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JAN
23
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

JAN
23
A graduate of Harvard has led the Rinat Akhmetov Foundation

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

JAN
23
The mission that has become history: an exhibition of the Humanitarian Center was opened in Mariupol

On January 22 in the historical Museum of Ilyich Mariupol Metallurgical Plant an exhibition, dedicated to the activities of the largest humanitarian mission in Ukraine Rinat Akhmetov Humanitarian Center, was opened. This is the first of six permanent exhibitions to be presented in the museums of the SCM Group enterprises. The exhibition tells about the people who, having forgotten about themselves, not sparing themselves, have been helping Donbas civilians, who found themselves in the zone of military conflict, for more than three years. It is about the most difficult and tragic days that the volunteers have managed to survive. It is about the unique role of the Humanitarian Center in the history of Ukraine. READ MORE

JAN
18
To help those who are in need. BLOG by Rimma Fil

There was the time in my pre-war life, when I thought that those who are engaged in the targeted assistance of the Foundation are highly integrous people, because it is very hard to be compassionate for people with serious illnesses, asking for help, 24/7. So hard! READ MORE

JAN
17
Targeted Assistance: 12 years of mercy

Targeted Assistance is one of the first large-scale programs of Rinat Akhmetov Foundation, which has been operating for 12 years already. The main principle of its work is to help here and now, and the main priority is to provide assistance when it comes to life and health of children. With the outbreak of hostilities in the east of the country, over 50,000 people received the assistance. In peacetime, the Foundation systematically and massively helped over 20,000 residents of Ukraine. READ MORE

JAN
15
To help here and now: 12 years of Rinat Akhmetov Foundation's programme. BLOG by Oleksandr Vyshniakov, the director of Rinat Akhmetov Humanitarian Centre

To help those who are in trouble here and now is the mission of Rinat Akhmetov Foundation's Targeted Assistance programme. This month it is 12 years of operation. READ MORE

JAN
15
The 309th convoy of the Humanitarian Center arrived in Mariupol

On January 15, Rinat Akhmetov Humanitarian Center convoy arrived in Mariupol, delivering 160 tons of humanitarian aid. 8 trucks arrived from Dnipro, where the main distribution center of the Center is located. READ MORE

JAN
15
Healthy heart for 35 children

Only half of children with congenital heart disease in Ukraine receive timely medical care. 4.5 thousands of such children in our country are born with heart defects annually. 600-700 babies are born in Donetsk and Luhansk regions. Thanks to the installation of the occluder - a special device that allows to close the ventricular septum in the heart, the children of Donbas have a chance to return to a full, healthy life. READ MORE

JAN
10
How to create a miracle: holidays for children of Donbas. BLOG by Oleksandr Vyshniakov, the director of Rinat Akhmetov Humanitarian Centre

New Year is a holiday of new hopes for each of us. But we all understand that it is especially important to make these days happy for children who are waiting for a miracle. On the eve of 2018, every child in Donetsk region, who is brought up in a boarding school or a family-type children's homes, received a personal gift from Rinat Akhmetov. READ MORE

JAN
10
The Humanitarian Centre issued more than 3,200 sets of necessary medications under the project Medications for children.

The number of children with epilepsy is growing in our country. According to the Ministry of Health, today there are 168,230 children with disabilities in Ukraine and almost 100 thousand of them have pathologies of the nervous system. Moreover, the children who have not received the necessary treatment, may suffer serious mental disorders (delusions, hallucinations, wild mood swings). Most patients who have passed the necessary treatment on time can be active members of the society - they are socially adapted and employed. A particularly acute issue is the treatment of children with such symptoms in Donbas. As a result of hostilities, many families have no means of living, let alone expensive treatment. READ MORE

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STATISTICS AS OF 24.05.2018
THE HUMANITARIAN CENTER IS OPERATING FOR
1387 days 4 h 16 m 55 s
issued
12 059 514
food packages
where
11 184 831
are adult packages and
874 683
are packages for children
from 0 to 35 months old
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