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VIDEO. Volunteers of Metinvest Issue Humanitarian Aid to Resettled People in Mariupol

15.08.2014

Product packages will be issued in Mariupol in the places of issue of humanitarian aid to people resettled from the area of anti-terrorist operation. The issue will be sponsored by metallurgical complexes of Metinvest Group. This was told on August 13 during the first offsite meeting dedicated to the issues of work of volunteering teams from Mariupol Metallurgical Complex named after Illich, Metallurgical Complex Azovstal and Mariupol Machinery and Repair Plant within the framework of initiation of activity of the Humanitarian Centre of Rinat Akhmetov Foundation.

Since August 14 the points of issue of humanitarian aid has operated in Mariupol. They are meant to ensure vulnerable groups of population with food products. As of today 550 storable product packages had been prepared for involuntarily resettled people (for a week for every single family). The points of issue will be located in Mariupol district offices of social services for family, children and youth.

During the first week the points of issue of humanitarian aid will be open on Thursday and Friday by 2-hour shifts, from then on they will be open once in a week. The volunteers represented by workers of Mariupol Metallurgical Complex named after Illich and Metallurgical Complex Azovstal of Metinvest Group as well as of Mariupol Machinery and Repair Plan will issue product packages.

Artem Shapovalov, coordinator from Metinvest of the Humanitarian Centre of Rinat Akhmetov Foundation, says:

“A food package is meant for a week. That means the amount of food is enough for one week of living. In case people will need more, additional packages will be given”.

 



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STATISTICS AS OF 21.11.2017
THE HUMANITARIAN CENTER IS OPERATING FOR
1203 days 15 h 31 m 0 s
issued
11 928 913
food packages
where
11 060 066
are adult packages and
868 847
are packages for children
from 0 to 35 months old
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