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写真 | 2022年 07月 15日 03:54 JST

Last maternity clinic in Ukraine-controlled Donbas a lifeline as war closes in

Pregnant Viktoriya Sokolovska, 16, sits inside Pokrovsk maternity hospital, Donetsk region, eastern Ukraine. She has since given birth to a healthy daughter, Emilia.  REUTERS/Marko Djurica

Pregnant Viktoriya Sokolovska, 16, sits inside Pokrovsk maternity hospital, Donetsk region, eastern Ukraine. Smore

Pregnant Viktoriya Sokolovska, 16, sits inside Pokrovsk maternity hospital, Donetsk region, eastern Ukraine. She has since given birth to a healthy daughter, Emilia.  REUTERS/Marko Djurica
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Sandbags are seen piled in front of a window inside Pokrovsk maternity hospital, Donetsk region, eastern Ukraine. "Sometimes we've had to deliver babies during shelling," said Dr. Ivan Tsyganok, head of the centre. "Labour is a process that cannot be stopped."     
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Sandbags are seen piled in front of a window inside Pokrovsk maternity hospital, Donetsk region, eastern Ukraimore

Sandbags are seen piled in front of a window inside Pokrovsk maternity hospital, Donetsk region, eastern Ukraine. "Sometimes we've had to deliver babies during shelling," said Dr. Ivan Tsyganok, head of the centre. "Labour is a process that cannot be stopped." REUTERS/Marko Djurica
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Elena, 36, checks on her baby Mikhail inside Pokrovsk maternity hospital, Donetsk region, eastern Ukraine. Doctors at the center anecdotally observed that the smoldering conflict, which would kill more than 14,000 people between 2014 and 2022, was having an impact on pregnancies.  REUTERS/Marko Djurica

Elena, 36, checks on her baby Mikhail inside Pokrovsk maternity hospital, Donetsk region, eastern Ukraine. Docmore

Elena, 36, checks on her baby Mikhail inside Pokrovsk maternity hospital, Donetsk region, eastern Ukraine. Doctors at the center anecdotally observed that the smoldering conflict, which would kill more than 14,000 people between 2014 and 2022, was having an impact on pregnancies.  REUTERS/Marko Djurica
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Baby Illiusha rests inside Pokrovsk maternity hospital, Donetsk region, eastern Ukraine. Illiusha was born early, delivered at only 28 weeks. But thanks to an incubator and the care he received at the clinic, he is now doing well. REUTERS/Marko Djurica

Baby Illiusha rests inside Pokrovsk maternity hospital, Donetsk region, eastern Ukraine. Illiusha was born earmore

Baby Illiusha rests inside Pokrovsk maternity hospital, Donetsk region, eastern Ukraine. Illiusha was born early, delivered at only 28 weeks. But thanks to an incubator and the care he received at the clinic, he is now doing well. REUTERS/Marko Djurica
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Katya Buravtsova, 35, holds her son Illiusha inside Pokrovsk maternity hospital, Donetsk region, eastern Ukraine. Buravtsova's second child, Illiusha, was born early, delivered at only 28 weeks. REUTERS/Marko Djurica

Katya Buravtsova, 35, holds her son Illiusha inside Pokrovsk maternity hospital, Donetsk region, eastern Ukraimore

Katya Buravtsova, 35, holds her son Illiusha inside Pokrovsk maternity hospital, Donetsk region, eastern Ukraine. Buravtsova's second child, Illiusha, was born early, delivered at only 28 weeks. REUTERS/Marko Djurica
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People walk in front of Pokrovsk maternity hospital, Donetsk region, eastern Ukraine. The centre, roughly 40 km (25 miles) from the closest front line, gives a glimpse of the suffering the war is inflicting on pregnant women - their anxiety over where they can give birth, fears of whether the hospital will come under attack, and what doctors have observed to be an increased rate of early labour.  REUTERS/Marko Djurica

People walk in front of Pokrovsk maternity hospital, Donetsk region, eastern Ukraine. The centre, roughly 40 kmore

People walk in front of Pokrovsk maternity hospital, Donetsk region, eastern Ukraine. The centre, roughly 40 km (25 miles) from the closest front line, gives a glimpse of the suffering the war is inflicting on pregnant women - their anxiety over where they can give birth, fears of whether the hospital will come under attack, and what doctors have observed to be an increased rate of early labour.  REUTERS/Marko Djurica
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Marina Tupata, 26, stands next to her six-day-old baby Sofia, inside Pokrovsk maternity hospital, Donetsk region, eastern Ukraine. Rooms used for births at the Perinatal Centre in the city of Pokrovsk follow the two-wall rule, which says the safest parts of a building are separated from the outside by at least two walls.  REUTERS/Marko Djurica

