Association of Medical Doctors of ASIA, founded in 1984, Consultative Status with UN ECOSOC since 1995








AMDA Emergency Relief #1: Crisis in Ukraine

Publication date:2022-03-06
In response to the ongoing humanitarian crisis in Ukraine, AMDA will be dispatching a Japanese medical doctor to Hungary to provide aid to Ukrainian refugees.
Considering what actions could be taken for those who flee to nearby countries, AMDA had been monitoring the situation since the outset of the military crisis in late February.
As it is said around 130,000 Ukrainians have been taking refuge in Hungary, AMDA will be dispatching one Japanese doctor from Holland to coordinate a relief effort.
Upon arrival, the doctor will be joined by a Japanese medical student currently studying at a Hungarian medical school for possible medical relief.
AMDA’s refugee response in the past
-Rohingya Crisis in Bangladesh (Oct. 2017-Nov. 2018)
-IDPs in Kyrgyzstan (June-July 2010)
-Crisis in Rwanda (Apr. 1994)
-Somalia (Jan.-Feb. 1993)
-Bhutanese refugees in Nepal (May 1992-Dec. 2020)
-Rohingya Crisis in Bangladesh (Mar. 1992)
    •  GPSP Multi-National Medical Mission (Peace Building)
    •  Ukraine
    •  2022
    •  ER & Reconstruction