MEMBERS

New OIFE member Ghana

We are happy to announce that the Annual General Meeting has voted in favor of accepting OIF GHANA as a new associate member of OIFE. We now have 35 member organizations in our umbrella. Osteogenesis Imperfecta Foundation Ghana was established in May 2017 and is led by chair Justina Yiadom-Boakye. In the article below you…

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New OIFE member – Ukraine

Who are you and what is your relationship to OI? My name is Karina and I am mother to 8 year old girl with OI type 3. We live in Rovno, which is located in Western Ukraine. Can you tell us a few words about Ukraine? Ukraine is a country in Eastern Europe. It has…

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MEDICAL

Psychosocial aspects in OI

In 2019 Care4BrittleBones would like to build up a network to foster knowledge exchange around psychosocial aspects of OI. The network will be led by Dr. Kara Ayers (photo) from Cincinnati children’s hospital, USA and Dr. Claire Hill from Sheffield’s children hospital, UK. The purpose of the network is to explore key topics of shared…

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“The Transformation” – Russian Youth Project

In December 2018 Russian Charitable Foundation “Brittle People” started its the most outstanding online-project “The Transformation”, focused on children and teenagers with OI professional skill and psychological health. Inspiring “The Transformation” program success, Fund’s psychologist Aleksandr Kharitonov decided to run another one – “The Course of Success”. It has been started in September 2018. Both…

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New OIFE member: Brittle Bones South Africa

By Rageema Livingstone, chair of Brittle Bones South Africa  Who are you and what is your relationship to OI? My relationship with OI started nearly 12 years ago when my daughter was born with the condition. She is diagnosed as type 3 and currently wheelchair bound as she is experiencing bone thinning to the extent…

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