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14−on January 15, brave medical volunteers of the Ukrainian-Israeli medical volunteer mission FRIDA Ukraine went to Donetsk and Kherson regions to provide free medical care to war-affected Ukrainians during these 2 days.
this is the second such trip organized with the support of DATAGROUP-Volia. But if the first time doctors visited only Kherson, this time doctors had the opportunity to organize free care in Bakhmut and Liman. In general, during these two trips, more than 6,000 packages of medicines were purchased at the expense of DATAGROUP-Volia, which is more than UAH 1,300,000, and doctors were provided with a transfer, accommodation, generator and uninterrupted communication.< / p>
«now, probably, there are no more dangerous places in our country than Kherson and the cities of Donbass.the situation in the cities is now, unfortunately, close to a humanitarian catastrophe.< / em> < em>therefore, the courage that FRIDA's doctors show to help war victims is immensely respected. We, as a business, cannot stand aside and will continue to help them in the future, so that every Ukrainian in frontline cities has access to medical services. It is the synergy of business and volunteers that makes it possible to make such missions more ambitious and provide assistance to an increasing number of people " − Mikhail Shelemba, CEO of DATAGROUP-Volia, commented on the initiative.< / p>
about 40 of the best medical volunteers in Ukraine were divided into 2 groups, one of which went to the south, to Kherson, and the other to the Donetsk region. Among them were medical volunteers of various specialties: cardiologists, Gynecologists, ENT specialists, surgeons, pediatricians and infectious diseases specialists, oncologist, paramedic, psychiatrist, endocrinologist, anesthesiologist, gastroenterologist, dermatologist, urologist. Consequently, the reviews and consultations were really comprehensive and comprehensive.
so, in the Donetsk region in two days, doctors conducted more than 580 consultations for 290 patients, including 16 children. They also performed 43 electrocardiographs (ECGs), 66 ultrasound diagnostics (ultrasounds), and handed over 1,213 packages of medicines to people who need them.
in Kherson, 503 people were admitted and 789 medical consultations were held. 11 ECGs, 28 ultrasounds of the abdominal cavity, 20 ultrasounds of the thyroid gland and 4 echoes of the heart were performed. 1,643 packages of such drugs that are in short supply in this region were issued.< / p>
« < em>the reception in Kherson was tense, due to the large number of patients and the threat of explosions, but the close-knit team of FRIDA Ukraine, together with the project partner DATAGROUP-Volia, once again did even more and even better. Here, doctors saw a great need for narrow specialists-ophthalmologist, dentist, urologist. Therefore, we try to organize each of our trips taking into account the peculiarities of the region " − adds Vladyslava Romanyuk, gastroenterologist, head of the Ukrainian-Israeli medical volunteer mission FRIDA Ukraine.& nbsp; < / strong > < / p>
«when we go to the Donetsk region, we never know what to expect: how many patients there will be, 100 or 1000, or whether there will be shelling.< / em> < em > this time we visited two cities. One< / em> & minus;on the front line. The second one is de-occupied, where life is gradually being restored, and we saw the difference. If in the first one there is nothing, no water, no electricity, no gas, people live in basements, then in the second one a hospital with a hospital has already started working. This is − already significant changes. I am proud that our volunteer doctors did the best they could in such critical conditions. We are grateful to DATAGROUP-Volia. Thanks to the support of such large companies, we managed to carry out vital visits to people who stay at home, which, unfortunately, has become dangerous» − says Bogdan Avramenko, cardiologist, coordinator of field missionsFRIDA Ukraine.< / strong > < / p>
in general, these days, having overcome hundreds of kilometers of mangled roads, brave doctors have helped about 800 people who are now living in extremely difficult conditions due to the actions of the aggressor state.
since the first days of a full-scale war, DATAGROUP-Volia has launched a number of social programs. In particular, she connected more than 500 bomb shelters, schools and humanitarian centers to the free internet, joined the state charity fundraising platform United24 and has already transferred the first 10 million hryvnias for the restoration and development of the digital infrastructure of Ukraine, and also founded the charity platform "our children", within which she took on the provision of 50 children-war orphans.
Thank you to our volunteers. We support Ukraine together!