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NOV
6
The 307th convoy of the Humanitarian Center arrived in Mariupol

Today, on November 6, Rinat Akhmetov Humanitarian Center convoy arrived in Mariupol, delivering 260 tons of humanitarian aid. 13 trucks arrived from Dnipro, where the main distribution center of the Center is located. READ MORE

NOV
3
The Humanitarian Center issued more than 3,000 vital medications to Donbas children

After the beginning of the hostilities in Donbas, thousands of civilians in Donetsk and Luhansk regions were deprived of qualified medical care and medications. However, children remain most vulnerable in this situation. READ MORE

NOV
2
Olena Lukianchuk: «The hardest part of our work was under shelling with wounded children»

According to UNICEF, more than 200,000 children from Donetsk and Luhansk regions need psychosocial support to overcome the post-traumatic syndrome. Experts say, it's a delay-action bomb. Today, this stress disorder is not fully researched: antisocial behaviour might manifest in six months or dozens of years alike. Boys and girls who survived traumatic events may become aggressive or reserved. It was the project of Rinat Akhmetov Humanitarian Center "Psychological Support" that helped thousands of Donbas children to return to happy life they once lived. A psychotherapist and an expert of the Humanitarian Center Olena Lukianchuk told in an interview how the children can be helped to cope with post-traumatic syndrome. READ MORE

OCT
30
Say a Word for the displaced person. BLOG by Natalia Yemchenko, SCM’s Director of Public Relations and Communications

The war has changed and is still changing us greatly. Us, the displaced persons who lost our homes, environment and work. READ MORE

OCT
30
Donbas children keep receiving help from charitable organizations

Every eighth child in Ukraine has suffered from military actions in the East of the country - according to the Authorized Representative of the President of Ukraine on Children's Rights. READ MORE

OCT
23
Kids in the zone of hostilities: how to help them? BLOG by Oleksandr Vyshniakov, the director of the Rinat Akhmetov Humanitarian Centre

Perhaps, my most powerful impression of traveling to demarcation line is the eyes of local kids. Those mature and restless eyes. The same for the fourth year in a row. They grow up already accustomed to the conditions which are unbearable for most adults. What is at issue here is not excesses or childish whims. READ MORE

OCT
19
80 Donbas children took part in the project «Rehabilitation of injured children»

On October 19, the Rinat Akhmetov Humanitarian Centre held a press briefing on the subject of: "Rehabilitation of injured children: results of the 2 years’ work". READ MORE

OCT
18
Medications for Donbas children: how to get help?

The Rinat Akhmetov Humanitarian Centre continues to provide assistance under the project " Medications for Children". During the implementation of the project, 1,249 Donbas children, suffering from severe chronic diseases, received help. The Centre issued them 3,273 sets of necessary medications. READ MORE

OCT
18
500 Visits to the Fire Line. BLOG of Aleksandr Vishnyakov, Director of the Rinat Akhmetov Foundation

On October 7, our mobile team of volunteers visited villages of the ‘grey zone’ for the 500th time. This figure is not just a mechanical calculation; it stands for experience, scale of the work done, stoutheartedness and commitment of our employees. READ MORE

OCT
16
The 306th convoy of the Rinat Akhmetov Humanitarian Centre arrived in Donbas

On October 16, the 306th convoy of Rinat Akhmetov Humanitarian Centre arrived in Mariupol. It delivered 240 tons of humanitarian aid to civilians living in the "grey zone" and on the government-controlled territory. READ MORE

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STATISTICS AS OF 21.02.2018
THE HUMANITARIAN CENTER IS OPERATING FOR
1295 days 17 h 30 m 31 s
issued
12 000 294
food packages
where
11 128 162
are adult packages and
872 132
are packages for children
from 0 to 35 months old
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