Fyodor K.

Our stories

Why do we do our work? Look at the faces of these kids, you'll understand. We want to share with you some stories of our little heroes.

Little Fyodor suffers from Hirschsprung's disease, a hereditary pathology of the internal organs, which does not allow the child to develop normally and live a normal life. Immediately after birth the boy’s bowel practically did not work. The kid ate poorly and was getting weaker day by day. He was crying from the pain making his parent completely desperate. Fedya underwent two surgeries to restore normal bowel function. After a treatment in Moscow he requires an urgent surgery abroad.

His family came to the ABSOLUT-HELP charity foundation in January 2016 after an unsuccessful operation which was followed by several aftertroubles. The boy's life was under threat.


His family came to the ABSOLUT-HELP charity foundation in January 2016 after an unsuccessful operation which was followed by several aftertroubles. The boy's life was under threat.


After treatment the boy quickly sat recovering. In July 2016 Fyodor and his parents were supposed to fly to Israel for the second surgery. However, due to positive changes, the doctors postponed the visit to the clinic to September. The condition of the kid improved greatly. After consultation with Israeli colleagues, the doctors decided that the surgery can be done in the Moscow clinic under the state quota. The life of Fyodor is safe now and there is no need long flights and additional financial costs

The third surgery was carried out in September 2016 under quota. Now the excretory system of the kid is recovering. The boy is happy, he gains weight and develops as a normal child of his age. He visited us in the office with his mother. Every single employee of our Organization was charmed by little Fedor – we are confident that this active, bright, cheerful man will be fine!



We, the parents, are infinitely grateful to the ABSOLUT-HELP charity foundation for support: the diagnosis and surgery in Israel for Fedya. We can't even imagine what could happen without these complex operations!

Alexandra K., Fedya's mother


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