Emergency Humanitarian Response

An ongoing campaign to provide ad-hoc humanitarian aid to the frontline towns and villages. Thousands of people do not leave their homes and continue to live in cities and villages in the so-called “red zone”, areas of direct proximity to the active battlefields. The purpose of this campaign is to provide them with the necessary aid to survive.

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Program description

The war continues, and most of the ordinary people of Ukraine suffer because of it. Hundreds of thousands of Ukrainians are not evacuated and continue to live in particularly dangerous areas, frontline towns and villages. They are forced to stay to take care of elderly parents who cannot leave the city, or they don’t have anywhere else to go, or they simply don’t want to be evacuated, because this place is their home.

Cities and villages in the red zone suffer much more than other areas of Ukraine, as they are attacked by missiles on a daily basis from the enemy’s side. Every day the news feed is filled with information about another shelling of the Kharkiv region, Zaporizhzhia, Dnipro, Kramatorsk… the list is extremely long. The consequences are terrible: people lose their lives and homes and suffer from shrapnel wounds.

That is exactly why we have been supporting our implementing partner Dobra Fabryka Ukraina with the Emergency Humanitarian Response campaign to provide prompt humanitarian assistance to people from frontline cities, who are affected by the attacks. We strive to create and support the possibility of the most rapid response to any regular terrorist attack by the Russian Federation on the territory of Ukrainian cities and villages. As part of the campaign, we provide assistance in places where it is needed most at the moment! We immediately deliver essential items such as food, water, hygiene kits, clothing, sleeping bags, and other necessary non-food items to areas that have been severely impacted.


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Terrorist attacks occur daily: Pavlohrad, Uman, Kherson, Mykolaiv - all this is only for April-May 2023.

In addition to basic needs such as food and water, non-food items such as sleeping bags, portable stoves, generators, torches, windows, doors and much more are constantly required in places affected by explosions and bombings. And within the framework of this campaign, we will be covering immediate all these needs, depending on the situation and the needs of the victims. Also, people need financial, legal and psychological assistance, which we are also covering as part of the Emergency Humanitarian Response campaign.

It is worth noting that immediate assistance to places in the red zone saves lives! However, this program constantly requires funds and investments for its implementation. That is why we invite you to join the Emergency Humanitarian Response campaign and help those who need it most.

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