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Ukraine

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UKRAINE RELIEF EFFORTS

Direct Relief is working directly with Ukraine’s Ministry of Health and other on-the-ground partners to provide urgently needed medical aid, including emergency response packs intended for first responders, oxygen concentrators, critical care medicines, and much more. Shipments of specifically requested medical aid continue to Ukraine and surrounding countries to address medical needs.

Ukraine AID TRACKER

Unaudited totals since Jan. 1, 2010
Updated
in medical aid
$618,338,610
doses of medicine
209,898,443
pounds of medicine and supplies
2,176,970
deliveries
162
healthcare providers supported
20

“Direct Relief was created out of the ashes of WWII by Europeans who fled. It’s stunning and sad that humanitarian assistance is needed again in the same neighborhood, but it’s definitely consistent with our organization’s roots, initial focus, and longstanding mission.”

Thomas Tighe, President & CEO, Direct Relief

Ukraine Crisis:
How to Help

Direct Relief is working directly with Ukraine’s Ministry of Health and other on-the-ground partners to provide urgently needed medical aid, including emergency response packs intended for first responders, oxygen concentrators, critical care medicines, and much more.