Due to constant electricity shortages, last winter was one of the most difficult times for many Ukrainians. Ceaseless rocket attacks affect the power grid of Slavuta and the Khmelnytskyi region with catastrophic consequences for the city hospital. Blackouts of the city endanger the lives and health of everyone in the medical facility. In the absence of electricity, it is impossible to perform examinations or tests, or connect equipment for X-rays, fluoroscopy, ultrasound, and further laboratory analysis. Therefore, SA2U together with Kviten Association supported the Slavuta City Hospital through the purchase of generators to ensure that both excellent medical care can continue.
Furthermore, the remaining funds were used to support the Gymnasium (High School) No. 5 in Slavuta. During power outages, the staff and 562 students were left without light, heat, hot water, internet access, and hot lunches. The school has a bomb shelter, which, however, does not function without electricity. Thanks to the generator, the staff and students will have some of the basic comforts they require and the bomb shelter will always be in working condition, ready to provide protection when needed.
“Help with generators which became possible thanks to our long-standing partners Kviten Association and Swiss Aid to Ukraine will make it possible to ensure the continuity of the process of medical care, as well as the continuous educational process.” – shared our beneficiaries.
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