Supporting the EMS Response in Ukraine

EMS professionals respond to emergencies wherever they occur—including conflict and disaster zones. In support of our members and colleagues working around the clock to provide emergency medical care in Ukraine and the surrounding countries, NAEMSP encourages monetary donations to well-established international organizations such as: 

Member Spotlight: A Mother-Daughter Duo on the Frontlines of Ukrainian Humanitarian Response

NAEMSP recognizes two exceptional members, a mother-daughter duo: EMS Fellow Kasia Hampton, chair and founding member of NAEMSP’s Prehospital Ultrasound Task Force, together with her daughter Livia Van Humbeeck, a medical student at the Jagiellonian University in Cracow, Poland—both volunteering on the frontlines of the Ukrainian humanitarian response.

Kasia (pictured left) is going to Eastern Europe to continue her collaborative efforts with local and global organizations such as the World Health Organization, Polish Medical Mission, the Interstate Disaster Medical Collaborative, and the Polish Ministry of Health. Livia (pictured right) provides humanitarian assistance to the refugees in Cracow, and also travels to the Ukrainian side of the border to help the refugees waiting in extremely long lines before crossing into Poland.

Donate to Kasia's GoFundMe here.

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