For two days, an event was held at the ECB Katyuzhanka Church with the support of doctors from the Angelia Hospital in Kyiv. With the help of mobile mobile tools for research, the reception was conducted by specialists:
✅ Crisis consultant
✅ Rehabilitation specialist
✅ Ultrasound room
✅ Mobile laboratory
The villagers who intended to be examined received qualified advice from leading specialists.
Katyuzhanka is one of the first villages to be occupied since the first days of the war.
Many people have run out of medication and relapses of chronic diseases.
Due to limited registration, doctors were able to admit 50 patients daily for three days. Doctors not only consulted, but also provided the necessary medication absolutely free of charge.
I also want to note: doctors were fascinated by the behavior of our fellow villagers! For two days there was no misunderstanding between the people who were waiting their turn.
Life goes on and one important thing needs to be understood: the war is not over yet and the fact that it is not in your city or village does not mean that it is time not to worry about your life or relationships with others!
For some, today will be the last day of life.
We can win together. What is needed for this? Humanity and understanding of the needs of those around!
“And whatsoever ye do, do it heartily, as to the Lord, and not unto men.”
“Know that ye shall receive an inheritance from the Lord, for ye serve the Lord Christ.”
Colossians 3: 23-24