How IFAKs save lives
Individual first aid kits (IFAKs) contain simple medical tools to stop traumatic bleeding and restore the airway. The kits are designed for rapid one-hand deployment in case of traumatic injury.
Ukraine is facing a shortage of IFAKs. We deliver them straight to the frontlines. No aid depots, no middlemen, no BS.
The life-saving components of an IFAK
A tourniquet is a medical device used to stop severe bleeding from an injured limb. It is a nylon and velcro strap that is wrapped tightly around the limb, above the site of the bleeding, to compress the underlying blood vessels and prevent the flow of blood. Purchased in Ukraine.
An Emergency Bandage, also known as an Israeli Bandage, is used to treat traumatic wounds and control bleeding. It is a versatile, all-in-one compression dressing that can be quickly and easily applied to a wide range of injuries. Purchased in Ukraine.
Combat Gauze is a type of hemostatic dressing that is used to control severe bleeding from traumatic injuries. It is a specialized type of gauze that is impregnated with a substance called Kaolin, which is a natural mineral that helps to promote blood clotting. Purchased in Ukraine.
Stories from the frontlines:
Every unit out of that 1,000 IFAKs can help save someones life!
— Yulia, Combat Medic
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Head of Mission
Our mission: Give every Ukrainian the means to survive.
The men and women fighting in Ukraine are not professional soldiers. They are civilians who have been thrust into this war of national survival.
As veterans, we’ve seen the horrors of war and know how to deliver aid directly to the front. No middlemen, no BS. Your humanitarian aid to Ukraine means their survival.