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The Rinat Akhmetov Humanitarian Center was the first who gave a helping hand to people, a volunteer from Shchastya

On August 10, the Rinat Akhmetov Humanitarian Center held a briefing dedicated to the third anniversary of its establishment in the press center of The Ukrainian News. At the briefing for national media, the Center representatives shared the results of their work within the framework of the largest humanitarian mission in Eastern Ukraine. READ MORE

Aleksandr Vishnyakov: The Humanitarian Center work does not stop even for a second

Aleksandr Vishnyakov, director of the Rinat Akhmetov Humanitarian Center, told UA Today how the volunteers of the Humanitarian Center saved and continue to save the most disadvantaged groups of society in Eastern Ukraine despite the obstacles and risks - inspections, impassability, shelling. READ MORE

#IbelieveIcan: Vladik Potin, 12 years old, mine-blast penetrating cranium-brain trauma

Many people know the story of Vladik Potin, a boy from Avdeyevka, who was injured during the shelling in January 2015. The shell splinter passed through his head and got stuck in the back of the neck having injured 60% of the brain. Doctors believed that he stands almost no chance at life. However, the boy not only survived but also learned to talk and walk again. READ MORE

Yekaterina Umanets: The Rinat Akhmetov Humanitarian Center became my second family

On August 8, the Rinat Akhmetov Humanitarian Center presented to Katya Umanets, a girl from Antratsit who became a disabled person of the first group as a result of military operations, a wheelchair designed and manufactured specially for her in Germany. Aleksandr Vishnyakov, director of the Humanitarian Center, came to the rehabilitation center in Slavyansk, where Katya is being treated to personally present a new wheelchair to the girl. READ MORE

The Rinat Akhmetov Humanitarian Center has saved over a million of human lives for three years

6 August 2014, Rinat Akhmetov made a fateful decision which later saved over a million of human lives. Having combined the efforts of Foundation, Shakhtar Football Club and business assets of SCM Group, he established the Humanitarian Center in order to assist civilians in Donbass affected by the military conflict. At a time when the extent of military operations and human tragedies rapidly increased, only together, by concentrating all the resources and coordinating the actions, it was possible to lend effective help to those who extremely needed it. READ MORE

The 304th truck convoy of the Rinat Akhmetov Humanitarian Center arrived at Donbass

Today, on August 7, the 304th truck convoy of the Rinat Akhmetov Humanitarian Center arrived in Mariupol with food products for civilians of the ‘grey zone’ and settlements on the demarcation line. READ MORE

Rinat Akhmetov Statement on the Occasion of the Third Anniversary of the Humanitarian Center

Today, exactly three years ago, the Humanitarian Centre was established. Three years of struggle for the lives of fellow countrymen, three years of courage, three years of involvement and kindness. READ MORE

Three summers of war. Three summers of support. BLOG of Rimma Fil, Coordinator of the Rinat Akhmetov Humanitarian Center

We remembered the days of spring and summer of 2014 almost to the last minute. They stuck in memory with fragments of terrible news: about the death of children, about the destroyed houses, about the departures, temporary, just for a couple of weeks. READ MORE

The Humanitarian Center saved the life of 12-year-old Angelica

Within the framework of the project ‘Medicines for Children’, the Rinat Akhmetov Humanitarian Center provides drugs for seriously ill children living in the territory of Donbass which is not controlled by Ukraine, as well as for children of IDP families who moved to the peaceful areas of Donetsk and Lugansk regions. READ MORE

Invisible threads. BLOG of Natalia Yemchenko, Director of Public Relations and Communications of SCM

I really believe that children should not grow up in the orphanages. Not because they are poorly fed or ugly dressed. The reason is different. A very small number of graduates from orphanages find themselves in adulthood. Only some of them enter universities. But a great many after leaving the orphanage attempt suicide, live on the street, go beyond the law. READ MORE

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