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  • Demonstration in Kramatorsk
    Ukraine
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0178003.jpg
    Dozens of people commemorate the demonstration for the unity of Ukraine in the central square of Kramatorsk on 17 April 2014.
  • Demonstration in Kramatorsk
    Ukraine
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0178004.jpg
    Dozens of people commemorate the demonstration for the unity of Ukraine in the central square of Kramatorsk on 17 April 2014.
  • Demonstration in Kramatorsk
    Ukraine
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0178005.jpg
    Dozens of people commemorate the demonstration for the unity of Ukraine in the central square of Kramatorsk on 17 April 2014.
  • Demonstration in Kramatorsk
    Ukraine
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0178006.jpg
    Dozens of people commemorate the demonstration for the unity of Ukraine in the central square of Kramatorsk on 17 April 2014.
  • Demonstration in Kramatorsk
    Ukraine
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0178007.jpg
    Dozens of people commemorate the demonstration for the unity of Ukraine in the central square of Kramatorsk on 17 April 2014.
  • Demonstration in Kramatorsk
    Ukraine
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0178008.jpg
    Dozens of people commemorate the demonstration for the unity of Ukraine in the central square of Kramatorsk on 17 April 2014.
  • Demonstration in Kramatorsk
    Ukraine
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0178009.jpg
    Dozens of people commemorate the demonstration for the unity of Ukraine in the central square of Kramatorsk on 17 April 2014.
  • Demonstration in Kramatorsk
    Ukraine
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0178010.jpg
    Dozens of people commemorate the demonstration for the unity of Ukraine in the central square of Kramatorsk on 17 April 2014.
  • Demonstration in Kramatorsk
    Ukraine
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0178011.jpg
    Dozens of people commemorate the demonstration for the unity of Ukraine in the central square of Kramatorsk on 17 April 2014.
  • Demonstration in Kramatorsk
    Ukraine
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0178012.jpg
    Dozens of people commemorate the demonstration for the unity of Ukraine in the central square of Kramatorsk on 17 April 2014.
  • Demonstration in Kramatorsk
    Ukraine
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0178013.jpg
    Dozens of people commemorate the demonstration for the unity of Ukraine in the central square of Kramatorsk on 17 April 2014.
  • Demonstration in Kramatorsk
    Ukraine
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0178014.jpg
    Dozens of people commemorate the demonstration for the unity of Ukraine in the central square of Kramatorsk on 17 April 2014.
  • Orthodox Easter, Lviv Ukraine
    Ukraine
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0176792.jpg
    Orthodox religious walking towards the Church near the city Lviv.
    Christmas is considered in the West as the main religious holiday of the year, in Ukraine, as in the whole of the Orthodox sphere, the biggest celebration of the liturgical calendar is Easter. Orthodox Easter is both similar and very different from Catholic and Protestant rites. Pope Gregory XIII decided in 1582 to move to the "Gregorian" calendar, the Eastern Churches kept the Julian calendar, which explains the often different dates for Easter. Last year, Orthodox and Catholic Easter coincided. The next common festival will take place only on April 20, 2025.
  • Orthodox Easter, Lviv Ukraine
    Ukraine
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0176793.jpg
    Orthodox religious walking towards the Church near the city Lviv.
    Christmas is considered in the West as the main religious holiday of the year, in Ukraine, as in the whole of the Orthodox sphere, the biggest celebration of the liturgical calendar is Easter. Orthodox Easter is both similar and very different from Catholic and Protestant rites. Pope Gregory XIII decided in 1582 to move to the "Gregorian" calendar, the Eastern Churches kept the Julian calendar, which explains the often different dates for Easter. Last year, Orthodox and Catholic Easter coincided. The next common festival will take place only on April 20, 2025.
  • Orthodox Easter, Lviv Ukraine
    Ukraine
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0176794.jpg
    Orthodox religious walking towards the Church near the city Lviv.
