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Ukraine has received 60 tons of humanitarian aid from Croatia through the Favbet Foundation and Dobro Dobrim

16 Jan, 2024
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Ukraine has received 60 tons of humanitarian aid from Croatia through the Favbet Foundation and Dobro Dobrim

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The charitable foundation Favbet Foundation, in collaboration with the volunteer organization Dobro Dobrim DoDo, has delivered another shipment of humanitarian aid from Croatia to Ukraine, totaling over 60 tons. The cargo includes essential items for residents of the front-line regions and technological equipment for the Ukrainian military.

"In Croatia today, there are Ukrainians who were forced to leave their homes due to the war. Our Adaptation Center for Displaced Persons in Zagreb has been operating since 2022, bringing together many volunteers and organizations dedicated to helping Ukraine," says Marianna Kovenya, the project manager for Favbet Foundation. "We are pleased to collaborate again with the Dobro Dobrim DoDo community to strengthen the capabilities of our defenders and support those who are currently suffering the most from the consequences of the war."

The trucks contain disinfectants and medical supplies. This humanitarian aid will be provided to Ukrainian institutions in need. This is another significant batch of humanitarian assistance from Croatia through Dobro Dobrim with the support of the Favbet Foundation charitable fund.

 

 

The first one arrived in Ukraine after the terrorist attack on the Kakhovka Hydroelectric Station. At that time, more than 11 tons of humanitarian aid were sent to refugees from Kherson. In the fall of the same year, Dobro Dobrim, together with Favbet Foundation, sent another 150 tons of aid to Ukraine from Croatia.

This included personal hygiene items and other essential supplies. Additionally, 13,000 kg of disinfectants for processing surgical instruments were specifically provided for medical facilities.

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