In 2011 we set out with a plan to start a palliative care programme in Kosovo to provide professional end of life care for terminally ill patients. Our aim was to support the care of seriously ill and dying patients in their homes, bringing comfort and dignity to people and help them live life to the full, for whatever time they have left.

Since then, we have trained over 3,200 doctors and nurses in end-of-life care. We have completed over 21,500 homecare visits and have treated thousands of patients.

We have therefore accomplished our mission which we set out to achieve in 2011 and will therefore no longer be running our palliative care project in Kosovo.

We have felt privileged to serve the people of Kosovo during the past decade with this project and are pleased to inform you that the government of Kosovo is now helping to provide healthcare for cancer patients. This is a wonderful answer to prayer and we thank you for your faithful support over the years.