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Harry Styles, Ed Sheeran Raise Funds For WHO “Human Kind” e-store


British music artists Harry Styles and Ed Sheeran, US basketball superstar Shaquille O’Neal, and other celebrities will contribute personal items to a Saturday campaign to promote healthcare in Ukraine.

The “Human Kind” e-store, where fans may attempt to win products given by their favorite celebrities, was founded by the WHO Foundation.

This independent organization seeks to generate cash to assist the UN health agency’s work addressing global health issues seven months into Russia’s conflict.

The charity hoped to collect $53.7 million and added that the money would assist WHO operations in war-torn Ukraine and surrounding nations.

Shaquille O’Neal, Ukrainian player Vitaliy Mykolenko, and other sports greats have provided autographed shirts and jerseys, and Harry Styles has donated a signed vinyl.

A boxing glove has been provided by Wladimir Klitschko, a former heavyweight boxing champion and the mayor of Kyiv.

Ellie Goulding, a British musician, and Shepard Fairey, an American artist, are also include in the impressive lineup.

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Images from Ukraine, especially those of women giving birth in basements, were “profoundly distressing,” according to British music artist Annie Lennox, who contributed a pair of famous sunglasses.

She insist that “healthcare is a human right that everyone need access to” in the foundation’s statement, urging “everyone to do all they can to help the people of Ukraine through this crisis.”

The prizes are being raffle off on the humankind who foundation website for a price ranging from £5 to £10 ($5.40 to $10.90), with the winners choose on October 31.

Anil Soni, the head of the organization, said in the statement that “seven months into this awful conflict, people are even more in need of urgent medical treatment throughout the nation.”

“We must take care of the impacted people’s short-term and long-term health requirements.”

The WHO has confirmed 550 assaults on Ukraine’s healthcare system since Moscow invaded its western neighbor on February 24.

According to the WHO, the conflict has resulted in over 5,900 civilian deaths, over 8,600 injuries, and over 12 million Ukrainian refugees living in Europe.

Over a third of Ukraine’s population, or 17.7 million people, need humanitarian aid.

According to the WHO, it has so far assist in delivering 1,300 metric tonnes of medical supplies to Ukraine, including oxygen, surgical equipment, ambulances, blood transfusion kits, and essential medications.


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