1010 tons of donated and purchased goods were delivered across Ukraine in 60 shipments.
20 collection points where more than 700 volunteers sort, pack and load the trucks across Switzerland.
6 pick-ups delivered for last mile distribution in Ukraine.
23 fully equipped ambulances delivered to Sumy, Kharkiv, Chernihiv and Kyiv regions.20% of the budget was used for the purchase of medicines and medical equipment at the direct request of Ukraine, including 445 boxes of specialized first aid and 270 tourniquets, bandages, anti-burn and surgical equipment.2 special mini-buses for children in wheelchairs were delivered to the Chernihiv region.CHF76'000 worth of medical equipement for Nikolaev Hospital
Opening of Ge CARE Ukraine with the status of EDUHUB with more than 100 workshops, consultations, master classes and education for over 2'000 people.Distribution of humanitarian aid in the Geneva area and special transportation for Ukrainian refugees.14 scholarships for Ukrainian children from Lemania College and Champittet College.
Active cooperation with Swiss and Ukrainian media, multiple interviews.Weekly program "For Ukraine" on Radio Cité Geneva.Active participation and organization of cultural events, Ukrainian House at WEF in Davos, Ukraine Recovery Conference in Lugano, Basel Art, the celebration of the Independence Day of Ukraine, the cultural event "Through the Thorns", the International Concert at Salle Madelene, the concert of TNMKongo in Geneva, presentation of a photo review UKRAINIA at Teo Jacob.Daily presence on social media to provide quick feedback and present our immediate results.
1010 tons in 60 trucks of purchased and received as donations goods delivered across Ukraine.
20 collection points where 700+ volunteers sort, pack and load trucks across Switzerland.
6 pick up trucks delivered for last mile distribution in Ukraine.
23 fully equipped ambulances delivered to Sumy, Kharkiv, Chernihiv and Kyiv regions.20% of the budget spent on medications and medical supplies on direct demand from Ukraine incl. 445 specialised first aid kits & 270 tourniquets, bandaging, anti-burn and surgical materials2 special mini-bus for wheel-chaired kids delivered to Chernihiv regionCHF76'000 worth of medical equipement for Nikolaev Hospital
Opening Ge CARE Ukraine with EDUHUB status with 100+ workshops, consultations, master classes and education for 1500+ people.
Humanitarian aid distribution in Geneva area and special transportation for Ukrainian refugees.
14 scholarships for Ukrainian children from Lemania College & Champittet College.
Active cooperation with Swiss & Ukrainian media, multiple interviews.Weekly programme 'Pour l’Ukraine' on Radio Cite Geneva.Active participation & organisation of cultural event , Ukrainian House at WEF in Davos, Ukraine Recovery Conference in Lugano, Basel Art, Ukrainian Independence Day celebration, 'Through the Thorns' cultural event, International concert at Salle Madelene, TNMKongo Geneva concert, presentation of a photo review UKRAINIA at Teo Jacob.Daily social media coverage to communicate prompt feedback and present our immediate results.
The DETI Association was created in 2017 by Maryna Romanenko and Sebastian Aeschbach with the aim of supporting the younger generations of Ukraine: children and adolescents in their transition to adulthood. Since February 24, 2022, Ukraine and its citizens have been caught up in the turmoil of war. To support the country, DETI has set up a cooperation platform with the Ukrainian diplomatic representation in Switzerland as well as several associations supporting Ukraine, especially with the Ukrainian diaspora in Geneva. DETI is now focusing its efforts on humanitarian aid, in particular the provision of essential medical equipment. The integration of Ukrainians seeking refuge in Switzerland is also one of its priorities.