Family values are deep-rooted in Azerbaijan, and have been passed down from generation to generation since time immemorial. Care of youngsters, and respect for the elderly are cherished traditions in our country.
On July 8th, Vice-president of the Heydar Aliyev Foundation Leyla Aliyeva paid visits to Clinical Child Hospital No.2 named after Garayev, the Topchubashov Scientific Surgery Centre, the Research Haematology and Transfusion Institute named after Eyvazov, and the Thalassemia Centre in the capital, and met children being treated there.
First, Leyla Aliyeva arrived at Clinical Child Hospital No.2 named after Garayev. It was informed that 135 children are being treated here at the moment. Leyla Aliyeva took interest in the treatment of children, met children being treated in various sections of the hospital, and talked with their parents. Leyla Aliyeva wished the children quick recovery, presenting them gifts.
Then, Leyla Aliyeva visited the Topchubashov Scientific Surgery Centre.
Here, Leyla Aliyeva was informed of children being treated here, and the rehabilitation process they undergo.
Leyla Aliyeva met with children being treated at the centre, and gladdened them, presenting them gifts.
Constructed in 1971, this centre has its exclusive services in training of highly qualified professionals in the field of surgery.
Leyla Aliyeva wished success to the staff, and quick recovery to the children being treated here.
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Leyla Aliyeva arrived at the Research Haematology and Transfusion Institute named after Eyvazov.
Leyla Aliyeva was given information about the activities of the institute, and the treatment process taking place here. Leyla Aliyeva became acquainted with the education project applied at this medical establishment. Being realized with the support of the ministers of Healthcare and Education, this project allows school-age children to receive distant education.
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Thereafter, Leyla Aliyeva visited the Thalassemia Centre. The Heydar Aliyev Foundation has been doing very significant works associated with the issue of thalassemia, implementing necessary programmes aiming at training professionals in this field. Created with the support of the Foundation, the Thalassemia Centre has become a place of healing for those suffering from this disease. The primary objective of establishing this centre was to organize a qualified medical institution and a blood bank, training of highly qualified personnel, and provision of children suffering from thalassemia with safe and quality blood components, as well as with appropriate medical service.