During the Easter holidays, within the framework of the "Our Health in Our Hands" project of the "Walking into the Healthland" program, the UWCF Charitable Foundation provided the Avdiivka Central City Hospital and the Konstantinovka District Primary Health Care Center with antibiotics, medicines for the treatment of peptic ulcer, non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, cardiac and antiviral drugs, and so on.
The "United World Cultures Foundation" within the framework of the "Our Health in Our Hands" project of the "Walking into the Healthland" program continues to help the people from Donbass, who live in the territory of the ATO and suffered as a result of military operations.
During the Easter holidays, the necessary medicines were delivered to the Avdiivka Central City Hospital and the Konstantinovka District Primary Health Care Center. In particular, antibiotics, medicines for the treatment of peptic ulcer, non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, cardiac and antiviral drugs have been transferred.
It is not the first time for our foundation to give medical assistance to the city of Avdiivka. In 2016, the UWCF transferred the medications prescribed for the treatment of children, to the family outpatient clinic No. 2 of the public health center "Primary Health Care Center" of the Avdiivka City Council.
"Today we have gotten exactly what we needed. Every day patients, including children, come to us. Patients need medical assistance of various types, including surgical intervention. Thanks to the "United World Cultures Foundation" for the assistance! ", said Vitaliy Sytnik, the Deputy Chief Doctor of Avdiivka Central City Hospital.
Natalia Liechtenstein, the head physician of the Konstantinovka district Primary Health Care Center, reported that the medicines will be handed over for free delivery to patients not only in the central regional hospital, but also delivered to the rural outpatient clinics and the regional feldsher-midwifery posts.
"The UWCF plans to launch a couple of logistics centers for residents of the Donbass, who do not have access or are limited in access to medical care and treatment options because of the conflict situation. Families who have children with special problems, large families, low-income, elderly people, as well as ATO participants who turn to city hospitals and polyclinics for medical help will be the first ones to get vital medicines, vaccines and medical supplies. We get the medicines from the Arterium corporation,” - said the curator of the project "Our health in our hands" Lyudmila Lysenko.
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