    Christmas is considered in the West as the main religious holiday of the year, in Ukraine, as in the whole of the Orthodox sphere, the biggest celebration of the liturgical calendar is Easter. Orthodox Easter is both similar and very different from Catholic and Protestant rites. Pope Gregory XIII decided in 1582 to move to the "Gregorian" calendar, the Eastern Churches kept the Julian calendar, which explains the often different dates for Easter. Last year, Orthodox and Catholic Easter coincided. The next common festival will take place only on April 20, 2025.
  • Orthodox Easter, Lviv Ukraine
    Ukraine
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0176795.jpg
    the entrance to the church Scansen Shevchenkivsky Guy near the Museum of Lviv Scansen Shevchenkivsky Guy.
    Christmas is considered in the West as the main religious holiday of the year, in Ukraine, as in the whole of the Orthodox sphere, the biggest celebration of the liturgical calendar is Easter. Orthodox Easter is both similar and very different from Catholic and Protestant rites. Pope Gregory XIII decided in 1582 to move to the "Gregorian" calendar, the Eastern Churches kept the Julian calendar, which explains the often different dates for Easter. Last year, Orthodox and Catholic Easter coincided. The next common festival will take place only on April 20, 2025.
  • Orthodox Easter, Lviv Ukraine
    Ukraine
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0176796.jpg
    the entrance to the church Scansen Shevchenkivsky Guy near the Museum of Lviv Scansen Shevchenkivsky Guy.
    Christmas is considered in the West as the main religious holiday of the year, in Ukraine, as in the whole of the Orthodox sphere, the biggest celebration of the liturgical calendar is Easter. Orthodox Easter is both similar and very different from Catholic and Protestant rites. Pope Gregory XIII decided in 1582 to move to the "Gregorian" calendar, the Eastern Churches kept the Julian calendar, which explains the often different dates for Easter. Last year, Orthodox and Catholic Easter coincided. The next common festival will take place only on April 20, 2025.
  • Orthodox Easter, Lviv Ukraine
    Ukraine
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0176797.jpg
    the entrance to the church Scansen Shevchenkivsky Guy near the Museum of Lviv Scansen Shevchenkivsky Guy.
    Christmas is considered in the West as the main religious holiday of the year, in Ukraine, as in the whole of the Orthodox sphere, the biggest celebration of the liturgical calendar is Easter. Orthodox Easter is both similar and very different from Catholic and Protestant rites. Pope Gregory XIII decided in 1582 to move to the "Gregorian" calendar, the Eastern Churches kept the Julian calendar, which explains the often different dates for Easter. Last year, Orthodox and Catholic Easter coincided. The next common festival will take place only on April 20, 2025.
  • Orthodox Easter, Lviv Ukraine
    Ukraine
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0176798.jpg
    An Orthodox nun
    Christmas is considered in the West as the main religious holiday of the year, in Ukraine, as in the whole of the Orthodox sphere, the biggest celebration of the liturgical calendar is Easter. Orthodox Easter is both similar and very different from Catholic and Protestant rites. Pope Gregory XIII decided in 1582 to move to the "Gregorian" calendar, the Eastern Churches kept the Julian calendar, which explains the often different dates for Easter. Last year, Orthodox and Catholic Easter coincided. The next common festival will take place only on April 20, 2025.
  • Orthodox Easter, Lviv Ukraine
    Ukraine
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0176799.jpg
    Orthodox sing traditional songs at Lviv Museum Scansen Shevchenkivsky Guy
    Christmas is considered in the West as the main religious holiday of the year, in Ukraine, as in the whole of the Orthodox sphere, the biggest celebration of the liturgical calendar is Easter. Orthodox Easter is both similar and very different from Catholic and Protestant rites. Pope Gregory XIII decided in 1582 to move to the "Gregorian" calendar, the Eastern Churches kept the Julian calendar, which explains the often different dates for Easter. Last year, Orthodox and Catholic Easter coincided. The next common festival will take place only on April 20, 2025.
