In the beginning of the 2022 Russia-Ukraine war, small organizations such as ABC were able to provide immediate help in all areas as small organizations can be nimble to adjust to the rapidly changing war situation. In fact, ABC was amongst the first organizations to deliver the urgently needed insulin to the eastern part of Ukraine before besieged by the Russian military.
Since then, larger humanitarian organizations quickly stepped in to assist. Organizations such as Samaritan's Purse and Doctors Without Borders soon established mobile clinics and field hospitals. New organizations were formed and the organizations initially involved became specialized in different categories. Nevertheless, all the humanitarian organizations strive to achieve a common goal, that is to provide support for the war-torn country and for the innocent lives affected by the atrocities of war, irregardless of citizenship or ethnicity.
Telemedicine has always been ABC's goal from the beginning of the war, given the training most of our physicians had to take during the pandemic. However the need within the country and for the refugees outside of the country is the size of a black hole for such a small organization like ABC. We have also since learned about our limitations and discovered our strengths. ABC is now partnering with a handful of church groups and orphanages inside Ukraine to provide medications / medical supplies, some essential items, and telemedicine. ABC's goal is to bring healing, love, and hope to each individual that God brings into our care. Please join us if you are also passionate about providing care and encouragement to individuals in Ukraine.
Healthy children - healthy future ❤️ Every young body needs support. 💪
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Thanks to Mary Tao , Anton Tymonishyn and Yelena Kolezeva
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