Marina Tupata, 26, stands next to her six-day-old baby Sofia, inside Pokrovsk maternity hospital, Donetsk regimore

Marina Tupata, 26, stands next to her six-day-old baby Sofia, inside Pokrovsk maternity hospital, Donetsk region, eastern Ukraine. Rooms used for births at the Perinatal Centre in the city of Pokrovsk follow the two-wall rule, which says the safest parts of a building are separated from the outside by at least two walls.  REUTERS/Marko Djurica
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Katia Morozova, 29, holds her daughter Evgenia inside Pokrovsk maternity hospital, Donetsk region, eastern Ukraine. The centre, roughly 40 km (25 miles) from the closest front line, gives a glimpse of the suffering the war is inflicting on pregnant women.  REUTERS/Marko Djurica

Katia Morozova, 29, holds her daughter Evgenia inside Pokrovsk maternity hospital, Donetsk region, eastern Ukrmore

Katia Morozova, 29, holds her daughter Evgenia inside Pokrovsk maternity hospital, Donetsk region, eastern Ukraine. The centre, roughly 40 km (25 miles) from the closest front line, gives a glimpse of the suffering the war is inflicting on pregnant women.  REUTERS/Marko Djurica
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Doctor Ivan Tsyganok, 56, is pictured inside Pokrovsk maternity hospital, Donetsk region, eastern Ukraine. Tsyganok fears the stress of living under Russian attack has led to a spike in premature births, a fear borne out in initial data from the centre, shared with Reuters, and observed elsewhere in conflict zones.  REUTERS/Marko Djurica

Doctor Ivan Tsyganok, 56, is pictured inside Pokrovsk maternity hospital, Donetsk region, eastern Ukraine. Tsymore

Doctor Ivan Tsyganok, 56, is pictured inside Pokrovsk maternity hospital, Donetsk region, eastern Ukraine. Tsyganok fears the stress of living under Russian attack has led to a spike in premature births, a fear borne out in initial data from the centre, shared with Reuters, and observed elsewhere in conflict zones.  REUTERS/Marko Djurica
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Drawings hang on the wall inside Pokrovsk maternity hospital, Donetsk region, eastern Ukraine. The centre, roughly 40 km (25 miles) from the closest front line, gives a glimpse of the suffering the war is inflicting on pregnant women.  REUTERS/Marko Djurica

Drawings hang on the wall inside Pokrovsk maternity hospital, Donetsk region, eastern Ukraine. The centre, roumore

Drawings hang on the wall inside Pokrovsk maternity hospital, Donetsk region, eastern Ukraine. The centre, roughly 40 km (25 miles) from the closest front line, gives a glimpse of the suffering the war is inflicting on pregnant women.  REUTERS/Marko Djurica
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Marina Tupata, 26, stands next to her six-day-old baby Sofia, inside Pokrovsk maternity hospital, Donetsk region, eastern Ukraine. "I had no chance to enjoy the pregnancy," Tupata said. "As much as I would have liked to walk around and enjoy it, we tried to be at home all the time, not to go anywhere." REUTERS/Marko Djurica

Marina Tupata, 26, stands next to her six-day-old baby Sofia, inside Pokrovsk maternity hospital, Donetsk regimore

Marina Tupata, 26, stands next to her six-day-old baby Sofia, inside Pokrovsk maternity hospital, Donetsk region, eastern Ukraine. "I had no chance to enjoy the pregnancy," Tupata said. "As much as I would have liked to walk around and enjoy it, we tried to be at home all the time, not to go anywhere." REUTERS/Marko Djurica
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Elena Derdel, 33, checks on her daughter Vanhelia inside Pokrovsk maternity hospital, Donetsk region, eastern Ukraine. In 2021, about 12 percent of just over 1,000 babies born at the centre were born before 37 weeks of pregnancy, according to data Tsyganok shared with Reuters. Since the February 24 invasion, 19 of the 115 babies born at the hospital were premature, a rate of about 16.5 percent.  REUTERS/Marko Djurica

Elena Derdel, 33, checks on her daughter Vanhelia inside Pokrovsk maternity hospital, Donetsk region, eastern more

