Rise humanitarian missions: where did we go in March?
March was a very active month in terms of trips and humanitarian missions. We were constantly sorting, counting, packing, delivering, and so on. Every member of our team worked for the benefit of people who need our help.
At the beginning of the month, we went on a humanitarian mission to Svitlovodsk, where we provided humanitarian kits (food and hygiene products), as well as blankets, warm clothes and children’s gifts to more than 100 IDP families.
One of the main tasks of humanitarian missions in the reoccupied territories of Ukraine are to provide food and medical care. That is why our volunteers went to the Kherson City Clinical Hospital named after E.E. Karabelesh at the beginning of the month and brought a huge amount of medicines, pharmaceuticals, medical instruments and equipment.
Immediately after Kherson, we went to hospitals in Kramatorsk and Druzhkivka (Donetsk Oblast). The medicines and equipment were delivered to Kramatorsk City Hospitals #2 and #3 and Druzhkivka City Clinical Hospital #1.
We also visited the city of Kamyanske (currently home to a huge number of IDPs). We provided food, hygiene products, blankets and warm clothes to the IDPs living in the city.
Furthermore, we provided assistance to the State Research Institute for Medical and Social Problems of Disability of the Ministry of Health of Ukraine, the Regional Medical Center for Family Health, the Dnipro Multidisciplinary Clinical Hospital for Psychiatric Care and the Mother and Child Center.
Humanitarian missions are an important element in ensuring the vital needs of the population affected by war and occupation. That is why our Fund is constantly working to deliver aid to Ukrainians in all parts of our country.
Help for Ukraine starts with each of us.
With love, the Rise team.Donate