for her rescue was open heart surgery. FutureNet Foundation helped to finance the surgery which took place in Mumbai, in March this year. We have latest news from Kausen’s pediatrician. After a successful operation the girl feels well, she is under the constant care of doctors. We wish her a lot of health and smile.

23 July 2019

Wiktoria’s road to a full recovery

We are really happy to inform you that Wiktoria feels good and achieves her small successes every day. She has recently completed her first year of school. She has new friends. With a little help she is able to use everything offered by the facility. The road to her full recovery is long, but the treatment offered by German doctors brings visible results. Thanks to the help of our foundation, Wiktoria had undergone hip surgery. Her treatment, however, is still planned for many years. We all hope that when she grows up, she will be a fully independent, healthy and happy person.

19 July 2019

Progress in the treatment of Kubuś

In November, Kubuś underwent heart surgery. Now he is doing well, although he is slowly recovering from a severe virus and bacterial infection at the beginning of the year. Infections have weakened his heart. Frequent vomiting and diarrhea occurring during the infection caused him to lack of appetite. Since then, he has been fed via a stomach tube. Specialists are working to change the current state of affairs. We all hope that undertaken actions will bring the expected results. The next step will be the beginning of physical rehabilitation. Parents have recently been seeing some minor progress. They strongly believe that time will bring further improvement. Kubuś is very brave and cheerful - he is happy to discover the world around him and is excited about every new day, waking everyone up at 5 am and falling asleep when it's dark. Apparently it's hard to keep up with him. He also has a very lively brother who doesn't allow him to get bored. We wish you good health!

19 July 2019

Strong and healthy heart of Myat Phone Thinkha

Myat Phone Thinkha is only one year old. He comes from Kawa City in Burma. He is suffering from two congenital heart conditions. We got new information on his treatment. On June 13, the boy was inspected at the hospital in Chiang Mai, but unfortunately he weighs too little to be operated on. He has another scheduled visit in December this year. We keep our fingers crossed for the boy's health!

17 July 2019

Lenka fights for healthy eyes

Little Lenka was born with a congenital defect of both eyes (Coloboma). She got a chance to regain her eyesight from a professor in Warsaw who said that proper rehabilitation can give desired results. Every day, this adorable girl dreams to see the world better. The FutureNet Foundation financed the purchase of special contact lenses and special glasses as well as the development program. In April, during a visit to a specialist, she was recommended new powers for her lenses. Lenka learns to read with an electric magnifying glass and she gets better and better. The girl also started horse riding lessons and mastered riding a two-wheel bike! Beginning from September, Lenka starts her first year at school. We will be keeping our fingers crossed!

9 July 2019

Big success of the PoliWRocket Team

Do you remember PoliWRocket, which was built with the support of FutureNet Foundation? We have great news! Students took 4th place in the Spaceport America Cup 2019 competition! The flight went well and without major problems. First parachute opened perfectly at the maximum height. Unfortunately, the procedure of throwing out the main parachute failed due to the entanglement of ropes. The rocket fell to the ground at the speed of 23 m/s. In effect, several components of the rocket carrier structure were damaged. There was also a minor damage to the engine's hydraulic system. Radio comunication, remote fueling and telemetry worked in accordance with team's plans. The rocket rose to a height of about 4,200m and, ultimately, the team took 4th. It's a big deal, because 124 teams from 14 different countries took part in the competition. Congratulations!

10 May 2019

Significant improvement in treatment of little Mikołaj

Mikołaj, a 4-year-old boy suffering from a serious leg problems, is already after the surgery, which was cofinanced by the FutureNet Foundation. It will help a lot in his daily life.

No fibula, shorter tibia and deformed foot without 3 fingers - this is a list of health problems that Mikołaj is struggling with. His parents sought help for their son, but in Poland the doctors didn't want to proceed any surgery, believing that this problem is too complex and the procedure is dangerous. They offered to amputate the leg of Mikołaj as the only safe solution.

With the financial help of the FutureNet Foundation, a trip and treatment in one of the local hospitals in the USA was organized. The treatment went well and Nicholas' leg was saved. We wish him all the best!

30 April 2019

Computer equipment for children

Children from the Children's Home in Kisielany have received a computer equipment from the FutureNet Foundation. We are sure that it will help in learning, and also in playing! In the modern, digital world, it’s necessary for children to have access to the highly developed tools, that's why we are glad that we could help.

2 April 2019

Successful heart surgery

Kausen from Sangla in western India is only 6 months old. Several days after her birth she fell ill with pneumonia. The girl was taken to hospital, where she was diagnosed with a heart defect - a defect in the ventricular septum. The treatment did not bring any results. Open heart surgery was the only rescue. FutureNet Foundation helped to finance the surgery, which took place last week in Mumbai. The operation was successful and the girl feels good.

28 March 2019

Amelka received a portable oxygen concentrator

5-year-old Amelka suffers from neuroendocrine lung hyperplasia syndrome. The disease causes frequent shortness of breath, so Amelka must use an oxygen concentrator. Previously she had one that she could only use at home. The FutureNet Foundation donated portable equipment to Amelka so that the girl can leave home now.

21 March 2019

Kuba takes independent steps

7 years old Kuba was born with many diseases. After several serious surgeries another diagnosis was made - dislocated hips. In January Kuba successfully underwent the second hip operation, to which funds were donated by the FutureNet Foundation. Now the boy exercises intensively and takes independent steps. See the video on our fanpage.

14 March 2019

Cooperation in Asia – Genesis Foundation

Great news! We started cooperation with another Foundation> https://www.genesis-foundation.net/ Genesis Foundation is based in India. They work with underprivileged children suffering from Congenital Heart Defects. Most of the cases are critical and need immediate intervention. They have supported 1800 plus children so far. Together we want to  save as many little hearts as possible!

7 March 2019

Victoria is becoming more independent

7-year-old Victoria was born with meningival hernia, spina bifida, partial lower limb paresis, hydrocephalus and neurogenic bladder. FutureNet Foundation covered the costs of Wiktoria's hip surgery. The girl's life has changed a lot thanks to the treatment. Victoria is becoming more and more independent. She doesn't need help from her mother in moving around anymore.

26 February 2019

Cooperation in Asia – Child’s Dream Foundation

FutureNet Foundation expands its activity to another continent! We are starting to help in Asia. We will work with Child's Dream Foundation! 👉 https://childsdream.org/. Foundation supports live-saving operations and medical interventions for infants and children, aged 0-12, from Laos and Myanmar who have been born with critical congenital birth defects.

25 February 2019

Adaś treatment brings positive effects

Adaś is less than 2 years old and has already undergone 3 serious surgeries. He suffers from a very rare genetic disorder of the eyes. His parents dream of him regaining his sight and becoming able to see the world. The only chance was given by doctors from the clinic in Boston. The FutureNet Foundation funded part of the costs of treatment in the USA. We have the latest news from the boy's parents! The results of the treatment are positive. Inspection visits have confirmed that Adaś has a sense of light. The boy reacts to glowing toys, black-and-white objects and sight therapy boards. Now he is waiting for further rehabilitation! We wish him a lot of health!