Categories: NewsPublished On: 08.02.2024

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On February 7, the Office of the Ukrainian Parliament Commissioner for Human Rights signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the Adventist Development and Relief Agency in Ukraine (ADRA Ukraine). The MoU provides for consolidation of efforts to protect the rights and liberties of citizens and provide humanitarian aid to Ukrainians affected by the war.

ADRA Ukraine is a part of the international ADRA network, which supports vulnerable populations in over 130 countries. Since the start of the full-scale invasion, ADRA Ukraine, with the support of its international partners, has been providing humanitarian aid to vulnerable groups, such as internally displaced persons, orphans, children from orphanages and shelters, hospital patients, people with disabilities, and elderly people, including people in the frontline areas. Our organization helps with evacuation, provides food, financial, psychological, legal and other types of assistance.

“Ukrainians are going through a difficult period in their lives and need support, so we will cooperate to be more helpful to people,” the Ombudsman’s Office says.

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