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  • AMDA Emergency Relief #40: Crisis in Ukraine

    Publication date:2024-03-05

    Activity overview as of March 2024

    Ever since the humanitarian crisis struck Ukraine in late February 2022, people

    • AMDA Emergency Relief #39: Crisis in Ukraine

      Publication date:2023-08-16
      AMDA has been continuously providing assistance to those who have been forced to face the humanitarian crisis in Ukrainian war zones. As of now, AMDA is working with the following aid organizations based in Hungary and Ukraine.
       

      1. “Varda Hagyomanyorzo, Kulturalis Egyesulet” (Hungary)

       “Varda Hagyomanyorzo, Kulturalis Egyesulet” (Varda) is a Hungarian aid organization active in the areas that are on the border with Ukraine. It has provided medical supplies,

      • AMDA Emergency Relief #38: Crisis in Ukraine

        Publication date:2023-05-24
        Between 15 and 20 May 2023, two AMDA staff members visited Hungary to discuss further assistance for Ukrainian evacuees with its four local counterparts active in both Hungary and Ukraine. AMDA has extended a helping hand to those who sought refuge immediately after the outset of the crisis, sending 14 relief personnel in total for the relief work.

        This time, the two met with the members of the aforementioned partner organizations in succession. The

        • AMDA Emergency Relief #37: Crisis in Ukraine

          Publication date:2023-05-19

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          Ever since the crisis struck Ukraine, AMDA has sent 14 aid workers to neighbouring Hungary from March to October 2022 to help Ukrainian evacuees that fled war zones. During that time, the staff members comprising five doctors, six nurses, and three coordinators engaged in aid work. It included medical relief activities, as well as the provision of food items, medical supplies, and other necessities.

          In light of the protracted crisis, AMDA has been continuously working with Hungarian and

          • AMDA Emergency Relief #36: Crisis in Ukraine

            Publication date:2022-12-28

            1) Shifting to local-driven relief efforts

            AMDA has recently commissioned its Hungarian and Ukrainian local counterparts to primarily run the relief activities for Ukrainian evacuees, the project for which AMDA had mainly been responsible since the crisis began.

            • AMDA Emergency Relief #35: Crisis in Ukraine

              Publication date:2022-10-21

              Beregsurany

              Since September, AMDA’s Japanese nurse has been working at a help center for Ukrainian evacuees in Beregsurany, a Hungarian village on the border with Ukraine. Also serving as a coordinator, she was sent to Hungary as AMDA’s 10th batch of relief personnel.

              The nurse has been mainly checking the health condition of the evacuees, while referring patients that need proper medical attention to local partner organizations. They include the Order of Malta that manages the entire center,

              • AMDA Emergency Relief #34: Crisis in Ukraine

                Publication date:2022-09-28

                Beregsurany

                On 8 September, a Japanese coordinator/nurse from AMDA Headquarters began her work at a help centre for Ukrainian evacuees in Beregsurany, a Hungarian village located on the border with Ukraine. It marked AMDA’s 10th dispatch of aid workers since this humanitarian relief started. The coordinator joined the preceding team, which had already been engaged in the work at the facility.

                As of now, there seem to be quite a few cases of non-Ukrainian students (who were studying in Ukraine) crossing

                • AMDA Emergency Relief #33: Crisis in Ukraine

                  Publication date:2022-09-13

                  Beregsurany

                  After arriving in Budapest, Hungary, on 18 August, an AMDA nurse headed to Beregsurany (a village on the border with Ukraine) on the 20th to take part in the ongoing aid work. This marked the 9th dispatch of relief personnel from Japan. 

                  The nurse joined the preceding team at a local help center for Ukrainian evacuees, and has been engaged in maintaining the health condition of those taking shelter there. Likewise, the team has been caring for the facility staff who have supported the evacuees around the clock.

                  • AMDA Emergency Relief #32: Crisis in Ukraine

                    Publication date:2022-08-18

                    Beregsurany

                    AMDA’s aid workers (one nurse and one coordinator) have been continuously working at a help center for Ukrainian evacuees in Hungary’s Beregsurany village, which is on the border with Ukraine. With the center’s staff, they have been engaged in maintaining the facility environment while handling other aid work. The AMDA nurse has also been checking the health condition of every evacuee at the center. 

                    On 11 August, an evacuee with epilepsy arrived without

                    • AMDA Emergency Relief #31: Crisis in Ukraine

                      Publication date:2022-08-09

                      Beregsurany

                      At a help center set up for Ukrainian evacuees in Hungary’s Beregsurany village, the number of those arriving from war zones has been gradually increasing since late July. The AMDA team (one nurse and one coordinator) has been preparing food and drinks while maintaining the facility environment with the center’s staff.

                      In addition to the above, an AMDA nurse has been checking the health condition of every evacuee at the shelter by utilizing a check sheet that she developed on her own.

                       
                       
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