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Facts & Figures

 

What are the cases treated by Cap-Ho


-       Premature

Treatment cost:

Between US$ 25,000 and US$50,000 per premature child.

 

-       Cystic Fibrosis

Treatment cost:

US$3,000 per month

 

-       Renal failure and cardiac disorders in newly born

Treatment cost:

Between US$10,000 and US$15,000

 

-       Neonatal infections

Treatment cost:

Between US$5,000 and US$10,000

 

-       Children suffering from  respiratory distress, kidney failure, neurological injuries and physical or motor handicap

Treatment cost:

Between US$ 10,000 and US$ 15,000

 

-       Children requiring a monthly medical treatment

Treatment cost:

Between US$ 200 and 500 per child, on a monthly basis

 

-       Children suffering from a chronic disease

Monthly treatment cost:

Between US$ 2,000 and 3,000 per month

 

 

Annual expenses

 

1995         14 645   $

1996         22 073   $

1997         55 695   $

1998         91 786   $

1999        111 367 $ 

2000        143 533 $

2001        155 300 $

2002        163 245 $

2003        165 075 $

2004        122 000 $

2005        116 000 $

2006         97 842  $

2007        132 000 $

2008        127 000 $

2009        121 320 $

2010        119 647 $

2011        131 480 $

2012        147 628 $

2013        136 725 $

2014        134 630 $

 

External support reaches a yearly average of US$ 63,000.

Cap-Ho covers annually expenses of medical treatments of around 100 children.

720 children sick with chronic diseases were covered by Cap-Ho as outpatients for all the years of duration of their treatment ( Cystic fibrosis, renal dialysis, cancer....) 

In 21 years, more then 4800 children and neonates hospitalizations expenses were covered by

Cap-Ho.

 

The figures somehow appear to be completely unbelievable for an Association exclusively counting on individual donations. Nevertheless, facts are real and Cap-Ho is working very hard to afford the required budget to guarantee medical treatments to sick and disadvantaged children.