On September 1st, the damaged housing restoration and winterization project implemented by ADRA Ukraine with the support of the Ukraine Humanitarian Fund (UHF), which operates under the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs / OCHA Ukraine, was completed. More than 5,000 people in Kyiv, Kharkiv, Donetsk, Dnipro and Zaporizhzhia Кegions received assistance.
During the project implementation, ADRA’s team provided various types of assistance to people. For example, almost 700 tons of fuel briquettes were delivered to the Sviatohirsk community and the city of Toretsk, Donetsk Region, as part of the winterization activity.
Families whose homes were damaged as a result of the hostilities were issued 334 certificates for the purchase of construction materials (the cost of the certificate was UAH 43,500 and 91,000 depending on the type of repair).
More than 300 households in frontline and liberated communities of Donetsk, Kharkiv and Dnipro Regions received assistance in form of replacement of damaged windows and doors, as well as in form of construction materials for housing repair.
Building front and roof repairs were carried out in 15 apartment buildings in the Bucha and Irpin communities of Kyiv Region.
Repair operations were carried out and construction materials were delivered to 13 shelters for IDPs in Kharkiv, Dnipro, Irpin, Pavlohrad, Pokrovsk and Zaporizhzhia.
To equip heating centers in Donetsk, Kharkiv, Dnipro, and Kyiv Regions, we delivered 19 generators, 19 bullion stoves, and other equipment.
During the project implementation, our team paid special attention to helping IDPs and people with disabilities.
At the moment, ADRA Ukraine is taking all the necessary measures to continue helping citizens to restore housing damaged by the hostilities, as well as to prepare for the winter of 2023-2024.