Since the beginning of the Russian military invasion, Ukraine is rapidly emerging as one of the world’s most complex emergencies with millions of refugees fleeing the country and with steadily growing humanitarian needs.
The Human Rights Watch has documented cases of apparent laws-of-war violations against civilians in Chernihiv, Kharkiv, and the outskirts of Kiev including Bucha, Vorzel and Zabuchchia, these violations including cases of repeated rape. An estimated 1 in 5 refugee women and girls experience sexual violence during their journeys from home, as well as in such places as refugee camps and shelters.
We at Corridor - Israel Aid for Ukraine, with the help of Sheba Medical Center and Kvitna Charitable Foundation wish to take a pro-active approach to provide accessible, complex, victim centered treatment to survivors, to be delivered as a mobile“one-stop clinic” that provides medical care and psychosocial support.
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The Women’s Health Clinic is a mobile obstetrics, gynecology and psychological clinic meeting women's health needs across Ukraine. It will offer care and treatment services for women who have been impacted by the war due to lack of access to treatment, with a focus on those who have suffered from sexual assault in occupied territories.
The clinic will traverse between safe areas, away from war zones, where displaced women and children are located, and which have inadequate healthcare infrastructure.
Services will be offered at no cost and will not require a medical referral or appointment.
Services will be responsive to needs-assessments made in the communities where the clinic will operate, and with regional and national government agencies.
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