How do we ensure that the help and resources society offers ends up where it has the greatest possible effect?
With backgrounds within the defence, the police, emergency services and Danish business, we at DSGU have gathered all the right skills to answer that question.
We are a newly started humanitarian organisation consisting of volunteers who solve a wide range of tasks.
When the war broke out, we sent two of our people to the Polish-Ukrainian border to set up a forward office. The aim was to create a network among
the authorities and the population in the immediate area and in Ukraine. In this way, we are continuously informed about specific and concrete needs, which we help to fulfill.
We are both a coordinating and executing link in the efforts, and we make sure that the aid does not end up at the border, but lands in the right places with the right people in Ukraine.
So far, among other things, we have solved tasks of getting several pallets of donated children's clothes sent from Denmark to Ukraine, we have provided food for an animal shelter south of Kiev, we have provided first aid and safety equipment for people at the front, and we have trained Ukrainians in first aid at home in Denmark.