Ukraine: 2 years of war and aid to its victims

24. 02. 2024

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Even 2 years after the start of the war, MAGNA teams are still distributing aid in Ukraine and we are currently supplying 16 hospitals with medicines and medical supplies.

On 24 February 2022, Russia invaded Ukraine again and a war of unimaginable proportions began, which has already cost hundreds of thousands of lives.

In the early days, our MAGNA teams in Ukraine were able to distribute medicines and medical supplies to areas that soon came under Russian occupation. Subsequently, we expanded our assistance throughout the country. Through mobile medical teams, supporting trauma wards of hospitals, supplying hospitals with medicines and supplies, and mental health support by our psychologists, we reached over 500,000 people.

These days, aid is going to 16 hospitals in Kherson, Mykolaiv and Kyiv regions, where we are distributing medicines and medical supplies, which are in short supply here and the local population is in extreme need.
Roman Barylo, MAGNA medical coordinator in Ukraine.

MAGNA has been operating and providing medical assistance in Ukraine since 2018. Until February 2022, we operated a medical project in Donetsk and Luhansk oblasts. Subsequently, we expanded our assistance to the whole territory of Ukraine.


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