AICM in 2021
31 employees
165 assisted care centers
2 750 000 direct and indirect beneficiaries, including 16.500 COVID patients in intensive care


Since 2004, AICM has acted as an intermediary between French and Ukrainian healthcare institutions. Highlights:

Signing of an agreement on cooperation in the field of oncology between the French National Cancer Institute and the Ministry of Health of Ukraine, which gave rise to numerous meetings in France and Kyiv to develop a draft plan to combat cancer in Ukraine for 2007-2022, training hundreds of Ukrainian specialists and Ukraine's integration into various institutions, including the European Tumor Bank, Ukrainian delegations were able to gain access to all parties to the greater European mobilization of scientists in the French-initiated community.

In 2007, at the initiative of AICM, the French Cancer Institute and the charity of French President Jacques Chirac, Ukraine, through its President Viktor Yushchenko and all interested chief physicians, joined the modernist countries most interested in overcoming cancer by signing the Paris Charter.

In 2008, AICM signed cooperation agreements with several medical academies to be able to provide special courses to students as well as medical professionals during their refresher courses, which take place every 5 years at the Academy of Postgraduate Education.

In 2009, AICM initiated the signing of a cooperation agreement between several French research centers and two regions of Ukraine in the field of radiation protection in order to exchange French experience in this field, recognized worldwide.