The following videos show the horrendous situations that nurses in Ukraine are experiencing right now as this unprovoked war continues with no end in site. Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have information about personal experiences as a nurse in Ukraine and/ or want to share ways in which we can help.
Nurses-Hands is not able to accept donations, but we are providing links to reputable organizations that are able to help to get funds and supplies to our colleagues in Ukraine.
Marioupal Maternity Hospital is bombed in Mariupol, Ukraine March 9, 2022
Dnipropetrovsk Oblast Children’s Clinic hospital, March 2022
Nurses care for newborn babies in a makeshift bomb shelter from a neonatal intensive care unit at a children’s hospital in Dnipro, eastern Ukraine. Dr Denis Surkov, chief of the neonatal unit at Dnipropetrovsk Oblast Children’s Clinic hospital, said in a statement: ‘This is our reality.’
Okhmatdyt Children’s Hospital in Kyiv, Ukraine, March 2022
The state of trauma nursing, Kyiv Ukraine, March 2022