  • Orthodox Easter, Lviv Ukraine
    Ukraine
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0176800.jpg
    a young man in an Orthodox religious ceremony.
    Christmas is considered in the West as the main religious holiday of the year, in Ukraine, as in the whole of the Orthodox sphere, the biggest celebration of the liturgical calendar is Easter. Orthodox Easter is both similar and very different from Catholic and Protestant rites. Pope Gregory XIII decided in 1582 to move to the "Gregorian" calendar, the Eastern Churches kept the Julian calendar, which explains the often different dates for Easter. Last year, Orthodox and Catholic Easter coincided. The next common festival will take place only on April 20, 2025.
  • Orthodox Easter, Lviv Ukraine
    Ukraine
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0176801.jpg
    a young man in an Orthodox religious ceremony.
    Christmas is considered in the West as the main religious holiday of the year, in Ukraine, as in the whole of the Orthodox sphere, the biggest celebration of the liturgical calendar is Easter. Orthodox Easter is both similar and very different from Catholic and Protestant rites. Pope Gregory XIII decided in 1582 to move to the "Gregorian" calendar, the Eastern Churches kept the Julian calendar, which explains the often different dates for Easter. Last year, Orthodox and Catholic Easter coincided. The next common festival will take place only on April 20, 2025.
  • Orthodox Easter, Lviv Ukraine
    Ukraine
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0176802.jpg
    a young man in an Orthodox religious ceremony.
    Christmas is considered in the West as the main religious holiday of the year, in Ukraine, as in the whole of the Orthodox sphere, the biggest celebration of the liturgical calendar is Easter. Orthodox Easter is both similar and very different from Catholic and Protestant rites. Pope Gregory XIII decided in 1582 to move to the "Gregorian" calendar, the Eastern Churches kept the Julian calendar, which explains the often different dates for Easter. Last year, Orthodox and Catholic Easter coincided. The next common festival will take place only on April 20, 2025.
  • Orthodox Easter, Lviv Ukraine
    Ukraine
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0176803.jpg
    Orthodox Cross
    Christmas is considered in the West as the main religious holiday of the year, in Ukraine, as in the whole of the Orthodox sphere, the biggest celebration of the liturgical calendar is Easter. Orthodox Easter is both similar and very different from Catholic and Protestant rites. Pope Gregory XIII decided in 1582 to move to the "Gregorian" calendar, the Eastern Churches kept the Julian calendar, which explains the often different dates for Easter. Last year, Orthodox and Catholic Easter coincided. The next common festival will take place only on April 20, 2025.
  • Orthodox Easter, Lviv Ukraine
    Ukraine
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0176804.jpg
    Sisters pray in an Orthodox Church
    Christmas is considered in the West as the main religious holiday of the year, in Ukraine, as in the whole of the Orthodox sphere, the biggest celebration of the liturgical calendar is Easter. Orthodox Easter is both similar and very different from Catholic and Protestant rites. Pope Gregory XIII decided in 1582 to move to the "Gregorian" calendar, the Eastern Churches kept the Julian calendar, which explains the often different dates for Easter. Last year, Orthodox and Catholic Easter coincided. The next common festival will take place only on April 20, 2025.
  • Orthodox Easter, Lviv Ukraine
    Ukraine
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0176805.jpg
    a man prays in an Orthodox Church
    Christmas is considered in the West as the main religious holiday of the year, in Ukraine, as in the whole of the Orthodox sphere, the biggest celebration of the liturgical calendar is Easter. Orthodox Easter is both similar and very different from Catholic and Protestant rites. Pope Gregory XIII decided in 1582 to move to the "Gregorian" calendar, the Eastern Churches kept the Julian calendar, which explains the often different dates for Easter. Last year, Orthodox and Catholic Easter coincided. The next common festival will take place only on April 20, 2025.
