September 21, a meeting took place between members of the Ukraine 3000 International Charitable Fund and a delegation of the Children of Chornobyl Fund of the Lower Saxony (Germany).
The goal of the meeting was providing information on both funds’ activities and attainments, along with discussing possible ways of cooperation, the Ukraine3000 informs.
The meeting was participated by Head of the Supervisory Board of the Children of Chernobyl Fund of the Lower Saxony Heyo Ekkel, Head of the Fund’s Subdivision Sibylle Glosemeyer, representative of Siemens Ukraine Tetiana Hubenko, Advisor to the Head of Supervisory Board of the Ukraine 3000 Fund Andriy Myroshnichenko; Head of the Board of Directors of the Ukraine 3000 Fund Oleksandr Maksymchuk, Director of the Hospital to Hospital Program Vira Pavliuk, and Coordinator of the Hospital to Hospital Program Inna Holovanchuk.
At the meeting the parts exchanged information on their Funds’ activities and discussed possible ways of cooperation. In part, the Germans offered their assistance in training professionals for the new children’s hospital in Kyiv. This can be done wither through long-term training in Germany or internship at German Hospitals. Representatives of the Children of Chernobyl Fund also expressed their desire to support the construction of a children’s hospital in Kyiv through informing on it their colleagues in Germany.
The parts reiterated their mutual interest in future cooperation. It was decided to sign a Memorandum on Partnership between the Ukraine 3000 International Charitable Fund and Children of Chornobyl Fund of the Lower Saxony. They will start to draft and discuss this agreement in the near future.
The Children of Chornobyl Fund of the Lower Saxony is well-known in Ukraine due to its active support to hospitals in the cities that suffered the most from the Chornobyl disaster. Presenting his Fund, Mr. Ekkel said that in the last decade around 100 ultrasonic scanners by Siemens had been supplied to Ukrainian hospitals. This equipment is crucial for diagnosing cancer, in part, of the thyroid gland. Next year it is planned to bring to Ukraine another 15 ultrasonic scanners, which, by a prior arrangement, can be handed over to the hospitals participating in the Hospital to Hospital program.
The agenda of the Children of Chornobyl Fund of the Lower Saxony also includes regular visits to Ukraine by German professionals, where they visit mostly country hospitals, providing necessary consultations.
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