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How our Foundation supports hospitals

The workload on Ukrainian doctors has increased many times over the last months. There are a large number of civilians and military wounded in the hotspots. Areas where there is no active hostilities have taken in hundreds of thousands of internally displaced persons who often need medical attention. In addition, the Covid-19 epidemic is still going on in Ukraine and around the world.

One of the important areas of the Foundation's work is helping civil and military doctors and hospitals. Since the beginning of the war, over 50 medical institutions in 14 oblasts and in Kyiv have received aid from the Humanitarian Initiatives Charitable Foundation.

In total, since the beginning of the war and until now, the Foundation has donated over 200 pallets of medicines and medical supplies to medical institutions.

What was in the pallets:

  • ABL800 FLEX blood analyzers

  • Cortium Holter ECG monitors

  • vacuum suctions

  • adrenaline autoinjectors

  • Eldon blood group analyzers and other medical devices

  • masks

  • Diclofenac

  • Ibuprofen

  • Correctin

  • Paracetamol

  • medical mattresses

  • and many many other items to help save lives

Partnership on the #HumanismInAction principle

The Humanitarian Initiatives Foundation donated 20,000 adrenaline pens to the Ministry of Health of Ukraine. We are also happy to be a partner of the medical battalion Hospitallers in the project of a unique renibus to rescue the wounded. The Foundation transferred to them:

  • 6 cardio monitors

  • vacuum suction

  • 3 oxygen concentrators

  • power converter

  • adrenaline autoinjectors

  • blood group analyzers

  • purchased a defibrillator

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Together with the Alliance for Public Health and the Association of Volunteers of Zaporizhzhya, we delivered medical supplies to the Vinnytsia Military Hospital, Kharkiv and Zaporizhzhya Regional Hospitals.

Thanks to coordinated work between the Foundation, philanthropist Taras Kytsmey, SoftServe co-founder, and a specialized manufacturer of medical equipment in Kyiv, we purchased and delivered a high-frequency electrosurgical device Nadiya- 4 to the Kharkiv Regional Clinical Hospital. This device is used for monopolar and bipolar coagulation of soft tissues and blood vessels using high frequency current in an environment without anesthetics.

The Foundation's team adheres to the priority priorities for providing targeted assistance:

● city, regional and children's hospitals in the war zone

● Volunteer communities & families in liberated territories

The main focus of our efforts is to minimize the time between receiving the goods and delivering it to the final consumer.


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