The head of the Ukrainian Association of Ambulatory Medical Doctors Artem Svodkovsky said that since the beginning of the war in Ukraine, AAM representatives have managed to attract about 300 tons of various humanitarian aid from Ukrainian businessmen, the banking sector and donors from Europe and the United States, according to the association's website.
"During peacetime, our association was involved in helping to protect and promote the health of the people of Ukraine. With the beginning of a full-scale war, priorities changed. Now AAM members have directed all their efforts to support Ukrainians who really need it, namely displaced people, military and medics," Svodkovsky said.
Over the past two months, members of the Association of Ambulatory Medicine have attracted nearly two dozen large tranches of rubber-aid. Donors, mostly medical colleagues and other benefactors from Poland, Denmark and the United States, have provided assistance. The domestic business community and our compatriots from the western part of Ukraine also joined in the aid. MHP, Ukraine's leading producer of chicken meat with the largest market share and high brand recognition of its products (Nasha Ryaba), helped out. The banking sector, FUIB, also contributed to AAM's support.