MWCC has become the first international and civil entity to assist Ukrainian canine pairs specialized in detecting mines with medical and veterinary equipment.
The Secretary General of the UN, António Guterres, on April 4, 2022 indicated: “Mines, explosive remnants of war and improvised explosive devices continue to kill or injure thousands of people every year, many of whom are children”.
MWCC has sent more than 300 tons of medical material and now we have organized a medical and veterinary support operation to the K9 UNITS of Ukraine that are dedicated to extracting the mines. An action aimed at fulfilling SDG16 as well as the mandate of the United Nations.
More help for Ukraine
MWCC in collaboration with the Madrid City Council is working on the District 22 Kiev project to support the reconstruction of the country and, in particular, of its capital.
The District 22 Kiev project aims to act on three levels: immediate humanitarian aid in the face of the conflict emergency, care, accommodation and integration of refugees and future aid in the reconstruction of the city and its main infrastructures.