Razom Health supports hospitals and other healthcare institutions that serve the civilian population in Ukraine. What started in 2016 as a training program for Ukrainian neurosurgeons has grown into a multifaceted initiative responding to a humanitarian crisis.
Following the full-scale invasion of Ukraine in February 2022, the Razom Health team mobilized quickly to provide overwhelmed and under-resourced healthcare facilities throughout the country with critical medicines, medical supplies, and equipment. We have also co-organized medical missions that provide Ukrainian doctors with vital training in emergency situations.
Razom Health now works with a network of international organizations on in-kind medical donations, distribution of medical aid, and medical missions to provide life-saving tools and training. Above all, our aim is to help the Ukrainian healthcare system effectively respond to the current humanitarian crisis–and to emerge from this crisis stronger and more resilient than ever.
Air raids and russian artillery are continuously destroying Ukraine’s healthcare infrastructure. Hospitals and medical facilities throughout the country are constantly in need of basic medical equipment, supplies, and medicines to ensure life-saving patient care. Delivering this essential medical aid to Ukraine is especially challenging during wartime.
Many organizations in the United States have the resources to support the healthcare system in Ukraine during this devastating time. We seek out and establish partnerships with these organizations, monitor every step of the delivery and distribution processes, and consistently evaluate our work to ensure that Ukrainian hospitals and healthcare facilities get the resources they most need.
Our Ukrainian partners ensure that medical facilities and professionals timely receive life-saving supplies and equipment.
Our partnership with global organizations is built on trust and commitment to support the healthcare system in Ukraine.