Humanitarian convoy with survival kits from Rinat Akhmetov Humanitarian Center is already in Mariupol
On May 13, at 17:30, the convoy of the 19th Humanitarian Aid Drive of Rinat Akhmetov arrived in Mariupol with food products for IDPs, who live in government-controlled areas of Donbas, and residents of towns on the contact line.
22 heavy duty trucks delivered 440 tons of products for the renewed food packages: sugar, cereals, peas, flour, oat flakes, pasta, sunflower oil, condensed milk, salt, tinned sardines, and pate. These products will be used for making 30,000 survival kits for adults that will be formed at Mariupol warehouse.
The cargo also contained vegetable and fruit purée for children, baby formula and porridges, oat flakes and semolina that will form 6,000 children packages. They will be issued for children under 2 years old from IDP families on government-controlled areas and on the contact line. During the whole period of its activity Rinat Akhmetov Humanitarian Center issued over 200,000 children packages for families with children under 2 years old, who live in Donetsk and Luhansk regions on both sides of the contact line. The geography of children package issuance is shown on the infographics.
The entire humanitarian load as part of Rinat Akhmetov Humanitarian Aid Drive meets the quality standards, and before sending to Donbas it was registered in the Ministry of Social Policy as humanitarian aid in compliance with the latest legal requirements.
You can see the documents for cargo, which arrived in Mariupol today, using this link.
Till the end of the week Rinat Akhmetov Humanitarian Center is planning to send two convoys of the 19th Humanitarian Aid Drive to Donetsk that will deliver products to form 96,000 survival kits: 85,000 survival kits for adults and 11,000 children packages.
In total in May Rinat Akhmetov Humanitarian Center is planning to deliver to Donbas 350,000 survival kits for adults and 42,000 children packages for civilians in Donetsk and Luhansk regions.