РPirogov First Volunteer Mobile Hospital leader Gennadiy Druzenko on Golos Stolitsy radio: bureaucrats should not ask volunteer medics what they did in the ATO zone.
- 16 July 2017
- 15 July 2017
Doctors of the Pirogov First Volunteer Mobile Hospital delivered tactical medicine training for servicemen at the front line: stopping a wound, applying a tourniquet, immobilizing limbs, etc.
- 05 July 2017
In Bilokurakyne, Luhansk Oblast, local patients are examined and treated by three specialists of the Pirogov First Bolunteer Mobile Hospital: surgeon, oculist and traumatologist. Twice a week through July, the volunteer medic will also go to distant villages in the district.
- 02 July 2017
- 29 June 2017
Volodymyr Andriychuk in Vakulenko’s LOT Live (preliminary results of PFVMH/UNFPA project – from 9 min 11 s)
According to preliminary data, 2,000 people, including 500 children, were examined under the two-month SRH project jointly implemented by the Pirogov First Volunteer Mobile Hospital and the United Nations Population Fund in three Luhansk Oblast’s districts.
- 25 June 2017
An encouraging story. Doctors have operated a boy who had webbed fingers and toes. Now he works computer and hopes to save other people. And one more detail: Slavko live in the frontline zone – village of Hrechyshkyne in Luhansk Oblast.
- 22 June 2017
Ambulance driver Serhiy Kyselyov has taken hundreds of wounded out of battlefield. He narrates what he have seen in this war since 2014: travels through minefields, people he saved, “punitive expeditions” and local population.
- 21 June 2017
- 20 June 2017
Medics from Kyiv – volunteers of the Pirogov First Volunteer Mobile Hospital – provide aid to residents of frontline areas in Luhansk Oblast. When there was time for the doctors to go back to Kyiv, locals organized a concert for them and came to bid farewell in Ukrainian embroidered shirts – vyshyvankas.