A child from Africa treated at Wolfson Medical Center in Jerusalem in joint effort with Save a Child's Heart. (Youtube/Screenshot) (Youtube/Screenshot)
Save a Child's Heart

It started with a dream of physicians to share their knowledge and medical skills with the world, explains Dr. Anat Engel, director of Wolfson Medical Center.

Save a Child’s Heart, an Israeli NGO, and Wolfson Medical Center in Jerusalem have saved the lives of 5,000 children, some of them as young as newborns.

The children hail from almost 60 countries where they have no access to proper treatment. Many became ill because of a lack of antibiotics.

Save a Child’s Heart is untouched by politics and relations between countries.