Civilian Populations Caught in Conflict Will Benefit from Installations
October 26, 2022 /3BL Media/ - Planet Water Foundation, a leading non-profit organization focused on providing access to clean, safe water, is responding to the water crisis in Ukraine by deploying emergency drinking water systems for civilian uses in villages with the greatest need across the Odessa, Kharkiv and eastern border regions this month.
Struggling to access safe water, people have resorted to desperate measures, often filling buckets, gas cans, and plastic bags with unsafe water from streams and waterways. The conflict in Ukraine has left more than 6 million people in the country without reliable water sources for their families.
SANTA BARBARA, Calif., August 23, 2022 /3BL Media/ - Since Russia’s war on Ukraine began six months ago this week, Direct Relief has secured and delivered more than 890 tons of medicine and medical supplies (2,487 pallets) to help the people of Ukraine. Direct Relief has brought this aid to Ukraine through partnerships with Ukraine’s Ministry of Health and many of the world’s leading healthcare companies to address the short-term lack of medical product access given supply interruptions caused by the conflict.
The donated insulin is the latest action in Direct Relief’s extensive aid for Ukrainians with diabetes since Russia invaded Ukraine on February 24.
August 16, 2022 /3BL Media/ - Responding to a call for assistance from Ukraine’s Ministry of Health, Direct Relief has secured and delivered to Ukraine enough long-acting insulin to meet the country’s estimated need for seven-plus weeks.
The insulin, manufactured and provided to Direct Relief by the drug maker Eli Lilly and Company, was delivered to Ukraine over the past two weeks and will be allocated by Ukraine’s Ministry of Health to hospitals, clinics, and programs treating people with diabetes around the country.
By Margarita Lysenkova, Manager – Sector Program, Global Reporting Initiative (GRI)
Ores mined in war zones have long been subject to heightened attention when it comes to sustainability and reputational risks. Yet in 2022, it is the production and sourcing of ‘soft’ commodities, like wheat, that are increasingly under scrutiny.
24-Hour Web-a-thon Event Explores the Future of the Sustainability Agenda and Raises Funds to Help Rebuild Civil Society in Ukraine
June 30, 2022 /3BL Media/ - On 21st June, the global sustainability community came together to explore the future of sustainability, and the need for more collaborative, inclusive efforts to advance sustainable development. The event was a 24-hour continuous, online webinar, with 24 different panels and topics featuring over 90 speakers from around the world, who explored the current state of sustainability and began to outline a revived roadmap to help us navigate towards a better future.
Within hours of the Russian invasion, HP employees leapt into action to transport, house, and provide food and relief supplies to refugees fleeing the war.
When Russia invaded Ukraine on February 24, neighboring countries soon found themselves with a humanitarian crisis. Thousands of refugees — mostly women, children, and the elderly — were arriving daily, many with nothing more to survive the frigid winter days than a small bag of belongings.
Please join a global 24-hour web-a-thon on the future of sustainability and fundraiser for civil society in Ukraine – June 21
June 15, 2022 /3BL Media/ - The war in Ukraine comes on top of a deluge of unprecedented global events that threaten to turn back progress on the United Nations (UN) Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and undermine the well-being of people and the environment around the world.