Great Care for Little Kidneys. Everywhere.

The International Pediatric Nephrology Association (IPNA) is a global, nonprofit charitable organization that believes that all children deserve to be healthy and receive optimal treatment and care for kidney disease regardless of their economic level or political choice. IPNA facilitates the exchange of knowledge and expertise without barriers, does not discriminate and is committed to international understanding. Through our programs, IPNA works to disseminate knowledge about kidney disease in children in the areas where care is needed most, and IPNA is the ONLY organization in the world today providing these services for children with kidney disease.

At IPNA, we teach and train through fellowships, teaching courses, junior classe and more. When one IPNA doctor trains 100 doctors in a developing country, thousands of children receive care, and lives are saved. While the impact of our programs leads to positive outcomes, the value of having access to just one IPNA- trained doctor is absolutely immeasurable to a family who is desperately trying to save their child’s life.

November Message from Our President Hui Kim Yap

Dear Members and Friends,

 

The feedback from the participants in our teaching courses and the reports from the IPNA fellows and other programs prove to me we are building a movement to change young lives dealing with kidney disease for the better. Our training programs help to make health care more equitable throughout the world, yet we must work together to accomplish much more to make enduring progress. Read more. > > > 

 

All Educational Materials on the IPNA Website Are Open Access for the Remainder of 2020. >>>

 

The 1st IPNA Guideline Dedicated to the Diagnosis and Treatment of Steroid-Resistant Nephrotic Syndrome (SRNS) in Children Now Available Online. >>>

IPNA Launches COVID-19 Initiative. > > > Collaborative efforts aim to provide specific information about COVID-19 and children with CKD, dialysis and transplant, using several languages.

Today and everyday, you can make an impact on global kidney health in children by supporting IPNA’s programs. Your donation will further strengthen our community medical systems around diagnosis and treatment to address the disparity in healthcare in developing nations. Please join us in caring for Little Kidneys.

IPNA is committed to nonprofit transparency and has proudly reached the Silver Transparency Level on GuideStar, a charity watchdog service. The GuideStar database includes roughly 1.8 million IRS-recognized tax-exempt organizations in the US, and less than 1 percent of these organizations have reached this Silver Transparency Level. At IPNA, we know that there are millions of ways that you can spend your charitable dollars to help good causes around the globe. Support IPNA today and know that your generous gift in any amount is being used responsibly to further our mission and save Little Kidneys.

Regardless of how you give, SAVING CHILDREN’S LIVES is the impact of your gift. Please give today.

All the IPNA committees have been very active despite their inability to hold in-person meetings, which normally take place at Congresses.

Through a collaborative effort of IPNA, ESPN and ERKNet, more educational opportunities are now available online.

Dr. Bonilla-Felix traveled from Puerto Rico to lead this effort on behalf of IPNA. DaVita, an international dialysis company, provided seven nurses and dieticians to service the screenings, teach and train.

Saving Lives Is the Real Impact of Your Gift.

IPNA Little Kidneys Trains Doctors about kidney disease pain and symptoms in children and how to treat kidney failure.

$150

pays for a doctor from a developing country to receive IPNA membership benefits and resources.

IPNA Little Kidneys responds to worldwide emergencies and natural disasters by ensuring those who need kidney disease care receive it.

$5,000

supports doctors traveling to disaster areas to treat children with kidney disease.

IPNA Little Kidneys need better trained doctors to more accurately diagnose and treat kidney disease.

$15,000

covers the cost of one fellowship at an IPNA Training Center.

IPNA Little Kidneys gets pediatric nephrologists in developing countries the information that they so desperately need and want.

$80,000

pays for 10 courses taught in developing countries.

Your Donation In Any Amount Can Help Change the Fate of a Child.

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