Polish Medical Mission

I offer help / I need help
  • I OFFER HELP
Activity
  • active
Street name and number
  • Batorego 2/30
Postal code
  • 31-135
City
  • Kraków
Form of legal activity
  • non governmental organization
Main area of activity
  • Healthcare / psychological support
  • Material or financial support
  • Logistic and transport
Fundraiser website / website detailing your activities
Email
  • sekretariat@pmm.org.pl
Age of beneficiaries
  • Infants 0-3
  • Preschoolers 4-6
  • School children 7-18
  • University students 19-24
  • Adults 19-65
  • Pensioners 65+
Country
  • Poland
  • Ukraine
Scope of operations
  • Nationwide
Method of operation - Poland
  • stationary, operations or branches throughout Poland
Method of operation - Ukraine
  • stationary, operations or branches throughout Ukraine
Type of material or in-kind aid offered
  • Medicines, dressing materials
Type of services offered
  • Doctor
  • Psychologist
  • Cultural, entertainment or integration activities
  • Afterschool activities for children
  • Transportation
Period of operation
  • permanent operation
Description of activities
  • As a result of the ongoing war in Ukraine, more than 6 million people have been forced to flee the country. However, there are people left behind whose evacuation is not possible, and the number of victims of the conflict is also increasing. The warehouses of medical supply companies are empty – aid to hospitals has to be imported from Poland. We ensure the uninterrupted functioning of Ukrainian hospitals by purchasing and delivering the most urgently needed medical equipment and medicines necessary to save health and life, and provide medical assistance at the Polish-Ukrainian border. We are constantly working to provide additional support to Ukrainian hospitals. A field hospital will soon be set up in the Mykolaiv region, where, as an external unit of the hospital, it will serve patients. The medical team will have at its disposal, among other things, an ambulance and an ultrasound machine; in addition, the hospital will have a separate observation area for patients requiring hospitalization. In addition, the Polish Medical Mission has created Child-Friendly Spaces in Poland, which will help cover the integration and psychosocial support needs of children and adults. In Kobyłka, a suburb of Warsaw, we are conducting activities to improve the psychological condition of children with refugee experience

    More about our projects on our website – https://pmm.org.pl/projekty-ukraina