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Report of Humanitarian Center on the aid to injured people in Mariupol (as of 9.02.2015)

09.02.2015

As of February 9, 46 people are under the care of Rinat Akhmetov's Humanitarian Center in Mariupol, 5 of them are children (the list is provided below).

On February 6 the volunteers from Rinat Akhmetov's Humanitarian Center delivered medicine to the municipal hospitals #2 and #4: 9 types of required medicine were delivered to the hospital #2, and 4 medicine types were taken to the hospital #4.

On February 5 the Center delivered the required medicine and bandages for the injured Mariupol residents to the municipal hospital #1which makes the total of 20 medicine names.

Earlier, on February 4 Humanitarian Center delivered medicine and bandages for the injured Mariupol residents to the municipal hospitals #4 and #1. The Center also received requests for rehabilitation equipment for the patients from municipal hospitals #1 and #4 (crutches, wheelchair, arm bandage support, zimmer frame and walking canes).

You can find the list of medicaments that have been purchased (and being purchased by the Center) and the guidance documents by reference.

This aid was provided within January 24 - February 9.

On February 3 the Center delivered 17 kinds of medicine and bandages for injured Mariupol residents to the municipal hospital #1.

On February 2 the volunteers of the Humanitarian Center delivered  a batch of medicine and bandages to the Mariupol municipal hospital #4: the total of 39 medicine names.

Earlier, on 30.01.2015 the Center also delivered the medicine batches to Mariupol municipal hospitals #1, 2 and 4. The volunteer points of Rinat Akhmetov's Humanitarian Center keep working in Mariupol hospitals.

The LIST of injured people, being under the care of the Center in Mariupol hospitals

As of February 9 the following patients remain hospitalized:

 

Mariupol municipal hospital #2 – 4 people (adults)

  1. Raisa L., 74 years old
  2. Valentina S., 73 years old
  3. Vladimir K., 68 years old
  4. Viktor L., 61 years old.

Medical treatment of these patients is supported by Rinat Akhmetov's Humanitarian Center.

 

Mariupol municipal hospital #5 – 3 people (adults)

  1. Elena T. 39 years old,
  2. Tamara E. 60 years old,
  3. Viktor O. 63 years old,

Medical treatment of these patients is supported by Rinat Akhmetov's Humanitarian Center.

 

Mariupol municipal hospital #1 – 14 people (adults)

  1. Vasiliy B., 25 years old
  2. Svetlana B., 48 years old
  3. Elena A., 59 years old
  4. Ludmila G., 51 years old
  5. Valentina Ch., 87 years old
  6. Valentina K., 54 years old
  7. Tatiana M., 27 years old
  8. Antonina P., 56 years old
  9. Olga K., 40 years old
  10. Vasiliy L., 78 years old
  11. Ekaterina Zh., 72 years old
  12. Aleksandr S., 73 years old
  13. Raisa N., 76 years old
  14. Valentina V., 67 years old

Medical treatment of these patients is supported by Rinat Akhmetov's Humanitarian Center.

Besides, soon the Center will provide 9 patients with rehabilitation equipment.

 

Mariupol municipal hospital #3 - 2 children

1. Mariya D., 4 years old

2. Kirill M., 11 years old

 

Mariupol municipal hospital #4 – 17 people (adults)

1. Irina Sch., 31 years old

2. Tatiana T., 57 years old

3. Vladimir G., 55 years old

4. Natalya G., 61 years old

5. Oksana I., 32 years old

6. Ludmila U., 59 years old

7. Aleksandr K., 49 years old

8. Eduard B., 50 years old

9. Elena V., 39 years old

10. Tatiana S., 19 years old

11. Viktor P., 66 years old

12. Sergey K., 38 years old

13. Sergey M., 27 years old

14. Katerina Yu., 43 years old

15. Vitaliy V., 32 years old

16. Stepan K., 29 years old

17. Viktor R., 63 years old

Medical treatment of these patients is supported by Rinat Akhmetov's Humanitarian Center.

Besides, soon the Center will provide 8 patients with rehabilitation equipment.

 

Mother-child hospital centre (Kyiv) - 2 children

  1. Marina R., 12 years old
  2. Liza N., 15 years old

Medical treatment of these patients is supported by Rinat Akhmetov's Humanitarian Center.

 

Hospital #17 (Kyiv) – 2 adults

1. Albina B.

2. Karen G.

 

Dnipropetrovsk Regional Children's Hospital– 1 child

  1. Milana A., 3 years old

 

Dnipropetrovsk Mechnikov hospital – 1 adult

  1. Natalya I., 50 years old.

We would like to remind you that according to Rinat Akhmetov's decision, the Humanitarian Center is helping with necessary medicine and psychological aid all the residents of Mariupol, who suffered in tragedy.

IMPORTANT

If you or your relative became the victim of the tragedy that took place on January 24, 2015 and you need help, you are kindly requested:

  1. to contact the volunteer of Rinat Akhmetov's Humanitarian Center based on your hospital*.  
  2. each requirement of any medical purpose shall be agreed with your personal physician.
  3. The volunteer will confirm this requirement at your physician and will get the medical purpose, certified by the doctor.
  4. The volunteer will forward the certified purpose to Rinat Akhmetov's Humanitarian Center.
  5. The Center will consider your application as soon as possible and contact you*.

* in the purpose of aiding the volunteer may ask the copies of your passport and TIN to close the agreement.

Humanitarian Center is kindly asking to provide information on the injured people and those who require help on the hotline: 0 800 509 001 or email: helpdonbass@fdu.org.ua.