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Second front

Protecting doctors: what we achieved over the past week

Another week of active work is over which means we’ve got lots of things to show you and tell you about. As before, we put all our resources into the Second Front project under which we try to supply doctors with PPE. Several hundred of respirators and protective coats; thousands of face masks; protective face shields and body thermometers. Admittedly, the past week turned out to be quite productive and rich in routine activities. We had to pick up and deliver stuff, search, find and buy necessary products online; to listen to someone, to make decisions, to change mind sometimes; to distribute, to process numerous papers, to answer dozens of angry commentaries, to accept new requests and actualize the previous ones. You would be surprised if you learnt with how little manpower we try to meet the demand and remain productive. Still we do.

The city of Kremenchuk deserves a few additional compliments: their local veterans’ association has been exceptionally active recently. At the moment, our goals match well as both we and they are taking active care about the safety gear for medics. Lately, the line between the base and ordinary hospitals seems blurred, as due to the spread of coronavirus infection medical staff at practically every hospital are now  contacting with patients with Covid-19. That is why we responded to their request, purchased and transferred the equipment to the veterans who later distributed it between two local hospitals on their own. The transfer included masks and respirators; you can find detailed information on this in our project report.

Mr Volodymyr, head of the local veterans’ association and the Ukrainian Army officer, willingly delivers the protective stuff himself. We mention the Kremenchuk veterans for the third time, and are going to tell you about them in the future: it is so good to see decent people mobilize their time and resources in crisis situations to effectively contribute into a worthy joint effort

Another batch of protective coats has arrived in Kyiv: shortly, these will be distributed among the medics at local hospitals. Besides, we’ve received papers from Lutsk: the Volyn Oblast Regional Hospital got their contactless body thermometers. In addition to the thermometers, in accordance with their request, today we have sent them a load of disposable medical coats.

Another part of PPE we traditionally distributed between the Centers for First Medical and Sanitary Aid in Mykolayiv. Excuse us for perhaps too excessive coverage of their transfer history: in view of logistics, we currently deliver them lots of useful stuff in smaller batches. In fact, other hospitals throughout Ukraine get almost the same quantities of PPE. Apart from this, we have provided a considerable transfer for another regional hospital. Let us reiterate that the line between the base hospitals and ordinary healthcare institutions seems vanished as all of them attend Covid-19 patients equally nowadays. So we decided to support medics of all hospitals who apply to us seeking our support.   

Now to the newest requests. Some time ago we distributed all the twenty snorkeling face masks remodeled by the specialists of the School of Military Divers, so fast that their instructor Mr Kostyantyn Myrhorodsky got really surprised. So we had to order another batch of snorkeling devices along with relevant adaptors again. Partially, these will go for testing to the Central Military Hospital, while another part will be sent to the Hospice where the medics are dealing with the most difficult cases of contamination. So far, medics approve the invention and comment that today it is perhaps the most appropriate gear, quite handy and effective at the same time.

As to Kremenchuk again: our colleagues volunteers asked us to support their local Central Regional Hospital as well.They told us that there happened a rapid increase in the number of infected in the city, and 30 cases of contagion among medics have been registered. Perhaps the amount may seem not that shocking at the background of the entire country, still for a comparatively small city it is rather an extraordinary situation. So we need to purchase a few hundred respirators and protective coats for them.

In addition, another capital city base Maternity Home has applied for our assistance as well. Their operative shift consists of over two hundred medics, both doctors, nurses and assistant nurses. All of them need protection. Naturally, we expect the situation with governmental supplies improves soon. Still at the moment when they don’t have the necessary stuff, we need to help them. But the question remains, at whose expense?

That is why we appeal to your compassion and understanding: of course, the situation with state-governed supplies gradually turns to the better, but the very process seems to be rather slow. During the time the staff purchased by the state, arrives in hospitals, a considerable part of medics takes risks of getting contaminated and be taken into infectious ICUs, daily. To hold this defensive line, to protect those whose job is to treat patients, we ask you to continue your participation in the project. We are aware of the fact that everyone feels drained by our voluntary confinement and lacking our financial resources; most of us feel uncertain about tomorrow to such an extent when the virus seems not that deadly. But sooner or later, this highly contagious disease can strike literally anyone, and you would probably agree that for that moment we would prefer to have doctors safe, alive and able to provide us all the necessary medical aid. So, dear friends, let us stay together and do our best to assist our medics. At any rate, we must hold this second front and do everything we can in supporting them either financially, with our affordable donations, or informationally, through spreading the word over social media.

