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Roman Rubchenko: Most Ukrainians support the activities of the Humanitarian Center

17.04.2018

The Rinat Akhmetov Humanitarian Center will continue providing assistance to civilians of Donbas. This was announced April 17 by the Director of the Rinat Akhmetov Foundation Roman Rubchenko during the presentation of the report on the Humanitarian Center work for the year 2017.

“The Humanitarian Center is the largest program of the Rinat Akhmetov Foundation. For more than three and a half years, the Center has been helping the most unprotected civilians in the Donetsk and Luhansk Regions. This is the largest personal charity initiative in the country. From the first days of its work, the Center has provided humanitarian aid to more than 750 inhabited localities of Donbas on both sides of the contact line, and continues providing support to the inhabitants of the “grey zone” and internally displaced people. Now, the Rinat Akhmetov Humanitarian Center delivers food to 85 inhabited localities of the “grey zone”, Rubchenko said.

He also cited KIIS research data, according to which not only 80% of the region inhabitants positively evaluate the activity of the Humanitarian Center, but also 76% of all the Ukrainians.

“Today, the Humanitarian Center is not just food packages for residents of Donbas, but also different projects like “Medications for Children”, “Healthy Heart”, “Rehabilitation of Injured Children”, “Peaceful Summer for Donbas Children” and many other. Almost 4 million residents of the eastern region of Ukraine need humanitarian assistance, and we will be there for them,” Roman Rubchenko stressed.

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STATISTICS AS OF 18.11.2018
THE HUMANITARIAN CENTER IS OPERATING FOR
1565 days 12 h 3 m 57 s
issued
12 174 993
food packages
where
11 295 925
are adult packages and
879 068
are packages for children
from 0 to 35 months old
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