Social media have been used as a weapon in the war against Ukraine. Some use them to disinformation others to display the daily lives and struggles of those trapped in a bloody conflict which has lasted almost one month. Both sides agree that reaching as many people is the key to success. ThusAn account with nearly 72 million followers is a significant difference. David Beckham is a good example.. He has given up control of his Instagram account as a UNICEF ambassador for goodwill, which he held since 2005. A doctor from Ukraine tried to emphasize the “incredible” work of his patients. The professionals are there to help the victims of the Russian invasion.
Sunday was a free day for the ex-soccer player.Dr. Irina,Director of Kharkiv’s Perinatal Center Her 71.6 million followers will see the working conditions in which she is and her coworkers are currently. The utility, who only goes by her first initial, posted photos of facilities in Ukraine’s second-largest cities and explained how war has affected her work.
The doctor explains that she now works every day of the week without respite, adding that although her team “are probably risking their lives”, they absolutely love their work. “On the first day of the war, all pregnant women and mothers were evacuated to the basement. It was three terrible hours that we spent together, ”she details. “Unfortunately, We cannot take babies who are in intensive care down to the basement. because they depend on life-saving equipment,” he wrote alongside photographs of newborns in the intensive care unit hooked up to oxygen generators.
A doctor shows another video of a mother who has just had her baby with her son as a way to get into the heart of war.Mykhailo, who was born suffering from respiratory problems. “The first days were the most difficult. It was difficult to learn how to deal with strikes and bombings. My workday now includes 24/7 availability, so I’m there all dayKeep going. “Now, I am not only the head of the center, but I continue to work as a pediatric anesthesiologist. I unload cargo, work in logistics, and offer emotional support,” he adds.
Beckham, the father of four children and UNICEF ambassador, is responsible for coordinating UNICEF’s activities.A public appeal has been launched to assist those in needIn the war-torn nation. “Thanks to his donations, the oxygen generators they have received are helping newborns survive in terrible conditions,” she said through his social media. “Continue to support these incredible people and charities, such as UNICEF.Any way they can. Together we can make a difference,” he added.
Beckham donated $1,000,000 Victoria and him, he came up with the money. Many Hollywood stars have donated to the Ukrainians. Leonardo DiCaprio, who donated 10 million dollars to help his grandmother from Odessa, has been followed by Ashton Kutcher (and the Ukrainian Mila Kunis).