The humanitarian centre saved the life of 12-year-old Angelica

The humanitarian centre of Rinat Akhmetov in the framework of the project “Medicines for children” provides support for medicines to seriously ill children living in non-government controlled areas of Donbas, as well as children of families of immigrants who left in peace the territory of Donetsk and Lugansk regions.

12-year-old Angelica, a migrant from Donetsk, has for many years suffered from bouts of asthma, but medicines under the state program did not. The relatives of the girl learned of the existence of the project “Medicines for children”, has requested aid in the Humanitarian center and received the necessary medicines to support normal functioning of the child.

“With medication that we emit the Rinat Akhmetov managed to save the life of her granddaughter. We are very grateful, it is a great happiness for us!” – says Nina Globin, grandmother of Angelica.

Since July of this year to receive assistance can expect all critically ill children under the age of 16 years. Support is provided in the following areas: test strips for determining blood sugar levels, asthma medications, anticonvulsants.

“The main objective of the project “Medicines for children” is a medical support to sick children during the most important phase of growth and development when the lack of drugs can adversely affect the child. During the work was issued about 3000 sets of medicines”, – said Igor Chudinov, the head of the program “Targeted aid” of Rinat Akhmetov Humanitarian center.

In order for Your child to get the right medication, you must:
• call the hotline of the Humanitarian centre 0-800-509-001 and leave the application;
• to answer the call of the employee of the Headquarters, to clarify what documents are required and in what pharmacy you can get medications;
• to obtain medications, by presenting the necessary documents.

Delivery of drugs is carried out in pharmacies Kramatorsk, Mariupol and Bakhmut. Power of attorney to medications can also relatives or friends of families with children living in non-government controlled areas.