United Help Ukraine helped with the purchase of gymnastic bars for the Irpin Military Hospital. The bars have been installed in the hospital’s gym and will be used for training and rehabilitation of wounded soldiers.
Zaporizhzhya these days is reminiscent of ancient Rome. “All roads lead to Zaporizhzhya” is the saying of our days. All roads, to the front lines and from the front lines, seam to cross here. And volunteers from all over Ukraine cross their paths in the city of Zaporizhzhya… This has become the true asset for[…]
Medical supplies from United Help Ukraine and Olena Kozlova-Pates have been delivered to: 1) Larisa Kirikovich (Mama) who is with the medical service of the 5th Battalion of UDA, in Maryinka, 2) Taira (Yulia Paevska), the head of the ASAP unit in Mariupol. Both Larisa (who the soldiers call simply Mama) and[…]
Surgical packs, suture material, bandages, and a variety of other essential medical “bits and pieces” have been delivered to Oleksandrivsky clinical hospital in Kyiv. Doctors are very grateful for these much needed medical supplies. Many thanks to Brother’s Brother Foundation for donating the supplies, to Tetyana Neeley for organizing and gathering the donations, toYuliya Murashko[…]
Parcels from United Help Ukraine arrived to hospitals in Mariupol. The parcels included suture material, surgical instrument, laryngoscopes, bandages. The items were delivered to the Department of Pediatric Surgery and Traumatology, Anesthesiology, and to otolaryngologist and urologists. Thank you Tetyana Neeley for organizing help for the hospitals.
United Help Ukraine received a note from volunteer Yuliya Severyn that T-shirts from UHU’s shipment have been distributed to wounded soldiers on treatment in the military hospital in the city of Kharkiv.
Doctor Roman Zhezhera from the National Children’s Hospital OkhMatDyt in Kyiv contacted United Help Ukraine with an urgent request. He performed the laparoscopic splenectomy on two orphans from the ATO zone who were suffering from microspherocytic anemia. The kids required endobags for their post-surgery care but the hospital did not provide them. United Help Ukraine[…]
An important equipment – pH Monitor – was purchased and delivered to Irpen Military Hospital. This purchase was made possible thanks to the funds ($2,000) donated to United Help Ukraine by an anonymous donor. This monitor will allow easier measurements of pH levels for the wounded. Many of them are being treated with multiple[…]
Boxes containing clothes for wounded, adult diapers, and numerous medical supplies (such as, sutures, bandages, gloves, cask supplies, etc.) from United Help Ukraine’s April shipment arrived in Ukraine. Volunteer Borys Penchuk reports: – part of the medical supplies has been already delivered to the front lines; – another part has been set aside and will[…]
Medical supplies from United Help Ukraine’s April shipment had been delivered to the hospital of Bakhmut (formerly Artemivsk). Upon arrival to Bakhmut, Ukrainian volunteers learned that local hospitals No.1 and 2 were planned to be shut down in the near future as stipulated by the medical reform that would move operations to the newly rebuilt[…]
Medical supplies and t-shirts from United Help Ukraine shipment have been delivered to the Volnovakha hospital and to soldiers at Svitlodarsk bulge. Thank you Tamara Rudolph for your help!
New t-shirts and sweatshirts from United Help Ukraine shipments were distributed to soldiers in Svitlodar and Kharkiv hospitals.
A belated report: Sweaters, t-shirts, and socks from the United Help Ukraine shipment had been distributed to veterans in hospitals throughout Ukraine right in time by the Easter holiday. Thank you to everyone involved in the delivery!
Important handbooks on battlefield surgery “Essays on surgery of a battlefield abdomen trauma” and “Ultrasound diagnostics of abdominal trauma and its complications” have been recently re-published and distributed in the war zone hospitals in the eastern Ukraine. The authors of the handbooks are experienced Ukrainian military surgeons. United Help Ukraine’s volunteer Tetyana Neeley initiated the[…]
Wounded soldiers who are currently on treatment at the military hospital in Irpen received new t-shirts from UHU’s shipment. UHU helped to buy jackets and sneakers for wounded soldiers.
In April 2017 United Help Ukraine shipped 39 boxes of humanitarian aid to Ukraine. The total shipping cost is $1,490, which is very little in comparison to the value of the items shipped. Out of the 39 boxes: – 16 boxes will be delivered to various hospitals in Ukraine and front lines to help wounded.[…]
Sixty t-shirts from the United Help Ukraine shipment have been delivered to Chernivtsi Military Hospital.
United Help Ukraine sends 2-3 pieces of luggage per month full of medical supplies In the course of the last two years United Help Ukraine covered “extra luggage” costs and arranged shipping for over 25 suitcases of medical supplies with people traveling to Ukraine. Each suitcase contained 50 pounds of medical supplies with monetary value ranging from $2,000[…]
Thanks to Brother’s Brother Foundation, United Help Ukraine shipped two containers of medical supplies to Ukraine! In the period from November 2015, United Help Ukraine shipped 2 containers of medical supplies estimated value of $250,000 each. The supplies were donated by the Brother’s Brother Foundation and were distributed to various hospitals in Ukraine, with a[…]
The surgical department of the Khodoriv city hospital received medical materials and surgical instruments. Doctors express their gratitude to the United Help Ukraine team and volunteers who organized the action and delivered this much-needed assistance to the hospital.
Remember, back in early December we told you about wounded soldier Valery Sergienko who became the first patient to receive an orthosis manufactured with the new 3D technology at the medical center Nodus in Brovary, Ukraine? At the time, Valery was about to start training using an individually made orthosis to overcome contractures in his left[…]
Medical center Nodus continues its neurological rehabilitation program for heavily wounded Ukrainian soldiers. Today, wounded soldier Vadym Ushakov, 26, started a new phase in the arduous path to recovery. Doctors scanned his left hand using the 3D technology, and in a few days Vadym will begin using the orthesis that is made specifically for his hand.[…]
Team United Help Ukraine continues to help hospitals in Ukraine. Important medical supplies including orthopedic pins and plates, as well as must-have arthroscopic nozzles, were delivered to Kyiv Hospital No. 12. These supplies are necessary to perform knee surgeries for our soldiers.
United Help Ukraine is proud to be part of the important project: implementation of 3D orthoses production in Ukraine! With the help of Anonymous Donor, members of UHU were able to purchase and deliver a 3D scanner for the medical center Nodus. Now it has been put into service and started helping wounded soldiers. This[…]
“Some time ago (in February or March), we received a call from Oksana Osipova who told us about the opportunity of providing a humanitarian help to our hospitals via United Help Ukraine. Since the rules stipulate that the military hospitals cannot be recipients of this sort of help, we decided to contact the municipal hospital[…]
Tanya Osipova: “Today I fulfilled an amazing mission: on behalf of my dear friend and volunteer Tetyana Neeley who initiated and organized the donation of this medical humanitarian aid, I handed a large amount of the medical equipment and instruments to the Center of the Welding of Vessels and Department of Anesthesiology and Reanimation in[…]