Help for little Andrew from Lyman, Donetsk region
Little Andrew Sagan from Lyman, Donetsk region, comes from a large family and is now in intensive care at the Dnepr Regional Children’s Clinical Hospital.
Doctors in Ukraine cannot find out the cause of the disease and give a definitive diagnosis to the boy. Therefore, no appropriate treatment can be prescribed. Today, the family is searching through volunteer organizations for evacuation transport and specialists abroad who could cure their youngest son.
During the shelling, the family lost their housing and household in their hometown and now is internally displaced in Dnipro.
“On May 3, we ended up with my son Andryusha in the hospital in Kramatorsk. And at 2:00 AM we got a call that the house was on fire. My grandfather, grandmother, and daughter Lera were alive. Everything burned down,” the mother, Natalia Grishai, says.
#Hostline provided direct cash assistance to Andrew’s family. Children of the “Dzherelny” sanatorium collected the funds during the charity fair and handed over to little Andrew’s mother.
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