“We met Alexandr Sysin and his wife Vera on June 2012 during handover ceremony of “Personal Energy Transportation” (PET) for people with limited possibilities of health.
“Alexandr is 58 years old and he lives in the village Alamudun in the Chui Region. On the morning January’ 2012 he went to work and didn’t return home. Two days later, his wife found him beaten up by unknown people on the outskirts of the village. Alexandr suffered a strong cerebral injury which requried two operations on the brain. Doctors saved his life, but he remained bedridden. He couldn’t move or even speak.
“Thanks to the long-term treatment, good care and his wife Vera’s efforts, Alexandr’s rehabilitation yielded results. He got better. He began to walk, talk and live again. Receipt of PET last year played a very important role in Alexandr’s rehabilitation process. According to Vera’s words – Alexand’s wife: “He used PET with pleasure from the time of receipt. It helped him to strengthen his hand and shoulder muscles. Before most of time he spent at home because it was very difficult for him to get out one on crutches. He even didn’t have a wheelchair. Now we always walk together, buy foods and Alexandr carry it to home by PET Children outside ask him to take them on the interesting transportation”.
“Alexandr is considered a member of the first group of disability and receives a small pension of 661 soms (about 13,5 USD). His wife also has the second group disability (suffers from bronchial asthma) and gets small pension 3000 soms (about 61,5 USD). Alexandr has three sons; that live far away and don’t support them financially. Thanks to the kind people’s help Alexandr and Vera continue live and fight for the full life.
“At present Alexandr’s rehabilitation continues. Now he can walk with a cane instead of crutches.
“Alexandr Sysin and his wife express deep thanks to American people and United States Department of State for their support to the people with limited possibilities of health.”