Your donations enable us to continue to provide educational resources to palliative care workers the Asia Pacific region. These resources directly affect patient care and can help to contribute to the development of palliative care in the Asia Pacific.
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Every contribution you make, big or small, will make a difference. We thank you for this meaningful gift to support our work.
APHN's Covid-19 Care Packages
The APHN Covid-19 Care Packages were designed as a morale booster for palliative care workers in the Asia Pacific region working at the frontline during this Covid-19 pandemic.
Some are battling to provide medical care, medicines and psychosocial support to very sick patients at home despite city lockdowns. Others are working in hospitals or are being tran.... read more
Thank you in advance for enabling us to send these care packages to palliative care workers working tirelessly during this Covid-19 pandemic in the Asia Pacific region. Let us continue to spread kindness!
APHN's Travel Bursaries
The Asia Pacific Hospice Palliative Care Network (APHN) continuously organises programmes for training and education to equip those in developing countries with knowledge on palliative care so that they may apply what they have learnt to help patients in their institutions. Currently, one of the active programmes is our Clinical Observership.... read more
With your donation, you can help provide an opportunity for a palliative care worker to attend the observership for free or at a fraction of the cost.
Adopt a Participant
The Asia Pacific Hospice Palliative Care Network (APHN) offers bursaries to help those with financial difficulties to attend the biennial Asia Pacific Hospice Conference (APHC). You may head to this link to read the testimonies from our bursary recipients last year: https://aphn.org/aphn-bursaries-2019-reports/
Help support participants who wish to attend the conference so they may experience this incredible learning opportunity and use the knowledge they attained to make a difference in palliative care for their hometowns.