Provision of free social transportation in Donetsk region continues – a new route has been opened

Charitable organization ADRA Ukraine has opened a new social route for residents of Lymansk community of Donetsk region. The first trip on the new route took place on January 18. Local residents can use minibuses of the organization to reach medical, banking, social and administrative institutions in the conditions of the destroyed infrastructure of the region. First of


ADRA Ukraine has donated generators for the needs of shelters for internally displaced persons

Together with ADRA Slovakia, the charitable organization has provided generators to seven accommodation centers for people who lost their homes as a result of hostilities. Generators have already been delivered to six such centers in Kyiv, Cherkasy, Vinnytsia, Lviv and Zakarpattia regions, and one more will be delivered to the shelter in Dnipropetrovsk region in a few days.



Residents of Kyiv region have received certificates for the restoration of houses damaged as a result of hostilities

Within the framework of ADRA Ukraine project, with the support of the Ukraine Humanitarian Fund, the second stage of distribution of certificates for purchase of building materials for the restoration of damaged houses in the territory of Kyiv region has already passed. The event took place in Bucha, Makariv village, Nova Hreblya village and Kopylyv village of Bucha district.


Psychologists of ADRA Ukraine in Dnipro taught how to get rid of fears and negative emotions

Group training for internally displaced persons on the topic “How to remain an unoccupied soul” took place within the framework of LEAP project with the support of the Canadian government. The main goal of the event was to rid participants of fears, anxiety, negative emotions and destructive thoughts.

Psychologists covered the topics of personal choice and self-care and offered participants practical