Solve.Care Calls Upon the Blockchain & Crypto Community to Provide Aid to Families Displaced by War
Decentralized heathcare platform Solve.Care has established Care Shelter to directly support those in need in Ukraine.
Solve.Care, the global healthcare platform company with a presence in Ukraine, today called on the blockchain and crypto community to help fund an initiative that is providing temporary safe shelter for families displaced by the war.
Solve.Care’s main office in Ukraine is situated in central Kyiv and when the Solve.Care Team in Western Ukraine saw the issues being faced by displaced people having nowhere to stay they mobilized, and working together with local authorities and other volunteers, converted gyms, schools, churches, and government buildings into shelters.
Two gyms have already been secured and converted into a 109-bed shelter providing necessities such as a safe sleeping space, food, blankets, beds, and personal hygiene products.
The Solve.Care Team has also set up a supply chain to bring in additional supplies from Poland, Romania, and Hungary.
However, the need is growing every day with the number of displaced people by war fast approaching two million. Solve.Care CEO, Pradeep Goel said, “I call upon the blockchain and crypto community to pitch in to help the multitudes who are displaced by this insane war. We are here directly on the ground, giving direct and immediate help to those who need it.
“We are not an NGO or a government organization. We are an IT company with the resourcefulness and organizational skills to implement this quickly and effectively. Every cent that is donated to this cause will be spent on housing and feeding families. There are no middlemen, no administrative costs, or overhead.”
The Government Blockchain Association (GBA), which has over 6,000 registered individual and organizational members in 120 cities around the world, has also come out in support of this initiative.
Video on Care Shelter can be found here.