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The PII Foundation is a US-based non-profit organisation established to fund and resource humanitarian initiatives delivering Virtual Care for the Most Vulnerable anywhere, anytime.

We are focused on improving patient care for people who are unable to access the level of primary health care that so many of us take for granted.

Our partner programs have already helped thousands of people, including those traumatised by natural disasters, indigenous people living in remote locations, the disabled whose access to treatment has been affected during the pandemic, and those undertaking Covid testing or in isolation themselves.

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Providing Virtual Care for the most Vulnerable 

Our partner programs use cutting-edge telehealth technology designed specifically for international Disaster Relief and Health Equity projects.

From Australian wildfires, the global coronavirus pandemic and now the situation in Ukraine, we provide a secure and private platform for patients and doctors to access that they can trust. Using low-bandwidth, high-definition, "point-to-point" technology to ensure secure access to medical professionals around the world.

Supporting rapid deployment of virtual care programs anywhere, anytime.

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OUR CURRENT INITIATIVE

Ukrainian CrisisCare Telehealth Service

17,211

10 min consultations

Our consultations range from 10 min to over an hour, depending on the need. With psychologists available for those that need mental health support.

11,175

Patients

Our service provides any Ukrainian around the world access to a medical professional. 

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Certified Medical Professionals

Led by our Chief Medical Officer Dr Vadim Illyashenko family practitioners  psychologists, specialists and even a vet available, work together to provide a comprehensive continuum of care service from primary healthcare issues across the full-spectrum of medical services.

$10

A consultation

All consultations are provided FREE of charge by our incredible team of certified Ukrainian doctors and clinical care team. We pay our doctors (most of whom are displaced mothers themselves) $10 per session.

Our 2024 goal is to raise $100,000 USD to help 10,000 Ukrainian displaced families 

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We need to raise $100,000 USD in 2024 to provide 10,000 Ukrainian families (4,000 children) in Ukraine including occupied territory, across Europe and around the world with FREE medical advice comfort and care.

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We could not do this without the support of our partners

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"By supporting the needs of humanity, we will find peace."

RobHicken

Robert Hicken

President and CEO

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