If not, we advise you to do so immediately! The Ukrinform website published an article about our rehabilitation center in Morshyn. This Center is a big step into our future.
Why? The harsh realities of the war have posed new challenges and tasks for each of us. The biggest one is the growing number of wounded Ukrainian defenders. However, treatment and prosthetics are not all they need the most. They need physical and, above all, psychological rehabilitation. Thousands of civilian Ukrainians who suffered from enemy shelling also need it.
According to the National Health Service of Ukraine (NHSU), 262 institutions provide inpatient rehabilitation, with more than 127,000 patients using their services since the beginning of the year. But this is not enough – according to Oksana Zholnovych, Minister of the Ministry of Social Policy, the number of people with disabilities in Ukraine has increased by 300,000 in 1.5 years…
We talked about this and about the project, its features, and the difficulties associated with its implementation with Olena Kolhusheva, a journalist at UKRINFORM.
Rehabilitation for the military is essential.
Rehabilitation for the military is critically important!
And there are few such rehabilitation facilities in Ukraine.
That’s why we launched a project to create a rehabilitation center at the Morshynskyi sanatorium.
We urge everyone who wants to bring Ukraine’s victory closer to us to join the cause of rehabilitating the military and all those who have suffered psychological trauma as a result of the war. You can help not only with money, but also with building materials for repairs – cement, paint, tiles, linoleum, etc. We are open to cooperation with partners, donors and all concerned people who, together with us, “can make a miracle” for the defenders of Ukraine.
We will use the funds raised from philanthropists to complete the reconstruction of the center’s premises in full.
We are grateful to those who have already contributed to the cause: our German partners from Notruf Ukraine, the Nova Ukraine International Foundation, the head of the German charitable foundation Medical e.V. Oksana Ulan and the OKKO gas station chain, as well as our constant partner Nova Poshta on the initiative of Nova Poshta Humanitarian, the industrial and technical company AGROMAT and the We Are Family charity foundation.
Thanks to you, since February this year, we have delivered humanitarian supplies to the sanatorium in three stages: Citroen cars for patient transportation, functional medical beds with remote control, mattresses, four-wheeled Walkers, wheelchairs, crutches, shower chairs, orthopedic sneakers, wardrobes, bins, medical chairs, bedside tables and exercise equipment.