Schedule

Kyiv
Lviv
September 9
START TIMELOCATIONSPEAKERSTOPICS / DESCRIPTION
10:00 AMLVIVOrest Chemerys, Director of the Healthcare Department of Lviv Oblast Military Administration

Natalia Ivanchenko, Head of the Lviv Oblast Disease Control and Prevention Center of the Ministry of Health of Ukraine, Epidemiology and Vaccinal Prevention Expert of the Healthcare Department of Lviv Oblast Military Administration

(in person)
Topics of focus:
– Coronavirus disease incidence rate in Lviv Oblast
– Plans for vaccinating the population of Lviv Oblast
– When and where will the second COVID-19 vaccine booster dose be available in Lviv Oblast
10:30 AMLVIVOleh Paska, Director of the Education and Science Department of Lviv Oblast Military Administration

Orest Chemerys, Director of the Healthcare Department of Lviv Oblast Military Administration

Natalia Ivanchenko, Head of the Lviv Oblast Disease Control and Prevention Center of the Ministry of Health of Ukraine, Epidemiology and Vaccinal Prevention Expert of the Healthcare Department of Lviv Oblast Military Administration

(in person)
Briefing topic: presentation of the School Student’s Sight project

Why this is interesting:
Zir shkoliara (School Student’s Sight) project starts in Lviv.
Physicians and teachers start the School Student’s Sight project to prevent the school students’ sight deterioration during the teaching process.
In many schools in Lviv Oblast, specialists will check the visual acuity of their students and test the illumination intensity in classes. Then, based on test results, they will recommend how to seat students in a class, depending on their visual acuity and height.

Project participants:
– Healthcare Department of Lviv Oblast Military Administration
– Education and Science Department of Lviv Oblast Military Administration
– State Institution “Lviv Oblast Disease Control and Prevention Center of the Ministry of Health of Ukraine”
11:00 AMLVIVRoman Tsudnyi, CEO of Molodvizh event

Maryan Pusak, Program Director of the event
Why this is interesting:
Molodvizh is an annual national youth forum that has been taking place in Lviv every September since 2018. This year, it will last 12 hours and take place on September 10.

This time, the event’s slogan is 4.5.0 or “Everything is OK in the military code. The event’s program is based on 3 pillars: Peace, Salvo, and Nation. The topics to be discussed include the self-conscious young people who will move the country further, the basic notions of being Ukrainian, mental health, and everyone’s role in the war.

Speakers of Molodvizh 4.5.0 include Melaniya Podolyak, Max Shcherbyna, Yaroslav Hrytsak, Vitaly Portnikov, Taras Chmut, Yulian Chaplinsky, Ostap Ukrainets, Ivan Semesyuk, and many others.
START TIMELOCATIONSPEAKERSTOPICS / DESCRIPTION
10:30 AMKYIVIvan Fedorov, Mayor of Melitopol (in person)
Topics of focus: Activities of the guerrilla movement in the occupied city; the current military and humanitarian situation in Melitopol; the program of support for Melitopol residents who fled the city
11:30 AMKYIVHalyna Hryhorenko, Deputy Minister of Culture and Information Policy of Ukraine (in person)Topics of focus: grant programs for creative industries; international support for culture and media in Ukraine.
1:30 PMKYIVFahmy Hanna, expert of the WHO Geneva Headquarters, co-chair of the Reference Group on Mental Health and Psychosocial Support (in person)
Topic of focus: Responding to mental health needs of the population during emergencies: Why is this important, and what measures are efficient?