In these trying months and years, a fundamental platform for our country's full participation in the global healthcare system has been being built.
In September, representatives of the ZDOROVI humanitarian agency team took part in two major international events – Summit of First Ladies and Gentlemen and Americares Ukraine Partner Summit. The founder of the National Humanitarian Aid Agency ZDOROVI told about this. Nataliya Tulinova. According to her, the Americares Ukraine Partner Summit discussed support for medical institutions in Ukraine and ensuring patient access to medical care. assistance in the occupied and front-line territories.
The members of the ZDOROVI team shared their experience of organizing the delivery of humanitarian medical aid to hospitals in the region, with a difficult security situation, experience of effective interaction with international donors and the implementation of large humanitarian projects and missions.
"We are building a charitable organization that, down to the smallest detail, meets the standards of work in the international community, so that our donors and partners are confident in the transparency of processes related to humanitarian aid to Ukraine,— explained the founder of the ZDOROVI agency Nataliya Tulinova.
She noted that the organization carries out analytical, monitoring, communication work to identify the urgent needs of the industry and provide medical institutions with the necessary assistance, participates in building a network of international partnerships to support the medical sector of Ukraine .
«Currently, a fundamental platform for the full participation of our country in the global health care system is actually being built. We must make every effort so that our partners are confident in the reliability and transparency of cooperation», — emphasized Tulinova.
In August, the ZDOROVI team handed over 29 tons of humanitarian aid to Ukrainian hospitals in 49 settlements across the country. Large-scale humanitarian work of ZDOROVI takes place thanks to cooperation with international partners, including – ICAP Unity, MedShare, Embrace, RAZOM for UKRAINE, NOVA Ukraine, Americares, USAID, PHILIPS and other charitable foundations and organizations.