  • Orthodox Easter, Lviv Ukraine
    Ukraine
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0176806.jpg
    a woman prays in an Orthodox Church
    Christmas is considered in the West as the main religious holiday of the year, in Ukraine, as in the whole of the Orthodox sphere, the biggest celebration of the liturgical calendar is Easter. Orthodox Easter is both similar and very different from Catholic and Protestant rites. Pope Gregory XIII decided in 1582 to move to the "Gregorian" calendar, the Eastern Churches kept the Julian calendar, which explains the often different dates for Easter. Last year, Orthodox and Catholic Easter coincided. The next common festival will take place only on April 20, 2025.
  • Orthodox Easter, Lviv Ukraine
    Ukraine
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0176807.jpg
    Orthodox Cross.
    Christmas is considered in the West as the main religious holiday of the year, in Ukraine, as in the whole of the Orthodox sphere, the biggest celebration of the liturgical calendar is Easter. Orthodox Easter is both similar and very different from Catholic and Protestant rites. Pope Gregory XIII decided in 1582 to move to the "Gregorian" calendar, the Eastern Churches kept the Julian calendar, which explains the often different dates for Easter. Last year, Orthodox and Catholic Easter coincided. The next common festival will take place only on April 20, 2025.
  • Orthodox Easter, Lviv Ukraine
    Ukraine
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0176808.jpg
    Statue of Shevchenko, Victor Hugo Ukrainian.
    Christmas is considered in the West as the main religious holiday of the year, in Ukraine, as in the whole of the Orthodox sphere, the biggest celebration of the liturgical calendar is Easter. Orthodox Easter is both similar and very different from Catholic and Protestant rites. Pope Gregory XIII decided in 1582 to move to the "Gregorian" calendar, the Eastern Churches kept the Julian calendar, which explains the often different dates for Easter. Last year, Orthodox and Catholic Easter coincided. The next common festival will take place only on April 20, 2025.
  • Orthodox Easter, Lviv Ukraine
    Ukraine
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0176809.jpg
    Orthodox sing traditional songs at Lviv Museum Scansen Shevchenkivsky Guy
    Christmas is considered in the West as the main religious holiday of the year, in Ukraine, as in the whole of the Orthodox sphere, the biggest celebration of the liturgical calendar is Easter. Orthodox Easter is both similar and very different from Catholic and Protestant rites. Pope Gregory XIII decided in 1582 to move to the "Gregorian" calendar, the Eastern Churches kept the Julian calendar, which explains the often different dates for Easter. Last year, Orthodox and Catholic Easter coincided. The next common festival will take place only on April 20, 2025.
  • Orthodox Easter, Lviv Ukraine
    Ukraine
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0176810.jpg
    Military during the Passover party in the Museum of Lviv Scansen Shevchenkivsky Guy.
    Christmas is considered in the West as the main religious holiday of the year, in Ukraine, as in the whole of the Orthodox sphere, the biggest celebration of the liturgical calendar is Easter. Orthodox Easter is both similar and very different from Catholic and Protestant rites. Pope Gregory XIII decided in 1582 to move to the "Gregorian" calendar, the Eastern Churches kept the Julian calendar, which explains the often different dates for Easter. Last year, Orthodox and Catholic Easter coincided. The next common festival will take place only on April 20, 2025.
  • Orthodox Easter, Lviv Ukraine
    Ukraine
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0176811.jpg
    a woman prays in an Orthodox Church
    Christmas is considered in the West as the main religious holiday of the year, in Ukraine, as in the whole of the Orthodox sphere, the biggest celebration of the liturgical calendar is Easter. Orthodox Easter is both similar and very different from Catholic and Protestant rites. Pope Gregory XIII decided in 1582 to move to the "Gregorian" calendar, the Eastern Churches kept the Julian calendar, which explains the often different dates for Easter. Last year, Orthodox and Catholic Easter coincided. The next common festival will take place only on April 20, 2025.
  • Orthodox Easter, Lviv Ukraine
    Ukraine
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0176812.jpg
    A woman and a man pray in an Orthodox Church.
