The panel discussion Psychological Rehabilitation of War Victims in Ukraine was organised in conjunction with the “Faces of War: The Human Factor” photographic exhibition.
The ‘Fragile Independence’ Photo Exhibition, the first of its kind in the UK, opened its doors to visitors at the Ukrainian Community Centre in London on 19th-20th September 2015.
This training and diagnostic bionic hand was requested by Orthotex-Service, a clinic specialising in prosthetics in the West of Ukraine, to support medical assessment and rehabilitation of patients who are in need of prosthetic hands and arms as a result of combat trauma.
Ukrainian prosthetics specialists have received training in Leeds, UK, and have already managed to treat several Ukrainian soldiers successfully.
British-Ukrainian Aid has raised funds to help Sergiy Tovstyk, a Ukrainian soldier who lost both his arms during the armed conflict in the East of Ukraine.
Christina Laroque and Rock Choir™ gave a charity concert in the City of London to raise money for the Ukraine Aid project.
A Ukrainian singer Maria Burmaka, who is also an academic at Kiev National University and a pro-democracy activist, performed at the anti-war flash-concert in Dawning street on 24th February 2015 appealing to the UK government to facilitate an end to the on-going armed conflict in Eastern Ukraine.
Charity Concert to Commemorate the Fallen Heroes of the Heavenly Hundred (pro-democracy demonstrators who were shot and killed by the Ukrainian police in Kiev on 20th February 2014) took place on 21 February 2015 in London.
On 4 January, 2015, Ukraine Aid volunteers visited 9 injured patients undergoing medical treatment at Kiev Military Hospital.
Ukraine Aid will address top businessmen and high ranking government officials at the Ukrainian Investment Summit in London on 9 December 2014.