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Virtual tour about Rinat Akhmetov Humanitarian Centers work

Rinat Akhmetov Humanitarian Center continues to provide assistance to the ordinary people. In our 3D tour, you can see how the humanitarian convoys are formed and how the humanitarian aid is issued in the grey zone. READ MORE

To know and to remember. BLOG by Rimma Fil

An exhibition dedicated to the activities of the largest humanitarian mission in Ukraine - Rinat Akhmetov Humanitarian Center – was opened in Mariupol. READ MORE

Thanks to Rinat Akhmetov Foundations programme, Ukrainians receive timely diagnostics

This year, more than 200 internally displaced children, as well as adults, will be able to undergo a free oncological examination on high-tech equipment installed by Rinat Akhmetov Foundation in oncological dispensaries in Western Ukraine. In addition, the Foundation will purchase supplies for linear accelerators in oncology clinics of Lutsk and Rivne. READ MORE

The 310th convoy of Rinat Akhmetov Humanitarian Center arrived in Mariupol

On January 29, Rinat Akhmetov Humanitarian Center convoy arrived in Mariupol. 8 trucks have delivered 260 tons of humanitarian aid to the main distribution center. The volunteers started unloading products and forming survival kits for Donbas civilians. READ MORE

Help that has returned the faith in humanity. BLOG by Maryna Sorokina, Coordinator of Psychological service at Rinat Akhmetov Humanitarian Centre

We all know the feeling of anxiety when our loved ones are ill. Even if it is an ordinary cold, we immediately get in. We buy medicines and fruits. We phone each other more often and make visits. We insist on seeing a doctor. We calm down, when a loved one is completely recovered, when he or she is out of danger. What if this is a child, and the disease is much more serious than a cold, and the family cannot afford expensive medications or treatment? And what if a loved one was wounded during the military actions, and the family had already had to tighten their belts because of the war and there is no money even for the bandaging materials? What if the resources have been depleted long ago and there’s no one to turn to? And when it comes to human life, especially if there is a chance survive but there is no money for the expensive medications and treatment? Terror and despair steal upon a person in such a critical situation, because many families cannot cope with the problem themselves. READ MORE

Mobile volunteer teams will deliver humanitarian aid to 45 villages and settlements of the grey zone

In February Rinat Akhmetov Humanitarian Center will issue more than 17,000 survival kits in the grey zone. Donbas civilians will be able to get the products in fixed distribution centers. Mobile teams from Mariupol will also set out to deliver humanitarian aid to 45 villages and settlements that most suffered during the hostilities. READ MORE

More than five thousand children received help for treatment under Targeted Assistance programme of Rinat Akhmetov Humanitarian Center

Children's health is a priority of Rinat Akhmetov Humanitarian Centers Targeted assistance programme. More than 5,000 children have already received help for their treatment. Little Marharyta from Sloviansk is among them. READ MORE

The shelling of Mariupol: three years from the day of the dreadful tragedy

The day of January 24, 2015 became one of the most tragic days in Mariupol history of - Vostochnyi district were shelled with the MRLS 'Grad' like a fiery rain that brought death, pain and massive destructions to the city. READ MORE

How the mission became history. BLOG by Oleksandr Vyshniakov, the director of the Rinat Akhmetov Humanitarian Centre

During my time at Rinat Akhmetov Humanitarian Center, I met a lot of men and women and also worked with thousands of volunteers. These people started changing in a quite noticeable way - all the put-on things were disappearing. In a state of severe stress caused by military actions in Donbas, they showed their best qualities: mercy, kindness, responsiveness. I have not seen a single volunteer who would come to help the Center under constraint. It always was of their own free will, their need to be useful to those who were in trouble. READ MORE

A graduate of Harvard has led the Rinat Akhmetov Foundation

Roman Rubchenko was appointed the director of Rinat Akhmetov Foundation. READ MORE

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