Power banks given to refugees crossing the borders
Medical equipment and medicines distributed
Hospitals & clinics assisted in Ukraine
Electric generators set up for hospitals, clinics, ambulances and fire stations
Solar-power lighting units given to health responders
Starlink units deployed to enhance connectivity in temporary camps & shelters
Hygiene kits blankets, beds & heaters given to displaced persons
Smart classes for Ukrainian students to gain access to computing and technological education (45-50 students per class)
On February 24th, the world watched in horror as Russia began its assault on Ukraine. In the month since then, SmartAID teams have responded rapidly to assist women and children crossing the borders, families staying behind, and local first responders attending to their communities. We have done this by partnering with aid agencies operating in Ukraine and its neighbors. SmartAID works responsibly and effectively to harness the power of innovation and technology to save lives.
Alethea and Shachar both spend time in Ukraine making sure all the projects are working. Below they provided:
2,500 thermal blankets provided to 7 old age homes of elderly Ukrainians who were brought from the east.
Babies bottle warmers x 500 Units provided to kids in hostels
Since March 2023 over 45 hospitals received Baby incubators and Solar Generators
18 shipping containers with: medical items, blankets, utensils, sleeping bags
Power banks to charge phones provided to 75 Ukrainian charities operating in eastern Ukraine
Young mentally disabled hospital provided with laptops for the health workers, AND installed wifi / connectivity across the hospital to allow access to internet.
Renovated the kitchen in the home for mentally disabled to feed hundreds of people a day
Locations of active operations
Lviv; Vinnitsa-Uman; Dnipro; Ivano-Frankivsk; Kyiv; Rivne; Berdychiv; Kharkiv (if lines are open); Mobile Health Units Throughout the Country