Razom Contributes $100,000 in Aid to Sumy Hospitals

Recently, the Razom team in Ukraine undertook a working visit to the Sumy region, where donors provided  much-needed aid to Sumy hospitals. During the visit, they engaged with medical staff, delivered assistance and participated in a roundtable discussion titled “Healthcare Facilities in the Sumy Region During War and Engagement of Charitable Aid.”


Since the onset of the full-scale invasion, Razom has been working with healthcare institutions in Sumy and the surrounding area. 


During this most recent visit, Razom’s team delivered aid to several medical institutions in Sumy, including the Sumy City Hospital of St. Panteleimon, Sumy Central City Clinical Hospital, Sumy Regional Perinatal Center, Sumy Regional Children’s Clinical Hospital, and Sumy Regional Cardiology Center. This assistance, totaling over $100,000, included equipment such as a modern anesthesia machine, incubator for newborns, ventilators, ultrasound machine, hemodialysis machine, oxygen monitor, and more.

Olena Teriayeva, a medical expert with Razom Health, emphasized the importance of this aid in allowing medical institutions to reallocate funds to other areas. By communicating directly with medical directors and verifying their needs, Razom ensures precise delivery of assistance tailored to each institution’s requirements.


During the roundtable discussion, Razom representatives, alongside regional authorities, members of the Ukrainian Parliament, and medical institution representatives, deliberated about healthcare reform, material and technical support for hospitals, and the challenges of operating in a wartime environment.

Evelina Kurilets, Executive Director of Razom in Ukraine, highlighted the significance of supporting medical facilities in the Sumy region, given its proximity to the border with Russia and the enduring impact of the invasion on local communities. Through effective collaboration with local authorities, self-government bodies, and hospital teams, Razom has helped facilitate positive outcomes for healthcare in the region.

In 2023 alone, Razom for Ukraine delivered goods worth over $1.5 million, with an additional $600,000 allocated for medical equipment, medicines, and consumables for healthcare facilities in Sumy.


Razom for Ukraine has raised over $100,000,000 since the onset of the full-scale invasion, demonstrating unwavering support for Ukraine.

We invite you to learn more and support Razom’s Health Program!

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