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Sending Hope to Ukraine

Sending Hope to Ukraine

54 days of bombs & fighting have left the Ukrainian people devastated and without access to life’s most basic essentials. CBS recently reported that 10 million Ukrainians have fled their homes. “4 million out of the country and 6 million compressed into the cities..The homeless..rest on lattice wooden pallets. The only place they have in the world measures 10 feet by three and a half.” Over 600 medical facilities have been bombed in the last month alone.

Walk With Me Global has played a major role in establishing the Corridor of Hope, making access to medical aid and food more consistent. This corridor is proving to be a lifeline for the most affected areas of Ukraine. Critical supplies and medicine are being delivered to the front lines. This is only made possible by the collaboration of medical professionals, institutions, and logistics personnel. Each partner plays a critical role in the supply chain.

To date, the Corridor of Hope has contributed the following resources to the front lines:

  • Four 40 foot containers of emergency medical supplies 2 million meals
  • 15 tons of food sourced in Poland
  • 42 pallets of medical supplies
  • More than 500,000 medical supplies sourced locally
  • Over 6,000 vials of lifesaving insulin

To meet the ever increasing need for medical care, Walk With Me is raising funds to set up mobile hospital units previously used as COVID clinics. These are costly, but are available. 

If you are interested in donating to this or any of the projects being set up, please click on the link below. 

And please pray. With each day that passes, the needs only continue to grow.

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