    Christmas is considered in the West as the main religious holiday of the year, in Ukraine, as in the whole of the Orthodox sphere, the biggest celebration of the liturgical calendar is Easter. Orthodox Easter is both similar and very different from Catholic and Protestant rites. Pope Gregory XIII decided in 1582 to move to the "Gregorian" calendar, the Eastern Churches kept the Julian calendar, which explains the often different dates for Easter. Last year, Orthodox and Catholic Easter coincided. The next common festival will take place only on April 20, 2025.
  • Orthodox Easter, Lviv Ukraine
    Ukraine
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0176813.jpg
    a woman watching in an orthodox church
    Christmas is considered in the West as the main religious holiday of the year, in Ukraine, as in the whole of the Orthodox sphere, the biggest celebration of the liturgical calendar is Easter. Orthodox Easter is both similar and very different from Catholic and Protestant rites. Pope Gregory XIII decided in 1582 to move to the "Gregorian" calendar, the Eastern Churches kept the Julian calendar, which explains the often different dates for Easter. Last year, Orthodox and Catholic Easter coincided. The next common festival will take place only on April 20, 2025.
  • Orthodox Easter, Lviv Ukraine
    Ukraine
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0176814.jpg
    a woman and a child pray in an Orthodox Church.
    Christmas is considered in the West as the main religious holiday of the year, in Ukraine, as in the whole of the Orthodox sphere, the biggest celebration of the liturgical calendar is Easter. Orthodox Easter is both similar and very different from Catholic and Protestant rites. Pope Gregory XIII decided in 1582 to move to the "Gregorian" calendar, the Eastern Churches kept the Julian calendar, which explains the often different dates for Easter. Last year, Orthodox and Catholic Easter coincided. The next common festival will take place only on April 20, 2025.
  • Orthodox Easter, Lviv Ukraine
    Ukraine
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0176815.jpg
    a woman prays in an Orthodox Church
    Christmas is considered in the West as the main religious holiday of the year, in Ukraine, as in the whole of the Orthodox sphere, the biggest celebration of the liturgical calendar is Easter. Orthodox Easter is both similar and very different from Catholic and Protestant rites. Pope Gregory XIII decided in 1582 to move to the "Gregorian" calendar, the Eastern Churches kept the Julian calendar, which explains the often different dates for Easter. Last year, Orthodox and Catholic Easter coincided. The next common festival will take place only on April 20, 2025.
  • Toretsk Hopital
    Ukraine
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0175159.jpg
    waiting room of the director of the Toretsk hospital.
    Toretsk is a mining town in Donetsk Oblast, Ukraine. Its population was 35,296. Central Hospital of Toretsk is 50% civilian and 50% military it is the most important hospital center of Donbass after that of Donetsk. His director chuprunov Viktor Mikhailovich explains that he receives more than 200 patients a day. The support of the first international emergency is essential for the functioning of the services of the hospital. It results in the voucher system, delivery free drugs in pharmacy.
  • Toretsk Hopital
    Ukraine
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0175160.jpg
    Portrait of the director of the hospital, Chuprunov Viktor Mikhailovich
    Toretsk is a mining town in Donetsk Oblast, Ukraine. Its population was 35,296. Central Hospital of Toretsk is 50% civilian and 50% military it is the most important hospital center of Donbass after that of Donetsk. His director chuprunov Viktor Mikhailovich explains that he receives more than 200 patients a day. The support of the first international emergency is essential for the functioning of the services of the hospital. It results in the voucher system, delivery free drugs in pharmacy.Photo: Portrait of the director of the hospital, chuprunov Viktor Mikhailovich
  • Toretsk Hopital
    Ukraine
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0175161.jpg
    Guardian of the toretsk hospital
    Toretsk is a mining town in Donetsk Oblast, Ukraine. Its population was 35,296. Central Hospital of Toretsk is 50% civilian and 50% military it is the most important hospital center of Donbass after that of Donetsk. His director chuprunov Viktor Mikhailovich explains that he receives more than 200 patients a day. The support of the first international emergency is essential for the functioning of the services of the hospital. It results in the voucher system, delivery free drugs in pharmacy. Photo: A patient goes up to visit the Chief Medical Officer, Toretsk Hospital.
