Wo sukuu kai
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oooh, orphan Template:Citation style There are charity organisations called Sukuukai in Japan. They are established in order to “rescue” little patients who have a serious disease like heart disease. The Sukuu kai gathers donation for those who have disease, and need money for their operation. In Japan, some kinds of operation are forbidden (now the prohibition has been revoked), but there are various kind of difficulty.
What is Sukuu (Mamoru) kai.
Sukuu kai is a type of charity organisation for children who have serious disease like heart disease. In a lot of cases, a heart transplantation is the only way in order to care the heart disease. However, in Japan surgeons cannot give young children a heart transplant. That is because the transplantation requires a heart of young child, and young children are prohibited from donating his or her heart in Japan. So the young children who need the surgery of heart transplantation have to go abroad so that they have the operations of heart transplantation. The operation and going abroad cost a lot of money which is often more than 100 million yen. However the one parents of the patients never gather such a lot of money by themselves. So the “Sukuukai” is established. The organisation makes a website and stand on the streets. The organisation appeals to a lot of people to contribute to the patients.
Example of those who want donation
Tsuruzoe Hinata, seven-year-old boy, had heart disease, so he needed to be operated surgery which cost 145 million yen. The cost is so high that his parents appeal to a lot of people to contribute to them. At last, they raised more than 145 million yen including rest money another Sukuu kai donated.
Saijou Mai, ten-year-old girl, had heart disease. So the parents founded Mai chan wo sukuu kai, and gathered more than 210 million.
Nagao Sumika is two-year-old girl. she had heart disease, so her parent founded Sumika chan wo mamoru kai to raise money for her heart transplant operation in 2013.
Jinnbo Nagi is four-year-old boy. He also had heart disease when he was two years and needed heart transplant operation. His parents founded Nagi kun wo sukuukai in 2012, and they raised 165million yen in about 4 month. He had heart transplant operation on June twentyfourth 2013, and operation succeeded. He spend life thanks to Sukuu kai and his donor. His recent state can be seen at Nagi kun wo sukuu kai
- nihon deha 15sai miman no zoukiishoku ga kinsi sarete masuga naze kinsi sarete irundeshouka Retrieved:http://okwave.jp/qa/q2270926.html [November 27, 2014]
- Sumikatyanbokin, zenniinorimokuhyoudassei, tikakutokouitteimokettei (the baby names sumika have raised enough money she will go to the abroad in recent time).(2014, March 19) kita nihonn sinnbunn Retrieved : http://headlines.yahoo.co.jp/hl?a=20140319-00003063-kitanihon-l16 [2014, March 19]
- Shinzōishokuhi bokin ga mokuhyōgakuni, Zushi de honsou no josei “kansha”/Kanagaua (The money donated for the heart transplantion has been fully raised. The woman raising it in Zushi was grateful/Kanagawa), (2014, March 15). Kanagawa shinbun (Kanagawa newspaper)Retrieved: http://headlines.yahoo.co.jp/hl?a=20140315-00000011-kana-114 [June 12, 2014]
- “Yoku ganbattane.” Shinzou ishoku tobeichū Saijo Mai san shujutsu seikō Kōbe (“Good job” saijo Mai went to USA for heart transplantation and the operation was succeed ,Kōbe).(2014,May 24), Sankei shinbun (Sankei newspaper) Retrieved :http://headlines.yahoo.co.rp/hl?a=20140529-000000028-san-128[June 12,2014]
- Sumika chan wo sukuukai (the group to save Sumika chan) Retrieved:http://sumika-chan.net/ [june, 15, 2014 ].
- Nagi kun wo sukuu kai (the group to save Nagi kun) Retrieved: http://nagi-kun.xbs.jp/ [june, 15, 2014]
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