The young residents of the town of Shchastia, located along the conflict’s ‘contact line’ in Luhansk oblast, will now be able to receive quality medical services in a comfortable renovated clinic. The inauguration of the building, refurbished with the EU and the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) in Ukraine, was held on 19 May.
Under the ‘Public Health Platform: Building a Multilateral Partnership for Public Safety and Social Cohesion of the Shchastia Community’ project, the polyclinic was overhauled, proper heating and water supply systems were installed, and furniture and medical equipment were purchased and delivered.
The project also saw the organisation of educational activities, including a school for young parents and responsible fathers, involving them in educational activities on healthcare.
The project cost is about 1.9 million hryvnias.
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