Russia’s open war against Ukraine has been going on for more than a year and a half. That’s how long Ecoclub has been collecting requests for humanitarian aid from communities, contacting international partners, and sending the necessary supplies to the rear and frontline communities.
From April to August, we helped more than 10 communities in Ukraine with medicines, food, equipment, and other needs. Most of the aid was sent to the frontline regions, but rear-guard communities also received our help.
Here is a report on who received what they needed and in what quantity in April-August 2023.
– 59 wound healing gels, 30 panthenols and 3 packs of water purification tablets for residents of Kherson Oblast affected by the Kakhovka hydroelectric power station explosion;
– 20 car first aid kits and bandages to equip individual first aid kits, and other medicines;
– 77 runny nose sprays, 65 cough syrups and pills, 60 packs of antibiotics for residents and IDPs in Kharkiv region.
– 2 backpacks for paramedics in Donetsk Oblast
– Medicines for seriously ill children under the care of the charitable foundation “Hope’s Treasury”, in particular for patients of the Rivne Regional Children’s Hospital
– 21 packages of painkillers, 12 packages of cough medicines, 15 packages of burn gels and 14 packages of saline for the charitable organization “Ruyevit Foundation”. They were sent to meet the needs of paramedics in the combat zone.
– Food for the NGO “Community Voice” in Bashtanka, Mykolaiv Oblast and for residents of Kherson Oblast;
– 2296 packs of pasta, 140 packs of butter, 100 yoghurts and 1000 kg of flour to supplement food packages for the NGO “Bukovyna Community”, which meets the needs of the population of Sumy city territorial community;
– Food for the residents of Orikhiv, Zaporizhzhia Oblast, and residents of Kharkiv and Donetsk Oblasts.
– 77 liters of diesel fuel for the charity organization “Here and Now”, which delivers food and medical supplies to civilians in the frontline areas and the military.
– Ecoflow for residents of frontline areas in Kharkiv Oblast;
– A refrigerator for medicines for Dyadkovychi hospital with a palliative care center;
– 20 power banks and 3 backpacks for paramedics for Zviahel City Council;
– 40 solar panels with the help of WEFC for residents of Borysivka and Slobozhanske villages, Kharkiv Oblast;
– 40 solar panels with the help of WEFC for the residents of Orikhiv, Zaporizhzhya Oblast (in July, one humanitarian center in the city was destroyed, destroying all the aid);
– 35 solar panels with the help of WEFC for the residents of Afanasiyivka village, Mykolaiv Oblast;
– 20 solar power banks with the help of WEFC for the residents of Kherson Oblast, who suffered from the explosion of the Kakhovka hydroelectric power station;
– 15 solar panels with the help of WEFC for residents of Konstantinovka, Donetsk Oblast
– 30 solar panels with the help of WECF for the executive committee of the Pervomaisk City Council, for the civilian population living in this area.
We sincerely thank the Help For Rivne initiative, WirWerk Foundation, Oksana Pohl, Nadiya Maki and WECF for your valuable contribution to our victory!
Dear friends, we are forced to inform you that we are stopping providing humanitarian aid. Now the Ecoclub team is focusing its efforts on working with municipalities to achieve their energy independence. So if your community has a request to install solar power plants, please fill out this questionnaire.
We thank all our partners who help Ukrainians survive the war!