Elena Derdel, 33, checks on her daughter Vanhelia inside Pokrovsk maternity hospital, Donetsk region, eastern Ukraine. In 2021, about 12 percent of just over 1,000 babies born at the centre were born before 37 weeks of pregnancy, according to data Tsyganok shared with Reuters. Since the February 24 invasion, 19 of the 115 babies born at the hospital were premature, a rate of about 16.5 percent.  REUTERS/Marko Djurica
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Visitors sit inside Pokrovsk maternity hospital, Donetsk region, eastern Ukraine. Doctors at the centre anecdotally observed that the smouldering conflict, which would kill more than 14,000 people between 2014 and 2022, was having an impact on pregnancies.  REUTERS/Marko Djurica

Visitors sit inside Pokrovsk maternity hospital, Donetsk region, eastern Ukraine. Doctors at the centre anecdomore

Visitors sit inside Pokrovsk maternity hospital, Donetsk region, eastern Ukraine. Doctors at the centre anecdotally observed that the smouldering conflict, which would kill more than 14,000 people between 2014 and 2022, was having an impact on pregnancies.  REUTERS/Marko Djurica
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Marina Tupata, 26, watches as her six-day-old baby Sofia is examined inside Pokrovsk maternity hospital, Donetsk region, eastern Ukraine. The Pokrovsk facility now serves the remaining population of the Ukraine-controlled Donetsk region, about 340,000 people, according to the regional governor. REUTERS/Marko Djurica

Marina Tupata, 26, watches as her six-day-old baby Sofia is examined inside Pokrovsk maternity hospital, Donetmore

Marina Tupata, 26, watches as her six-day-old baby Sofia is examined inside Pokrovsk maternity hospital, Donetsk region, eastern Ukraine. The Pokrovsk facility now serves the remaining population of the Ukraine-controlled Donetsk region, about 340,000 people, according to the regional governor. REUTERS/Marko Djurica
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Pregnant Elizaveta Leontieva, 26, rests inside Pokrovsk maternity hospital, Donetsk region, eastern Ukraine. The Pokrovsk facility now serves the remaining population of the Ukraine-controlled Donetsk region, about 340,000 people, according to the regional governor. REUTERS/Marko Djurica

Pregnant Elizaveta Leontieva, 26, rests inside Pokrovsk maternity hospital, Donetsk region, eastern Ukraine. Tmore

Pregnant Elizaveta Leontieva, 26, rests inside Pokrovsk maternity hospital, Donetsk region, eastern Ukraine. The Pokrovsk facility now serves the remaining population of the Ukraine-controlled Donetsk region, about 340,000 people, according to the regional governor. REUTERS/Marko Djurica
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A nurse watches baby Illiusha inside Pokrovsk maternity hospital, Donetsk region, eastern Ukraine. Illiusha was born early, delivered at only 28 weeks but thanks to an incubator and the care he received at the clinic, he is now doing well.  REUTERS/Marko Djurica

A nurse watches baby Illiusha inside Pokrovsk maternity hospital, Donetsk region, eastern Ukraine. Illiusha wamore

A nurse watches baby Illiusha inside Pokrovsk maternity hospital, Donetsk region, eastern Ukraine. Illiusha was born early, delivered at only 28 weeks but thanks to an incubator and the care he received at the clinic, he is now doing well.  REUTERS/Marko Djurica
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A nurse stands inside Pokrovsk maternity hospital, Donetsk region, eastern Ukraine. Doctors at the centre anecdotally observed that the smouldering conflict, which would kill more than 14,000 people between 2014 and 2022, was having an impact on pregnancies.  REUTERS/Marko Djurica

A nurse stands inside Pokrovsk maternity hospital, Donetsk region, eastern Ukraine. Doctors at the centre anecmore

A nurse stands inside Pokrovsk maternity hospital, Donetsk region, eastern Ukraine. Doctors at the centre anecdotally observed that the smouldering conflict, which would kill more than 14,000 people between 2014 and 2022, was having an impact on pregnancies.  REUTERS/Marko Djurica
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Iryna Salamatina, 36, kisses her son Anton inside Pokrovsk maternity hospital, Donetsk region, eastern Ukraine. Doctors at the centre anecdotally observed that the smouldering conflict, which would kill more than 14,000 people between 2014 and 2022, was having an impact on pregnancies.  REUTERS/Marko Djurica

Iryna Salamatina, 36, kisses her son Anton inside Pokrovsk maternity hospital, Donetsk region, eastern Ukrainemore

Iryna Salamatina, 36, kisses her son Anton inside Pokrovsk maternity hospital, Donetsk region, eastern Ukraine. Doctors at the centre anecdotally observed that the smouldering conflict, which would kill more than 14,000 people between 2014 and 2022, was having an impact on pregnancies.  REUTERS/Marko Djurica
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