  • Toretsk Hopital
    Ukraine
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0175162.jpg
    Didkovskaya Svetlana Vosilievna Head of the Women-Mother-Child Department and Head of the Department of Psychiatry.
    Toretsk is a mining town in Donetsk Oblast, Ukraine. Its population was 35,296. Central Hospital of Toretsk is 50% civilian and 50% military it is the most important hospital center of Donbass after that of Donetsk. His director chuprunov Viktor Mikhailovich explains that he receives more than 200 patients a day. The support of the first international emergency is essential for the functioning of the services of the hospital. It results in the voucher system, delivery free drugs in pharmacy. Photo: Didkovskaya svetlana vosilievna Head of the Mother-Child Department and Head of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry.
  • Toretsk Hopital
    Ukraine
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0175163.jpg
    Toretsk is a mining town in Donetsk Oblast, Ukraine. Its population was 35,296. Central Hospital of Tortesk is 50% civilian and 50% military is the most important hospital center of Donbass after that of Donetsk. His director chuprunov Viktor Mikhailovich explains that he receives more than 200 patients a day. The support of the first international emergency is essential for the functioning of the services of the hospital. It results in the voucher system, delivery free drugs in pharmacy.
  • Toretsk Hopital
    Ukraine
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0175164.jpg
    Pediatric waiting room. Toretsk is a mining town in Donetsk Oblast, Ukraine. Its population was 35,296. Central Hospital of Tortesk is 50% civilian and 50% military is the most important hospital center of Donbass after that of Donetsk. His director chuprunov Viktor Mikhailovich explains that he receives more than 200 patients a day. The support of the first international emergency is essential for the functioning of the services of the hospital. It results in the voucher system, delivery free drugs in pharmacy.
  • Toretsk Hopital
    Ukraine
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0175165.jpg
    Julia 4 years is supported by the hospital Toretsk for leukemia.
    Toretsk is a mining town in Donetsk Oblast, Ukraine. Its population was 35,296. Central Hospital of Toretsk is 50% civilian and 50% military it is the most important hospital center of Donbass after that of Donetsk. His director chuprunov Viktor Mikhailovich explains that he receives more than 200 patients a day. The support of the first international emergency is essential for the functioning of the services of the hospital. It results in the voucher system, delivery free drugs in pharmacy.
  • Toretsk Hopital
    Ukraine
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0175166.jpg
    Alex 8 years is treated for hypertension, Toretsk Hospital.
    Toretsk is a mining town in Donetsk Oblast, Ukraine. Its population was 35,296. Central Hospital of Toretsk is 50% civilian and 50% military it is the most important hospital center of Donbass after that of Donetsk. His director chuprunov Viktor Mikhailovich explains that he receives more than 200 patients a day. The support of the first international emergency is essential for the functioning of the services of the hospital. It results in the voucher system, delivery free drugs in pharmacy. Photo: Alex is treated for hypertension, Toretsk Hospital.
  • Toretsk Hopital
    Ukraine
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0175167.jpg
    A woman and her son infected with the AIDS virus.
    Toretsk is a mining town in Donetsk Oblast, Ukraine. Its population was 35,296. Central Hospital of Toretsk is 50% civilian and 50% military it is the most important hospital center of Donbass after that of Donetsk. His director chuprunov Viktor Mikhailovich explains that he receives more than 200 patients a day. The support of the first international emergency is essential for the functioning of the services of the hospital. It results in the voucher system, delivery free drugs in pharmacy.
  • Toretsk Hopital
    Ukraine
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0175168.jpg
    Sergey, 8, has lung cancer.
