Officially 30% of the territory of Ukraine is mined. This is close to the size of the entire state of Florida or 2 times the size of Austria.
Millions of people are endangered daily by doing simple activities like returning from work, playing outside with kids, farming, riding a bike, or fishing.
Together with our hero Vlad Sokolov who is an Emergency Services Officer we are starting a fundraiser for 100 Leatherman EOD multitools for demining groups in newly deoccupied areas. These are substitutes to a full pack of heavy equipment and will allow to reduce time for performing tasks and decrease the number of casualties.
The State Emergency Service of Ukraine is doing a heroic job every day: they are investigating, searching, defusing all the remnants of war, usually reported by civilians who were lucky to be cautious enough to notice something amiss.
Ukraine’s SBU security service identified the soldier as Oleksandr Matsiyevsky and said he was a sniper with the 163rd Battalion of the 119th Separate Tank Brigade of the Chernihiv Region.
Our President Zelensky promised to find the murderers. We believe in him.
We at Dzyga’s Paw were stunned by how brutal, and inhumane Russian forces are.
We for sure condemn the bravery of Ukrainian soldier Oleksandr Matsiyevsky, and we want to convert our emotions into something practical that can help his unit in the memory of the Hero.
We are sure that his bravery will serve as an example and an inspiration for all of us.
Slava Ukraini.— Dimko Zhluktenko 🇺🇦 (@dim0kq) March 6, 2023
russians won’t have enough bullets to shoot each of us.
We are fighting back hard for our nation.
Bullets through our national identity.
They didn’t break Ukraine 100 years ago, they won’t break us today.
Iconic. Thank you brother. pic.twitter.com/WK3q0WW10O
In his memory, we want to buy 10x DJI Mavic 3 Fly More Combo drones, each costing us nearly € 2 250,00, with no VAT correction. This is a reasonable price per piece — EU retailers rate them at 2 799,00 €.
We want to specifically buy the drones and engrave them in his memory as it symbolises that he is still with us, and helps his brothers-in-arms.
Please, help us fundraise for those drones and commemorate Ukrainian hero Oleksandr Matsiyevsky who openly said “Slava Ukraїni”, looking straight into the eyes of his death!
How drones save lives
Drones are used to conduct aerial surveillance of the battlefield, identifying enemy positions and movements, and detecting potential threats before they can cause harm.
Search & rescue
Drones equipped with thermal imaging cameras can quickly locate and identify individuals who are lost, injured, or trapped in dangerous situations.
Medical supply delivery
Drones can be used to deliver medical supplies and equipment to soldiers in remote locations, allowing for faster response times and better medical care.
Explosive ordnance disposal
Drones can be used to remotely locate and disarm explosive devices, reducing the need for human operators to approach and potentially trigger them.
Drones can be used to assess the damage caused by natural disasters or enemy attacks, allowing for more effective disaster relief efforts and military response.
Drones equipped with communication equipment can act as mobile communication relays, providing soldiers with reliable and secure lines of communication in remote or hard-to-reach locations.
At the moment, we are getting in touch with the unit and clarifying all the details on how we can get the drones to them. More details soon!
Thanks for your support and Slava Ukraїni!