DateNameQuantityCostDestination
24/04/2020Three-layer protective mask250 2 750.00Purchased and transferred to Kremenchuk “Pravoberezhna” City Hospital
24/04/2020Protective Respirators FFP275 5 437.50Purchased and transferred to Kremenchuk “Pravoberezhna” City Hospital
24/04/2020AFK Infrared Thermometer2 4 398.00Purchased and transferred to Volyn Oblast Regional Infectious Hospital
24/04/2020Protective respirators, class FFP2100 7 250.00Purchased and transferred to Mykolaiv Central Regional Hospital
24/04/2020Disposable protective coat size L20 1 100.00Purchased and transferred to Mykolaiv Central Regional Hospital
24/04/2020Disposable protective coat size XL80 4 400.00Bought and transferred to Mykolaiv Central Regional Hospital
24/04/2020Shoe covers2х50 80.00Bought and transferred to the Mykolaiv Central Regional Hospital
24/04/2020Protective respirators, FFP3 class40 7 000.00Purchased and transferred to Mykolaiv Central Regional Hospital
24/04/2020Three-layer protective mask500 5 000.00 Bought and transferred to the Mykolaiv Central Regional Hospital
24/04/2020Protective respirators, FFP2 class50 3 625.00Transferred to Center for First Medical and Sanitary Aid #1
24/04/2020Protective Respirators Class FFP340 7 000.00Transferred to Center for First Medical and Sanitary Aid #1
24/04/2020Protective Respirators, FFP2 Class60 4 350.00Transferred to Center for First Medical and Sanitary Aid #3
24/04/2020Protective Respirators FFP3 Class40 7 000.00Transferred to Center for First Medical and Sanitary Aid #3
24/04/2020Three-layer protective mask100 1 000.00Transferred to Center for First Medical and Sanitary Aid #3
24/04/2020Protective Respirators, FFP2 Class100 7 250.00Transferred to Center for First Medical and Sanitary Aid #6
24/04/2020Protective Respirators FFP3 Class40 7 000.00Transferred to Center for First Medical and Sanitary Aid #6
24/04/2020Medical Protective Suit8 3 360.00Transferred to Center for First Medical and Sanitary Aid #6
24/04/2020Disposable protective coat size L50 2 750.00Transferred to Center for First Medical and Sanitary Aid #3
24/04/2020Disposable protective coat size XL50 2 750.00Transferred to Center for First Medical and Sanitary Aid #3

Second front

Raising funds to buy the necessary stuff for the personnel of the base clinics where patients with the Covid-19 are hospitalized

1 000 000 UAH (27 345 USD) needed
89% raised
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Миколаївський обласний благодійний фонд “РЕГІОНАЛЬНИЙ ФОНД БЛАГОЧЕСТЯ”
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Beneficiary: Mykolayiv Regional Charitable Foundation “Regional Foundation Blagochestya”
IBANcode: UA583052990000026007011702069
Beneficiary address: UA 54000, Mykolaiv, Buznyka str. 5, 118
Beneficiary bank: Privatbank
50, Naberezhna Peremogy Street, Dnipropetrovsk, 49094, Ukraine
Swift code: PBANUA2X

Intermediary bank: JP Morgan Chase Bank,New York ,USA
Swift code: CHASUS33
Correspondent account: 001-1-000080
Description: Charitable donation for ‘’ project
or
Intermediary bank: The Bank of New York Mellon, New York, USA
Swift code: IRVT US 3N
Correspondent account: 890-0085-754
Description: Charitable donation for ‘’ project
EUR
Beneficiary: Mykolayiv Regional Charitable Foundation “Regional Foundation Blagochestya”
IBANcode: UA703052990000026002041702959
Beneficiary address: UA 54000, Mykolaiv, Buznyka str. 5, 118
Beneficiary bank: Privatbank
50, Naberezhna Peremogy Street, Dnipropetrovsk, 49094, Ukraine
Swift code: PBANUA2X

Intermediary bank: Commerzbank AG ,Frankfurt am Main, Germany
Swift code: COBADEFF
Correspondent account: 400886700401
Description: Charitable donation for ‘’ project
PLZ
Beneficiary: Mykolayiv Regional Charitable Foundation "Regional Foundation Blagochestya"
IBAN Code: UA363052990000026006001705679
Name of the bank: JSC CB "PRIVATBANK", 1D HRUSHEVSKOHO STR., KYIV, 01001, UKRAINE
Bank SWIFT Code: PBANUA2X
Beneficiary address: UA 54000, Mykolaiv, Buznyka str. 5, 118
CORRESPONDENT BANK: Bank Pekao/Grupa Pekao S.A., Warsaw, Poland
Account in the correspondent bank: PL13124000013140533111120301
SWIFT Code of the correspondent bank: PKOPPLPW
Description: Charitable donation for "" project.
GBP
Beneficiary: Mykolayiv Regional Charitable Foundation “Regional Foundation Blagochestya”
IBANcode: UA583052990000026007011702069
Beneficiary address: UA 54000, Mykolaiv, Buznyka str. 5, 118
Beneficiary bank: Privatbank
50, Naberezhna Peremogy Street, Dnipropetrovsk, 49094, Ukraine
Swift code: PBANUA2X

Intermediary bank: JP Morgan Chase Bank,New York ,USA
Swift code: CHASUS33
Correspondent account: 001-1-000080
Description: Charitable donation for ‘’ project
or
Intermediary bank: The Bank of New York Mellon, New York, USA
Swift code: IRVT US 3N
Correspondent account: 890-0085-754
Description: Charitable donation for ‘’ project

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