Co-Creation Model: Tell us about your main strategic partners and how the partnership truly create value. For each Partner please include its type (business/social/public), its name, a short description, its key motivation to participate in the co-creation project, and the key contributions it is making in the co-creation project. Please follow the format displayed below:
Autonomous Non-profit Organization “Deti” (Children) (Moscow)
The organization aims at creating a comprehensive rehabilitation system for children and adolescents suffering from cancer diseases and for their families.
The organization pays special attention to providing advanced training of specialists working in the field of oncology (doctors, nurses, psychologists, social workers, instructors and art therapists) and promoting the exchange of experiences at the inter-regional and international levels.
Charitable Foundation “AdVita” (Saint Petersburg)
The Foundation provides assistance to cancer patients and hospital oncology departments in different situations: payments for medicines, search for bone marrow donors, prostheses and implants, hospital equipment and support to families of cancer patients. Today, the Foundation has about four hundred children under its care, five full-time employees, two and a half thousand blood donors and more than a hundred and fifty volunteers.
Charitable Foundation “Nastenka” (Moscow)
The Foundation's main goal is to improve the quality of diagnosis and treatment of children with cancer diseases and provide comprehensive assistance to families of young patients.
K. Khabensky Charitable Foundation (Moscow)
The Foundation organizes assistance to children suffering from cancer and other brain diseases. The main activities of the Foundation include assistance in organizing the examination and treatment of children, purchase of medicines, organization of rehabilitation programmes, assistance to Russian medical institutions specialised in diagnosing and treatment for children’s brain diseases.
The Foundation is also engaged in providing advanced training to doctors and awareness work with parents aimed at improving the early diagnosis of severe brain disorders.
Charitable Foundation “Sokhrani Zhizn” (Save a Life) (Vladivostok)
The Foundation takes care of children with cancer and hematological diseases at the Children's Regional Oncology and Hematology Centre.
Charitable Foundation “Zdravookhranenie–Detiam!” (Health Care – for Children) (Novosibirsk)
The Foundation is engaged in helping young patients and their legal representatives exercise their right to obtain affordable, adequate, modern and timely medical care in Russia.
N.N. Blokhin Russian Cancer Research Centre, Russian Academy of Medical Sciences (Moscow); Oncology Department of the Morozov Municipal Clinical Hospital (Moscow); Children's Department at the Research Institute of Oncology in Pesochnoye (Saint Petersburg); Children’s Oncology Department at the 31st Municipal Hospital (Saint Petersburg ); the Leukemia Department at the 1st Municipal Children's Hospital (Saint Petersburg); the Oncohematology Department at the Children’s Regional Hospital (Vladivostok); and the Children’s Oncohematology Department at the Novosibirsk Central Regional Hospital (Novosibirsk).
The Transaero Programme dedicated to healthcare assistance for children, under which the art therapy project -“A Brief History of Aviation” - was realized, is the only Russian business charity programme that comprises a set of measures to overcome children’s serious illnesses including from actual treatment to rehabilitation. When the treatment phase, which often takes several years (in particular, in the case of pediatric oncology) comes to an end, a family that has endured endless chemotherapy, radiation, and surgery sessions, numerous complications and painful search for money to pay for treatment, experiences extreme exhaustion along with the joy of recovery. After difficult and long-term treatment, little patients need social, educational and psychological rehabilitation.
Originally, the rehabilitation programme, developed and implemented by Transaero, was based on close collaboration with the Rehabilitation Centre for families whose children had suffered from cancer – Autonomous Non-profit Organization “Deti” (ANO Children). Twice a year, a rehabilitation camp is organized, whereby participants of the corporate volunteer programme “Putyshestie v Stranu Transaero” (Travelling to Transaero Land) and their family members travel to a specific place with live entertainment, where they play and communicate with the children. The programme has expanded to include partner charitable foundations, which, in the past six years, have collaborated in setting up a programme to promote children’s health – “Nazad v Budushcheye” (Back to the Future). Collaboration with clinics and oncohematology centres and departments is organized on a regular basis in Moscow, Saint Petersburg, Vladivostok, Khabarovsk, Krasnoyarsk, Omsk and Kaluga.
By adhering to a comprehensive approach to resolving social problems and opinions that only joint efforts can be effective in addressing them, when implementing social and charitable programmes, our airline attracts leading experts and collaborates with regional and local authorities, as well as non-profit organizations. Non-profit organizations - the main partners in the programme - provide expert evaluations of all activities, get directly involved in the implementation of the programme and long term planning.
Only in close cooperation with relevant organizations involved professionally in providing assistance can we achieve high performance and open new horizons and new perspectives for the rehabilitation programme initiated by Transaero.