Primorsky Commissioner helped challenged child

12 September 2017

Mother of a challenged child appealed to Commissioner for Human Rights in Primorsky Krai Valery Rozova asking for help.

According to the applicant, in May her son was operated at the Moscow Children’s Health Center and the rehospitalization was required for further treatment.

Having examined the provided materials, Valery Rozov sent an appeal to the Primorsky regional department of the Social Security Fund of the Russian Federation with a request to provide financing for the transportation to the place of treatment.

However, due to the fact that the child’s hospitalization was required urgently, the regional Commissioner appealed to the Primorsky Regional Public Charitable Foundation for the Protection of Maternity and Childhood «Mama» n.a. N.v. Izotova.

Thanks to the help of the «Mama» Foundation, the necessary plane tickets were purchased. The Commissioner expresses deep gratitude to the employees of the charitable organization.

Adapted from the press service of the Commissioner for Human Rights in Primorsky Krai

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