NCO Farmak Charity Foundation supplied medicines worth over UAH 80 thousand to people evacuated from potentially affected areas during explosions of ammunition warehouses near the town of Ichnia (Chernihiv region).
Medicines were delivered to base stations created in the surrounding villages in hospitals, schools and kindergartens, as well as in Nizhyn Central District Hospital. These included antivirals, analgesics, anti-cold, and sedative medications.
“Farmak is a Ukrainian company; we care a lot for our native land. We never stay aside the problems arising in our country. For us, charity is not only the social function of business; it is philosophy of life. Therefore, we continue helping the army, hospitals, raising ecological awareness of children. We realize numerous different projects aimed at Ukraine’s prosperity”, said Volodymyr Kostiuk, Executive Director of Farmak JSC.
We remind that since 2014, Farmak Charity Foundation provided assistance worth over UAH 6 million to support the army.
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