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Unie ROSKA - Czech MS Society, has been helping patients with multiple sclerosis in the Czech Republic for 30 years. Based on its possibilities, it is ready to help patients with this disease from Ukraine. You can find us at www.roska.eu; firstname.lastname@example.org. You can contact us in English, German or Russian. We can arrange translations from Ukrainian.
Assistance to war refugees from Ukraine:
Unie ROSKA can assist with access to healthcare, employment for people with disabilities and the processing of disability-related benefits.
Information for Ukrainian patients with MS who are in the Czech Republic (as of 17.3.2022)
LIST OF CZECH MS CENTRES
MS Centres in university hospitals
MS Centres in other hospitals (it is not certain when UApoint will be established in these hospitals)
At the moment (26.03.2022), patients with MS can be advised to contact UA points in university hospitals where there is also an MS centre.
Note that there are also university hospitals that do not have an MS centre. They are the following hospitals.
What to do when visiting a doctor - recommendations of the Unie ROSKA
We will be happy to welcome you at the events of the Unie ROSKA. Soon it will be:
Fundraising concert for ROSKA on May 28, 2022 in Prague. We are negotiating for online transmission.
Further international assistance
The Unie ROSKA in cooperation with a partner patient organisation in Ukraine will assist in providing the necessary medicines for MS patients in Ukraine. The assistance in this area has a strict regime for good reasons. Medicines must be transported in controlled conditions, because only in this way the quality of the delivered aid can be guaranteed. For some types of medicines (e.g. opiates) an export permit is also required. The only way to transport medicines to Ukraine is through a proper distribution chain, and in volumes that exceed the difficulty of coordinating the receipt of such a donation in a war zone. Such aid is only possible through official cooperation between countries through a mechanism at European Union level, or through humanitarian organisations that are professionally dedicated to this type of aid and have experience in this area. Always through official distributors.
The ROSKA Union will inform the international umbrella organisations EMSP and MSIF about the situation and the need for assistance. We will personally negotiate with the partner patient organisations from Europe at the EMSP conference in Madrid at the end of April to ensure assistance from all over Europe.
Do you want to help? Do you need help? Here you will find useful links:
Continuously updated guidelines of the Ministry of Health on the provision of health care for citizens of Ukraine: https://www.mzcr.cz/category/ukrajina/
The website http://lekariproukrajinu.cz/ contains a list of general practitioners, paediatricians, gynaecologists and doctors of other specialties who provide free medical care to citizens of Ukraine in need of acute medical treatment.
You can use advice from the publication Assisting People with Disabilities in Disasters, published by the Ministry of the Interior. For more information and to download the publication, click here: https://www.mvcr.cz/clanek/ministerstvo-vnitra-vydalo-prirucku-asistence-lidem-s-disabilitou-pri-katastrofach.aspx
The Home Office's signpost for assistance to Ukraine: www.nasiukrajinci.cz
Websites for linking supply and demand for aid: www.stojimezaukrajinou.cz, www.pomahejukrajine.cz
People in Need: www.clovekvtisni.cz
Charity Czech Republic: www.charita.cz
Czech Red Cross: www.cck-cr.cz
Official database of volunteers of the Ministry of the Interior of the Czech Republic for assistance to Ukrainian citizens: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1LfLz_cjp1kKVTrlxodeEbwChfmhx5FhKg5U6w6nweAo/viewform?edit_requested=true&fbclid=IwAR0kMbq43BTE3iMLioF-YNW4FnhmXiecalEtMGbsXp-c4EhnYD125hmb28o