    Toretsk is a mining town in Donetsk Oblast, Ukraine. Its population was 35,296. Central Hospital of Toretsk is 50% civilian and 50% military it is the most important hospital center of Donbass after that of Donetsk. His director chuprunov Viktor Mikhailovich explains that he receives more than 200 patients a day. The support of the first international emergency is essential for the functioning of the services of the hospital. It results in the voucher system, delivery free drugs in pharmacy.
  • Toretsk Hopital
    Ukraine
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0175169.jpg
    Natacha 7 years is treated for heart failure.
    Toretsk is a mining town in Donetsk Oblast, Ukraine. Its population was 35,296. Central Hospital of Toretsk is 50% civilian and 50% military it is the most important hospital center of Donbass after that of Donetsk. His director chuprunov Viktor Mikhailovich explains that he receives more than 200 patients a day. The support of the first international emergency is essential for the functioning of the services of the hospital. It results in the voucher system, delivery free drugs in pharmacy.
  • toretsk Hopital
    Ukraine
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0175170.jpg
    Alina 3 years old is affected by the AIDS virus. She lives with her grandmother since her mother died of AIDS.
    Toretsk is a mining town in Donetsk Oblast, Ukraine. Its population was 35,296. Central Hospital of Toretsk is 50% civilian and 50% military it is the most important hospital center of Donbass after that of Donetsk. His director chuprunov Viktor Mikhailovich explains that he receives more than 200 patients a day. The support of the first international emergency is essential for the functioning of the services of the hospital. It results in the voucher system, delivery free drugs in pharmacy.
  • Toretsk Hopital
    Ukraine
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0175171.jpg
    Tatiana and her newborn Maxime, Toretsk Hospital.
    Toretsk is a mining town in Donetsk Oblast, Ukraine. Its population was 35,296. Central Hospital of Toretsk is 50% civilian and 50% military it is the most important hospital center of Donbass after that of Donetsk. His director chuprunov Viktor Mikhailovich explains that he receives more than 200 patients a day. The support of the first international emergency is essential for the functioning of the services of the hospital. It results in the voucher system, delivery free drugs in pharmacy. Photo: Tatiana has just given birth to little Maxime.
  • toretsk Hopital
    Ukraine
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0175172.jpg
    the central building of Toretsk Hospital
    Toretsk is a mining town in Donetsk Oblast, Ukraine. Its population was 35,296. Central Hospital of Toretsk is 50% civilian and 50% military it is the most important hospital center of Donbass after that of Donetsk. His director chuprunov Viktor Mikhailovich explains that he receives more than 200 patients a day. The support of the first international emergency is essential for the functioning of the services of the hospital. It results in the voucher system, delivery free drugs in pharmacy.
  • Mayorsk CheckPoint
    Ukraine
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0175086.jpg
    Ukrainian Army monitoring post in the Mayorsk checkpoint.
    the front line between Ukraine and the Donetsk People's Republic (RPD), the Mayorsk pass near Gorlovk. There are more than 10,000 people crossing the "line of contact". The inhabitants have to wait for long hours in difficult conditions. In Mayorsk, in case of medical emergency, it takes about 1 hour because of the snow for an ambulance. to get to the checkpoint. The waiting time can generate tensions among people, irritated by these conditions.
  • Mayorsk CheckPoint
    Ukraine
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0175087.jpg
    an old woman has just got off the bus from Kramatorsk to go to the Donetsk People's Republic (DPR).
    the front line between Ukraine and the Donetsk People's Republic (RPD), the Mayorsk pass near Gorlovk. There are more than 10,000 people crossing the "line of contact". The inhabitants have to wait for long hours in difficult conditions. In Mayorsk, in case of medical emergency, it takes about 1 hour because of the snow for an ambulance. to get to the checkpoint. The waiting time can generate tensions among people, irritated by these conditions.
