ZDOROVI takes part in work on a new system for accounting and reporting on humanitarian aid
Recently, a working meeting of representatives of the charitable sector, the Ministry of Social Policy, customs service and the Ministry of Internal Affairs was held in Kyiv to discuss new rules for the import of humanitarian aid into Ukraine.
Since the beginning of the large-scale invasion, our team
has been building cooperation network with donors from different countries to provide the most effective support for the healthcare sector. Currently, our international partner network includes 67 organizations from all over the world. “I am confident that the rules for the import of humanitarian aid into the country should be clear and understandable to all participants in the international community who are making efforts to help Ukraine withstand the challenges of war and post-war reconstruction.”
The founder of the National Humanitarian Aid Agency ZDOROVI Nataliiaa Tulinova spoke about this:
“Our charitable organization was included in the working group selected to develop the state strategy for working with humanitarian aid. I am grateful to our partners Isar Ednannia for the initiative to organize this extremely important discussion and engage both representatives of government agencies and philanthropists, whose efforts are aimed at attracting humanitarian aid to Ukraine.
ZDOROVI’s large-scale humanitarian work is carried out in collaboration with international partners, including Isar Ednannia, Razom for Ukraine, NOVA Ukraine, Americares, Philips, the Netherlands Refugee Council, GIZ, Projecten Vastenactie and other charitable foundations and organizations.
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