|Federal Ministry of Food and Agriculture||€5,000,000||Ukraine||Supply of veterinary medicines and vaccines to Ukraine through the Rapid Response Plan of the Food and Agriculture Organisation of the United Nations.|
|Federal Ministry of Food and Agriculture||€5,000,000||Germany||Support for animal shelters in Germany (2022) that temporarily care for pets of Ukrainian refugees or take in "unaccompanied" animals from Ukraine.|
|Federal Ministry of Food and Agriculture||€2,700,000||Ukraine||Participation in the establishment of a veterinary and phytosanitary laboratory in the Ukrainian Danube port of Izmail to speed up the clearance of goods, as well as procurement of mobile grain storage units for the whole of Ukraine.|
|Federal Ministry of Food and Agriculture||No data||Ukraine||Coordination office for food aid of the trade and food industry in Ukraine (German Food Bridge).|
|Federal Ministry of Food and Agriculture||No data||Ukraine||Joint initiation of a task force "Food Crisis/UKR War" with the Federal Foreign Office and the Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development.
The goal is to continuously prepare a situation report on the food security situation and to bundle and coordinate activities.
|Federal Ministry of Health||€100,000,000||Ukraine||Donations of medical supplies including ventilators, patient monitors, pulse oximeters, protective masks, protective suits and disinfectants.|
|Federal Ministry of Health||€20,500,000||Ukraine||Provision of €20,500,000 as part of the World Health Organisation's Emergency Appeal for, among other things, the delivery of urgently needed relief supplies and support through emergency medical teams.|
|Federal Ministry of Health||€2,550,000||Ukraine||The Federal Ministry of Health was able to provide 2,550,000 euros for the Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS to support the HIV related measures of the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime in responding to the war in Ukraine and the effects in neighbouring countries Moldova, Serbia, Montenegro.|
|Federal Ministry of Health||€2,300,000||Ukraine||The “Global Health Protection Programme” supports a telemedical project of the Charité and the Robert Koch Institute.
Specialised staff from Charité can use telemedicine robots to make and guide therapy decisions together with Ukrainian specialists.
|Federal Ministry of Health||€800,000||Ukraine||Establishment of hybrid simulation centres for education and training of health workers in Ukraine. These hybrid simulation centres were set up at up to three Ukrainian clinics for education and training in child health.|