  • Mayorsk CheckPoint
    Ukraine
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0175090.jpg
    a man loads his suitcases in a bus near the Mayorsk contact line.
    the front line between Ukraine and the Donetsk People's Republic (RPD), the Mayorsk pass near Gorlovk. There are more than 10,000 people crossing the "line of contact". The inhabitants have to wait for long hours in difficult conditions. In Mayorsk, in case of medical emergency, it takes about 1 hour because of the snow for an ambulance. to get to the checkpoint. The waiting time can generate tensions among people, irritated by these conditions.
  • Mayorsk CheckPoint
    Ukraine
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0175097.jpg
    the refugees pass through the corridor before being controlled by the Ukrainian army.
    the front line between Ukraine and the Donetsk People's Republic (RPD), the Mayorsk pass near Gorlovk. There are more than 10,000 people crossing the "line of contact". The inhabitants have to wait for long hours in difficult conditions. In Mayorsk, in case of medical emergency, it takes about 1 hour because of the snow for an ambulance. to get to the checkpoint. The waiting time can generate tensions among people, irritated by these conditions.
  • Mayorsk CheckPoint
    Ukraine
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0175098.jpg
    the refugees pass through the corridor before being controlled by the Ukrainian army.
    the front line between Ukraine and the Donetsk People's Republic (RPD), the Mayorsk pass near Gorlovk. There are more than 10,000 people crossing the "line of contact". The inhabitants have to wait for long hours in difficult conditions. In Mayorsk, in case of medical emergency, it takes about 1 hour because of the snow for an ambulance. to get to the checkpoint. The waiting time can generate tensions among people, irritated by these conditions.
  • Marrinka Checkpoint
    Ukraine
    Sadak Souici
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    the entrance of the Mayorsk checkpoint
    Marrinka is a city in Donetsk Oblast, Ukraine, and the administrative capital of Marnika District. Its population, mostly Russian-speaking, was 9,913 inhabitants.The front line between Ukraine and the Donetsk People's Republic (RPD) takes about 1 hour because of the snow for an ambulance to get to the police station. control.
  • Mayorsk CheckPoint
    Ukraine
    Sadak Souici
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    A road near the line of contact in Mayorsk.
    the front line between Ukraine and the Donetsk People's Republic (RPD), the Mayorsk pass near Gorlovk. There are more than 10,000 people crossing the "line of contact". The inhabitants have to wait for long hours in difficult conditions. In Mayorsk, in case of medical emergency, it takes about 1 hour because of the snow for an ambulance. to get to the checkpoint. The waiting time can generate tensions among people, irritated by these conditions.
  • Ukraine (Donbass),Svetlojarsk hospital
    Ukraine
    Sadak Souici
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    The entrance to Svitlodarsk Hospital
    Svitlodarsk is a city in Donetsk Oblast, Ukraine. Its population was less than 9,000 in 2016. The central hospital of the city is 5 kilometers from the front line. The main international emergency activities in the Svitlodarsk Hospital are consultation assistance, medical check-ups, free pharmacy drug delivery mainly.
  • Ukraine (Donbass),Svetlojarsk hospital
    Ukraine
    Sadak Souici
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    Hospitality of Svitlodarsk Hospital
    Svitlodarsk is a city in Donetsk Oblast, Ukraine. Its population was less than 9,000 in 2016. The central hospital of the city is 5 kilometers from the front line. The main international emergency activities in the Svitlodarsk Hospital are consultation assistance, medical check-ups, free pharmacy drug delivery mainly.
  • Ukraine (Donbass),Svetlojarsk hospital
    Ukraine
    Sadak Souici
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    Dasha benefited from the assistance program for vulnerable people at Première Urgence Internationale.
    Svitlodarsk is a city in Donetsk Oblast, Ukraine. Its population was less than 9,000 in 2016. The central hospital of the city is 5 kilometers from the front line. The main international emergency activities in the Svitlodarsk Hospital are consultation assistance, medical check-ups, free pharmacy drug delivery mainly.
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