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Australian’s Serving Amidst Conflict In Ukraine

AN INCREDIBLE JOURNEY FROM PANDEMIC, NATURAL DISASTER TO HUMANITARIAN RELIEF IN EASTERN EUROPE

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This Easter Monday April 18th at 7pm, Channel 9’s A Current Affair (ACA) will air a full-length feature on our deployed Australians who have enlisted to run towards. The feature will be uploaded here once it has aired, for the meantime please take a moment to see our last ACA feature covering our Australian DART members serving the people of Cremona, Italy during the height of the Covid Pandemic in 2019.

Since the conflict began in late February 2022, there are 170 Samaritan’s Purse Disaster Assistance Response Team (DART) members from all around the world assisting the people of displaced people of Ukraine, to date, there has been six Australian members from all walks of life who have answered the call for help in Ukraine and the surrounding regions.

DART deployments typically run for 4-weeks, and consist of rotating 12-hour shifts with varying duties from medical hospitals and clinics as well as food and essentials distribution.

At a glance, there is a 58-bed emergency field hospital set up in Lviv in western Ukraine, and now 5 medical outposts, strategically placed around key transport hubs to assist with the millions of displaced people fleeing into Poland, Moldova and Romania.

Food and essentials are also being distributed through Samaritan’s Purse’s large church network in Ukraine to those who have no choice but to remain in their country.

Please continue to pray for peace, and also for the safety of the 170 staff serving in Jesus’ Name to help the humanitarian crisis in the midst of the conflict in Ukraine.

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