Hemophilia Home is a nonprofit established to improve the quality of life for patients with hemophilia by collecting knowledge on hemophilia and assisting poor patients. Hemophilia Home is in Beijing, China.
Established in 2010 Hemophilia Home aims to advocate for treatment, education and social inclusiveness of people with hemophilia. Our goal is to promote the development of hemophilia care and improved the living conditions of hemophilia patients in China. Funding our operations has been our primary struggle as an NGO. Luckily, our partnership with TFISH in 2011 supported us during our time in need.
Over the years, TFISH has given us more than financial support. It brought us new ideas for our organization’s operations. Mr and Mrs Chao visited us and gave us much help and suggestions which moved us greatly. We were very moved by the interest and support they had for our mission and we were inspired to better serve hemophilia patients. We hope to continue our close cooperation with TFish!
Original article written by Tao Guan, translated and edited by Yanyan Zhang
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