Ukraine’s leading steelmaker Metinvest's humanitarian initiative "Saving Lives" has introduced a large-scale program for prosthetics and rehabilitation of military and civilians in Ukraine. Metinvest said “Since the beginning of full-scale Russian aggression, the need for prosthetics for Ukrainian military and civilians due to hostilities has increased significantly. As the war in Ukraine progresses, the number of people who have lost limbs will continue to increase. Often, those who need prostheses do not know where to start and where to turn for help. In addition, not everyone can independently pay for prosthetics, the cost of which starts from several tens of thousands of euros. That is why "Saving Lives" decided to help the victims return to a full life.”The first area of the initiative's work will be prosthetics and rehabilitation of Metinvest employees defending the country in the Armed Forces of Ukraine. About 7 thousand employees of the company joined the ranks of the Armed Forces of Ukraine. "Saving Lives" together with the Project to support prosthetics in Ukraine and their partners ProsthetiKa and Razom for Ukraine will take care of organizational and documentary issues related to the prosthetics of victims. The first nine people are already receiving help and waiting for their dentures. The program includes preparation for prosthetics, installation of prostheses and further observation in Ukrainian clinics, as well as physical and psychological rehabilitation. At the first stage, the program will cover 16 employees of the company and their family members who are in Ukraine and abroad.In the near future, the program is planned to be expanded to attract war veterans and civilians in the regions where Metinvest operates.