The stories of people that ADRA Ukraine team hears every day
Residents of Dnipropetrovsk region have received construction materials from ADRA Ukraine
Representatives of the UN WFP, within the framework of the partnership, held a training session on humanitarian standards and PSEA policy for ADRA Ukraine in Mykolaiv
ADRA Ukraine provides assistance to victims of a rocket attack in Zaporizhzhia
Another rocket attack on residential buildings in Zaporizhzhia, another tragedy that ruined the lives of dozens of people.
ADRA Ukraine expresses its condolences to all victims and provides comprehensive assistance to those who live at the address where the tragedy occurred on March 22.
In order to register for food and financial assistance, please, call ADRA Ukraine hotline at
ADRA Ukraine provides assistance to victims of a rocket attack in Rzhyshchev, Kyiv region
We express our sincere condolences to the victims and families of the victims of the rocket attack in Rzhyshchiv, Kyiv region, that took place on the night of March 22.
Unfortunately, the upper floors of two dormitories were destroyed, and search and rescue operations are ongoing.
ADRA Ukraine once again joins the efforts of partners and provides comprehensive assistance to victims and
The project on provision of emergency food assistance to the war-affected population with the support of the UN WFP reaches new heights
Guarantees for internally displaced persons in the field of public employment
Finding a job in a new place is often quite difficult, especially for IDPs. Particular difficulties may arise if a person was previously officially employed, but does not have a connection with the previous employer to terminate the employment relationship. Thus, how do you get fired and get unemployment benefits in that case?
An internally displaced person who has resigned
Methods of self-soothing during air alarms: practical advice from an ADRA Ukraine psychologist
For more than a year, almost every day, residents of Ukraine have heard air alarms that signal a potential threat to life. Even those who are in relative safety regularly experience stress and psychological deterioration.
Yuliia Zalutska, an ADRA Ukraine psychologist, tells what to do if anxiety has caught you on the street and is accompanied by a panic state.
Free social transportation continues being provided in Kherson region
Residents of the settlements of Kherson region which infrastructure was destroyed as a result of hostilities can use transport assistance provided by ADRA Ukraine. Thanks to social transportation, residents of the region get access to administrative, medical or food institutions in neighboring settlements.
EVERY TUESDAY, a free bus runs along the route: Kryvyi Rih – Novovorontsovka – Dudchany – Novovorontsovka –
Psychologists of ADRA Ukraine have conducted a training on methods of self-soothing during air alarms for teenagers in Zhytomyr
A training on the topic “Emotions. What do I feel? Methods of self-soothing during air alarms” was held in Zhytomyr”, where teenagers learned to distinguish and define their own emotions, and how to manage them. Psychologists tested the participants of the event, made adjustments using art therapy methods and simulated possible stressful situations.
Such trainings help teenagers to understand different kinds
The next distribution of certificates for restoration of housing damaged as a result of hostilities took place in Kyiv region
ADRA Ukraine announces tenders for repair work, supply of metal-plastic structures and entrance doors, building materials
Within the framework of projects aimed at helping residents of Ukraine affected by the war, the organization is launching tenders:
– for the selection of suppliers in order to carry out repair works (Dnipropetrovsk, Donetsk, Kharkiv regions);
– for the supply of construction materials, materials for repair of the boiler room and heating system (Donetsk, Kyiv, Kharkiv regions);
– for the selection of
Free evacuation trips from Donetsk region continue
Charitable organization ADRA Ukraine provides free transport assistance for evacuation of the population from the frontline regions to safer areas. It is also possible to evacuate people with reduced mobility, elderly people and people with disabilities by ambulance. Transportation support is provided within the framework of Lifesaving Evacuation, Assistance and Protection project with the support of the Government of Canada.
Installation work is ongoing within the framework of project on drinking water supply with the support of Atlas Copco
ADRA Ukraine continues to provide critical infrastructure with generators
Free legal assistance provided by ADRA Ukraine for internally displaced persons
Professional consultation is provided by a certified lawyer and is aimed at solving legal issues and advising IDPs regarding actual difficulties that people from different regions of Ukraine experience every day.
📍 You can get assistance OFFLINE at the address: Dnipro, Kozakova Str., 2-D (business center “Continent”, room 102).
📍 You can get assistance ONLINE at the following numbers:
+38 050 434
The evacuation of people with reduced mobility continues with the support of the Canadian government: another trip from Dnipro to Uman took place
As part of Lifesaving Evacuation, Assistance and Protection project, ADRA Ukraine continues to provide free transport assistance to people with disabilities and elderly people, transporting them to safer regions of Ukraine. Thus, the organization made another evacuation trip along the route Dnipro — Uman, in which two ambulances were involved.
