During the Period of Martial Law Ukraine Received 10,500 Tons of Medical Humanitarian Aid with a Total Cost of UAH 12,850 Million
During the period of martial law Ukraine received a total of 10,500 tons of medical humanitarian aid with a total cost of UAH 12,850 million.
This is assistance from more than 35 countries of the world, from international and partner organizations, from Ukrainian and foreign businesses, and directly from medical institutions in other countries.
In particular, received:
- medicines - 480,559,363 units;
- consumables and personal protective equipment – 133,020,948 units;
- tools - 194,339 units;
- complex sets - 13,924 units;
- equipment - 302,192 units;
- completed tactical first-aid kits - 137,278 units;
- medical furniture - 618 units;
- medical transport - 405 units;
- bulletproof vests and helmets for medical workers – 1,632 units;
- other - 59,496,094 units.
The MoH distributes this assistance not only to health care institutions of its subordination, but also to municipal and departmental institutions, including those that are subordinate to security and defense structures. All humanitarian aid is distributed by priority. First of all, to cover the needs of medical institutions located in and near the war zone, as well as those that treat the wounded. In addition, the focus is on institutions in regions with a large number of internally displaced persons.
Humanitarian aid is unloaded at warehouses near the state border, where it is taken into account, and then distributed and delivered to the regions, taking into account priority. It is important to note that the collection of medical needs, accounting of balances in regional warehouses and healthcare institutions, as well as the distribution of medical humanitarian aid take place through the information and analytical system “MedData”, which ensures the controllability and transparency of the process.
“The world has united around Ukraine in its desire to help and bring our victory closer! We thank all our partners, your support is thousands of saved lives of Ukrainians, each of which is priceless for us!” says Mariia Karchevych, Deputy Minister of Health for digital development.
Our sincere gratitude to all those who helped and continue to help, namely:
Countries: Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Great Britain, Greece, Denmark, Estonia, Israel, India, Ireland, Spain, Italy, Kazakhstan, Cyprus, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Norway, Netherlands, Germany, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Turkey, Hungary, France, Finland, Croatia, Czech Republic, Sweden, Japan, and others.
International and charitable organizations: WHO, UNICEF, Direct Relief, Americares, Doctors Without Borders, Rinat Akhmetov Foundation, ECHAlliance, British PLAST, HOPE Worldwide, Olena Pinchuk Foundation, Andriy Stavnitser Foundation, Humanitarian Initiatives, Razom for Ukraine, HelpUkraine.center, Rotary club, Comunita di Sant'Egidio, St.Barbara Ukrainische Kirche, Nova Ukraine, UMANA, Orphans Feeding Foundation, Zarys Foundation, Oneukraine, Nova Ukraine, Public organization "Mentor", Federation Nationale de la protection civile, Ukrainian-American House, Humanitarian for Empowerment, Meest, Walmart and Project C.U.R.E, Operation White Stork, Federation Council of Jewish Religious Communities and Organizations of Ukraine, Help to Ukraine, Omenaa Foundation and others.
Foreign and Ukrainian businesses: Teva, Bayer, Darnitsa, Novo Nordisk, Pfizer, Abbot, Amarox, Nestle, Medtronic, GE, emerging biosolutions, Sanofi, Egis, Biopharma, Stada, Farmak, Galexis, Stada, Novartis, AstraZeneca, Solve Care, Circle Health Group, Teladoc Health in California, Zarys, Dr.Reddy's, Servier Ukraine, EQL Pharma, MBI Pharma, Iromed, Crown Agents, SOL-Millennium, Roche Ukraine, Berlin-Chemie, Kernel, Aspen, Bremer Lloyd Holding, Dialog Diagnostics, Bevar Ukraine, Vitan, Amlak Sterilox Ukraine, Corza Medical, AbbVie, Rekkit Benckiser, Morningside Pharmaceuticals, Mankind Pharma, MedShare, Action Medeor, ProMed S.A., AbbVie, Recordati, Accord Healthcare, Evitas, Merck, Bestseller A/S, Amarox Ukraine, Hewlett-Packard and others.
Medical institutions: Ernst von Bergman clinic, German University Clinic “Schleswig-Holstein”, Polish clinic “Vetspec – Centrum Zdrowia Małych Zwierząt”, University Hospital Basel and University of Zurich.