Welcome to Sister Dalila Charitable Foundation
The Foundation “Sister Dalila” is a charitable organization established by Kulish Oksana who suffers from pulmonary hypertension. That’s why she knows very well how to balance between the life and death every day. On one of these days when she seemed that tomorrow might not come she promised to dedicate her life to help others if God would save her life.
Pulmonary hypertension (PH) is the broad, inclusive name for a group of several chronic diseases that affect the lungs and the heart.
Around the world World PH Day activities are held to raise awareness of disease and celebrate the lives of people living with PH.
Butterfly in Blue
The “Butterfly in Blue” project shows the problem of pulmonary hypertension through the prism of beauty.
What We Are Doing?
One of our main goals is to spread the information about PH to facilitate early diagnosis. It also helps for the wider community to better understand the difficulties PH patients are living with in their everyday life.
We participate in a great number of projects, partnerships, working groups and various task forces with the aim of ensuring better quality of life for the patients, best treatment and ultimately a cure for PH.
We share novelties and recommendations in PH treatment, together we solve problems and overcome difficulties.
Comprehensive rehabilitation is the key to a full and better quality of life.
Keep up to date
Wearing Mask not only in the Times of Pandemia
Healthy people were forced to wear face masks due to COVID-19 to protect themselves. Many
“Radio Pershe” about the project “O2 kids” from the European Pulmonary Hypertension Association
“Radio Pershe” about the project “O2 kids” and electric scooters for kids with Pulmonary Hypertension
Olga Romanyshyn-Oprysk, you have made the child’s dream come true. The bed is similar to the bed of the princess!
Olga Romanyshyn-Oprysk, you have made the child’s dream come true. The bed is similar to
What people say?
You should hold yourself in your hands, to enjoy life no matter what, enjoy every moment. Than the treatment will help, everything will help.
Peer- to-peer mentoring is an amazing way of learning from people who know how to live well with PH about how to manage the disease.
Every day is my victory. Every breath I take is for my faith and life.
There are no hopeless situations and no doomed people, there is someone's indifference.
Oksana kulish Skåra