In addition to transport assistance, the project also covers such areas
Residents of Donetsk region have received fuel briquettes from ADRA Ukraine
With the support of the Ukraine Humanitarian Fund of the UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs/OCHA Ukraine, residents of Sviatohirsk, Donetsk region, have received 390 tons of solid fuel from the charitable organization.
In total, 390 households have received assistance from ADRA Ukraine in the form of fuel briquettes, the lists were formed in cooperation with local authorities.
WFP and ADRA have already sent 42,000 electronic certificates to residents of the Kherson community for purchases at ATB and Silpo stores
Evacuation trips from Kherson to safer regions of Ukraine continue
Residents of Kyiv region have received financial assistance for restoration of housing from ADRA Ukraine
The charitable organization has provided financial assistance to the residents of such cities as Hostomel, Bucha, such villages as Ozera, Andriivka, and Moshchun, Kyiv region, to restore housing damaged as a result of hostilities. Within the framework of the project, funds in the amount of UAH 60,000 have already been received by the owners of 23 households. The total amount
Free evacuation trips from Zaporizhzhia continue to be carried out
Charitable organization ADRA Ukraine provides transport assistance in the form of free evacuation trips from Zaporizhzhia. It is also possible to evacuate people with reduced mobility, the elderly and people with disabilities by ambulance.
Transport assistance is provided within the framework of Lifesaving Evacuation, Assistance and Protection project with the support of the Canadian government.
Please, note that the organization also provides the
ADRA Ukraine has installed a heating system in a shelter for IDPs in Cherkasy region
ADRA Ukraine has handed over generators for the needs of shelters for IDPs and a medical facility
The organization has provided four institutions with generators, namely: a shelter in Chernivtsi region, where internally displaced persons from the Eastern part of Ukraine live, a shelter in Ivano-Frankivsk region, where IDPs also live and humanitarian aid is provided, as well as a medical and social center in Chernivtsi.
Thanks to the assistance received, institutions will be able to work continuously
Stories of people that ADRA Ukraine team hears every day
Thousands of people in need, thousands of stories we come across as we support people. And with the permission of these people, we share these stories with readers.
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Iryna remembers very well the morning of February 24, 2022. At 5 a.m. she woke up in Izium from a phone call, it was her daughter who was in Kharkiv at
Residents of Dnipropetrovsk region have received building materials for restoration of housing damaged as a result of hostilities
Within the framework of the project, with the support of the Ukraine Humanitarian Fund, 58 households in Marianske village will receive housing restoration assistance in the form of building materials. Some of the materials have already been delivered and handed over to household owners. Construction works will be carried out with the assistance of local authorities in cooperation with the
ADRA Ukraine has provided internally displaced persons in Poltava and Odesa with sets of warm clothes
Within the framework of the project, with the support of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Germany and ADRA Germany, sets of warm clothes have been distributed to internally displaced persons living in Poltava and Odesa. The sets that included sleeping bags, warm blankets, thermoses and flashlights, were provided to the most vulnerable categories of people, including people with disabilities
Provision of social transportation to critical infrastructure in Donetsk region continues
ADRA Ukraine provides transport assistance in the form of free transportation of people who live in cities and towns of Donetsk region where there is a difficult humanitarian and transport situation. Residents of the region have access to critical infrastructure (medical facilities, banks, grocery stores, government institutions, post offices, etc.) in other settlements. Assistance is provided within the framework of
The implementation of the project on provision of financial assistance with the support of the Canadian Foodgrains Bank is ongoing
Partners of ADRA Ukraine continue to provide financial assistance to people affected by hostilities on the territory of Ukraine. In particular, the Canadian project CARE with the support of the Canadian Foodgrains Bank has provided assistance to 14,198 people, of whom 9,662 have already received UAH 6,660 each.
The most vulnerable categories of the population in Kharkiv, Luhansk, Donetsk, Zaporizhzhia, Kherson
The second stage of provision of financial assistance within the framework of the project “Delivery of Food Assistance and NFIs to Ukraine (DFANU)” is coming to an end
With the support of ADRA Sweden @adrasweden, the project is implemented in order to provide financial assistance to the population of Ukraine affected by hostilities in Kherson, Kharkiv, Donetsk, Luhansk
Residents of the frontline regions and IDPs have received sleeping bags from partners from Japan
ADRA Ukraine continues to provide assistance to shelters where internally displaced persons live and provide necessary conditions for their comfortable stay. Thanks to the support of partners of KOA Corporation, the charitable organization has donated 720 sleeping bags for the needs of residents of Ukraine who suffered as a result of hostilities, including residents of Donetsk, Zaporizhzhia, Dnipropetrovsk regions, as well