Categories: NewsPublished On: 25.03.2024

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On March 18-20, the team of Reconstruction and Winterization Project implemented by ADRA Ukraine with the support of ADRA Network in Kherson, Zaporizhzhia and Donetsk Region took part in the Shelter Cluster and the Non-Food Assistance Cluster in Donetsk Region. The project team met with representatives of local authorities, presented activities on housing reconstruction and targeted delivery of fuel briquettes in two communities in Donetsk Region, and together with the mission officer visited several villages, whose residents received assistance from ADRA Ukraine.
The Monitoring Mission was represented by Renee Wynveen, leader of the Shelter and Non-Food Assistance Cluster’s Eastern office, Yulia Tralo, Junior Advisor, Maksym Davydych, Shelter and Non-Food Assistance Specialist, as well as representatives of NGOs and international organizations: ADRA, AoS, PIN, Project Hope.

The Monitoring Mission organized and held meetings with the head of the Kramatorsk District State Administration, the Head of the District Military Administration, the leaders of Sviatohirsk and Sloviansk communities, the leader of Pokrovsk community and representatives of the Pokrovsk community. The main topics of discussion were emergency response to humanitarian issues, efficient communications and empowering communities to meet their needs, as well as planning and coordination of activities for the current year.

After the meeting with the authorities, the Monitoring Mission visited the areas of responsibility of non-governmental and international organizations. ADRA Ukraine’s team presented the activities on housing reconstruction and targeted delivery of fuel briquettes in Sviatohirsk and Pokrovsk communities of Donetsk Region. Together with representatives of the Mission, the team visited the villages of Sydorove, Maiiaki, Pryshyb of Sviatohirsk community, Hryshynske, Pershotravneve and Shevchenkivske villages in Pokrovske community. In these settlements, they team met with local residents who received construction assistance and targeted delivery of fuel briquettes, discussed the relevance and quality of the assistance provided, as well as the wishes and needs of the beneficiaries for the current year.

ADRA Ukraine’s team also shared their experience in organizing targeted delivery of fuel briquettes, as this activity was of great interest to colleagues and partners.

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