More than 20 people have joined the team on a permanent basis
Some are driving to buy cereals and preserves, some are delivering medicines and some are standing in queues. Priests have been given a vehicle pass for travelling between the nearest villages and they are responsible for the most critical tasks such as delivering patients for haemodialysis, humanitarian aid deliveries. Pharmacists help make lists and doctors advise the residents. There is a lot of work. Sometimes we manage to organise logistics from other cities and populated areas.
Closer to the 10th day since the start of the occupation - a veritable humanitarian disaster unfolded in the town: panicked people bought up most of the vital medicines, and the promised corridors have not worked (so far).
In this regard, we have started to work with the town's authorities which were before the occupation. We exchange available medicines and deliver humanitarian aid when we can.
Every day presents new challenges, but under occupation we are used to it, and we solve new problems as quick as possible. Unfortunately, we are not able to save everyone, but we are doing everything we can.